Loxahatchee Canoe Trip

by  Troop4832

A self-supported trip created by Troop4832

Trip Overview

Troop 4832 will be canoeing The Loxahatchee Run!. The Loxahatchee River is an 8.5 mile waterway located near the cities of Jupiter and Hobe Sound. It was named “lowchow” (turtle) and “hatchee” (river) by the Seminole Indians. The river runs between River Bend Park and Jonathan Dickinson State Park. It is one of two National Wild and Scenic Rivers in the state, receiving the distinction in May 1985. In addition, different portions of the River and estuary are also designated as an aquatic preserve, Outstanding Florida Water and a state park.

Gear Notes

Water Shoes or shoes that can get wet Bathing Suit Waterproof case for phone (Not required) Waterproof bag (Not required) Paddle Gloves (Not required) Sun Protection Lunch/Snacks Water bottle & extra water/Gatorade Small cooler rain gear

Portage Notes

We will have multiple opportunities to swim, rest and even get some well deserved ice cream!

Trip Details

  • Trip Dates: 12/5/2020
  • Sport/Activity: Canoeing
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water

Trip Location