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Scenic Trail and Parking area closed: Scenic Trail is currently closed due to flooding, heavy rains over the last week led to major flooding at the Scenic Drive nature trail and parking area.  The Park Rangers will be...
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Black Rail Trail closed at State Road 52: Black Rail Trail is currently closed due to unsafe conditions. The heavy equipment used in suppression of a recent wildfire damaged the trail and made some area impassable.  Repairs are on hold...
Salt Springs Inlet from the Gulf of Mexico
Hammock along Salt Springs Run
Springs Run
Salt Marsh
Springs Paddle Trail
Cow Key
Mangroves
Salt Springs Inlet west to the Gulf of Mexico
Martime Hammock at Werner-Bocyce
Run between Cauldron and Salt Springs
Salt Marsh
Springs Paddle Trail
Cow Key
Mangroves

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Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park

Welcome to Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park

Visitors can enjoy fishing and paddling the inlets and bayous that wander through the salt marsh. The Salt Spring looks small, but it is an amazing 320 feet deep. Gray fox, gopher tortoises, and dolphins call this park and its waters home. Birdwatchers can enjoy sighting raptors, wading birds, shore birds, and migratory songbirds. Although this park protects four miles of pristine coastline along the Gulf of Mexico in western Pasco County, due to the mangroves lining the shoreline we have no beaches or swimming area. Werner-Boyce now has a total of three areas open to the public: Scenic Drive Trail Head at 10333 Scenic Drive, Port Richey which contains a picnic pavilion, tables, informational kiosk, and a short hiking trail (corner of Cinema and Scenic).

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