Davenport Landing

Salt Springs, FL
Teddy R.
Teddy R.

Deep in the floodplain forest along the Ocklawaha River, Davenport Landing is a former steamboat stop along this twisting, winding waterway. Three primitive campsites provide a stop for paddlers working their way along the river. The community of Salt Springs is to the south, with groceries, gas, and hardware. Palatka, a small city and county seat of Putnam County, is to the north. Both are along SR 19. Restrictions: Limit 15 people (5 per campsite). Remember to remove all garbage and trash, "pack it in, pack it out".

River / Stream

Amenities (Offered on site)

Tents Allowed

Site Exclusive Activities (Offered on site)



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This is not an actual reservation other campers are open to stay at this location.