Located off of Hwy. 87, south of Milton and north of Navarre, Boiling Creek is lined with towering old-growth cypress trees, and an abundance of flora, including water lilies, pitcher plants, water lotus and spatterdocks. The water is clear, and colorful underwater grasses rippling below can be easily viewed as you meander down the slow moving creek.
We will meet at The intersection of Range Road 211 and Hwy. 87. We will put in at RR 213 and Little Boiling. The first half mile may require dragging kayaks through a jungle/swamp depending on water levels. Afterwards it will be clear floating. NOTE, THE DIRT ROAD TO THE TAKEOUT IS BAD. DEEP RUTS AND HEAVY SAND; HIGH CLEARANCE ALL WHEEL OR FOUR WHEEL DRIVE MAY BE REQUIRED. CARS RUN THE RISK OF GETTING STUCK ON THIS ROAD AND WE CANNOT SAY WE WOULD BE ABLE TO PULL YOU OUT, YOU MAY HAVE TO HIRE A TOW SERVICE.
Tim Crews is the event host 850-826-3605 and he will be happy to answer any of your questions.
Eglin Recreation Permit Required! See Message Board on instructions to obtain one.