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River #41 Chassahowitzka

The Chaas, referred to my the locals, was incredible! As glampers, we stayed at the Chassahowitzka River Campground. Upon entry, it’s a welcoming and well shaded campground with lots of spots for rv’s and tent campers alike. There’s a well maintained bathhouse, laundry, clubhouse, playground and small dog park area. Right on property but also open to the public, is a well stocked general store and outpost with high volume of kayak rentals for folks to enjoy the Seven Sisters Spring for the day. Of course, we bring our little bass buggy suntracker and found the boat ramp to be easy to use though we had to drive back to leave our truck at the campsite. Side note, talk about human traffic! In the summer, this is quite the spot and with the water and landscape so stunning it’s easy to see why.

Overall, the Tillery tally gives this campground full campfire rating for its amenities, cleanliness and location. If only we could have been allowed to leave the boat in the water, it’d be unbeatable.

Though it was the magic in the water that impressed us most. On our second day out in the water, it’s as if we crossed into a must all sea turtle utopian universe. Here’s the podcast:

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