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Lake George

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770 Nine Mile Point Road, Astor, FL
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Lake George

Second largest lake in Florida. Fantastic sunset. Silver Glen is a must see. Part of the St.Johns... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Gainesville, Florida
via mobile
Nice place to spend the day

a lot of parking for vehicle and boat trailers nice boat ramp restrooms. Good area for family to... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Fernandina Beach, Florida
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“point road” (2 reviews)
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770 Nine Mile Point Road, Astor, FL
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Second largest lake in Florida. Fantastic sunset. Silver Glen is a must see. Part of the St.Johns River This river runs south to north. You can see lots of wildlife, birds, gators, deer. Fishing is very good

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Reviewed 3 May 2017

a lot of parking for vehicle and boat trailers nice boat ramp restrooms. Good area for family to eat and fish

Thank Andyga410
Reviewed 13 April 2017

My husband recently purchased a pontoon boat so we decided to trailer it from Orlando to Deland-launch and take an adventure up the St. John's River. Spectacular! The water is beautiful and the wildlife abundant. Fish jumping and bird soaring-what a wonderful ride up to...More

1  Thank Sheldon464
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

We rented a pontoon boat and cruised the St. John's River and Lake George. We saw hundreds of birds. Many turtles. And quite a few gators.

1  Thank Bethany H
Reviewed 17 January 2017

any time spent on the water is great, but when you can do it in January its awesome! put in at the Pine Island resort on east side of lake(big mistake) fished drop offs and edge of grass beds with a swim bait and had...More

1  Thank Gregg M
Reviewed 29 November 2016

I saw bald eagles, ospreys, fish -- even a few alligators. Great way to spend a few hours communing with nature. Only downside is that it seems to be a hangout for people who want to drink and party, so better to get there early...More

2  Thank belgobabe
Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

Beautiful place. I 💘 it!! More like an ocean to me. Lots of nature's wild life all over. Alligators of course, turtles, manatees, and bald eagles. With the st. John's river running right through it, it is an awesome place. Bring the 💘 of your...More

2  Thank Lucy R
Reviewed 14 October 2016

This is a wonderful lake for fishing or just boating. Leads over to the Springs where the water is so clear and cold but lots of fun to anchor and swim. The only negative is that it can become very, very rough when the wind...More

2  Thank Sandra2321-01
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Fishing. boating and all the rest you would expect.Public Fishing pier and quiet picnic area at the end of Nine Mile Point Road. All nine miles of bumpy graded dirt but worth the reward at the end. St John's River enters at the south end...More

1  Thank darl64
Reviewed 12 May 2016 via mobile

The lake is large enough you need to keep an eye on the weather. Water averaged around 5-12 ft. but it is advisable to follow channel markers of you are unfamiliar with the lake. Thee are commercial fishermen using long nets so pay attention to...More

1  Thank Randyclements
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Connie C
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Response from bloodymaryjn | Reviewed this property |
We used to catch crabs off our dock..The water is partly salt (brackish) and we have caught all kinds of ocean critters. We always use chicken necks.We used a net to scoop them with, but our neighbors used traps. From the... More