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Blackwater Creek (Lake County, Florida)

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Blackwater Creek is an approximately 19 mile riverine feature in Florida. The creek flows from Lake Norris and has a confluence with the Wekiva River near where it in turn flows into the St. Johns River.[1][2] The upper sections of Black Creek are traversed by kayak and canoe.[3] Other sections a difficult to navigate due to snags.

The area was once inhabited by Timucua and Mayaca.[4]

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  1. ^ Blackwater Creek (BWC44) Watershed facts St John's River Water Management District
  2. ^ Robison, J.; Belleville, B. (2009). Along the Wekiva River. Arcadia Pub. p. 9. ISBN 9780738566023. Retrieved 2015-07-05.
  3. ^ Molloy, J.; Carter, E.; Pearce, J. (2011). Canoeing and Kayaking Florida. Menasha Ridge Press, Incorporated. ISBN 9780897327671. Retrieved 2015-07-05.
  4. ^ Along The Wekiva River page 9


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