So Many Places to Float Your Boat, so Many Different Kinds of Water.

No matter which Citrus County aquatic activity you choose, an understanding of the day’s tides and water conditions will help you make the most of it. Use these helpful links when planning your day. A good place to start is the University of South Carolina’s tide charts for Citrus County, which include historical data and much more:

  • Johns Island, Chassahowitzka Bay 28.6917° N, 82.6383° W View Map
  • Chassahowitzka River, FL 28.7150° N, 82.5767° W View map
  • Mason Creek, Homosassa Bay 28.7617° N, 82.6383° W View Map
  • Halls River Bridge, Homosassa River 28.8000° N, 82.6033° W View Map
  • Ozello 28.8250° N, 82.6583° W View Map
  • Crystal River, Kings Bay 28.8983° N, 82.5983° W View Map
  • Crystal River, Twin Rivers Marina 28.9050° N, 82.6383° W View Map

These sites also provide valuable information on water conditions in Citrus County:

  • Mobile Geographics: Mason Creek, Homosassa Bay Kings Bay, Crystal River
  • The University of South Florida has frequent updates on current conditions.
Birding Boat Tours

1801 NW Hwy 19, Suite 455
Crystal River, Florida 34428

Aquatic Activities
releasing fish into the water

Hooked on Florida Fishing

A New World of Beauty

girl snorkeling for scallops

Scalloping in Summertime