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Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park, Port Richey

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  • I love visiting state parks and this one was beautiful. Quiet and very relaxing, you must visit when in the area.  more »
  • Great tour of the "new" park .. Lots of interested folks. Totally looking forward to the opening of an official kayak output & tours.  more »
  • We wanted to try something different we always drove by but never stopped so we decided to stop and we will for sure go back its beautiful.  more »
  • I would walk the trails before the new improvements to this park. Two weeks ago my husband and I took our two dogs along with us and we were surprised there was a small, intimate picnic table. We enjoyed our picnic by the water. Saw quite a few people kayaking in the water, people walking the trails as we enjoyed the beauty of this park. Everyone we came across were super friendly people. Others were there walking their dogs as well. The little library in the front of the park. If you choose a book please replace with another. Let's be Pasco Proud and treasure the nature around us. Please pick up your trash. $3.00 parking fee is 100% worth it. I hope this helps you. I know I'm addicted to this park.
  • Trails are beautiful, you can see wildlife. Spotted an eagle's nest on one trail. Picnic tables and some shared books to read. Fishing is allowed, seems to be an abundance of mullet fish? Not sure I got the name right. Some mosquitoes, especially on the shadiest parts. Nice benches to sit, especially on the water under a tree, a good spot to sit and contemplate life. Only reason it's not 5 stars is that the trails are short.
  • The state has some nerve calling this a Springs State Park. It's a muddy marsh with trails that lead to fences, parking lots and absolutely no where. There MIGHT be 4 places to see water and that's mud. No signage telling you what spring you're headed for, no direction whatsoever. It's basically like stopping on the side of the road and going for a walk. The best part about this place was leaving!
  • nice park i just wish the park off of cinema drive would get done i was tje the grand opeining and ince then it has been forgotten the trail is nice but only half a mile
  • Enjoyed an informational 'first hike' on 1/1/17. Hike was led by one of the park rangers. In the past I have found it to be a nice place to be alone in nature, yesterday's First Hike enticed many to be there. The park was full of people. Be advised: there are no 'restrooms', only 'port-a-potties' on site. Currently, I would say this is not an ADA accessible place.