Dunn's Creek

Dunn's Creek


Location:13 miles south of Palatka on US 17 between Pomona Park and Satsuma.
Facilities:Picnic tables, trails.
Activities:Hiking, biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:A new addition to Florida's state park system, Dunn's Creek is located south of a sharp bend in the Saint Johns River. The park's natural communities include sand dunes as well as sandhills covered with longleaf pines and wiregrass.
Address:320 Cisco Rd
Pomona Park, FL 32181

Phone:386-329-3721
Fax:386-329-3718
Web: www.floridastateparks.org/dunnscreek
Size: 6,235 acres.

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Some of his best areas to locate shrimp are Beecher Point on the north end of Little Lake George, the west side of Wilson Cove which is about one-half mile south of the Palatka Bridge, Racy and Federal Points which both lie north of Palatka and south of Riverdale, near Dunn's Creek and around Turkey Island just north of Welaka.
The only place that might be selling it is Georgia Boy's Fish Camp on pretty Dunn's Creek.
Last year we caught flounder and stingrays in Dunn's Creek. And guides on Lake George--70 miles from the mouth of the river--caught mangrove snapper for the first time in memory.
Last year the numbers were off the charts, especially in Dunn's Creek, a six-mile-long pinch point between Crescent Lake and the St.
It's not easy to find, but Georgia Boy's Fish Camp on Dunn's Creek has hooked up with what looks like a year-round supply.
Johns River in January, centering around Dunn's Creek and Crescent Lake.
It's almost expected now to catch stingrays when you're bream fishing in Dunn's Creek.
Dunn's Creek runs between the river and Crescent Lake and is as good a place as any to target them.