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Beautiful Daytona Beach, FL Waterfront Homes for Sale

Florida's warm and sunny climate attracts more than just tourists, retirees and baseball teams in the springtime. People from all walks of life come to the Sunshine State for its attractive weather, high job growth rate, lack of personal income tax and relatively low cost of waterfront homes for sale. All of these factors and more help to make Florida one of the nation’s fastest growing states. Hundreds of miles of scenic coastline, Disney World, and the natural beauty of the Everglades all help to make tourism Florida's leading industry.

Agriculture is also big business and the state is the number one citrus producer in the United States. Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa are the three largest cities, and Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Daytona Beach are particulary popular with many thousands of waterfront houses for sale. In fact, Florida beaches, whether quiet and secluded or bustling with activity, are ranked among the best in the country for beauty, accessibility and facilities. Families, couples, and active singles enjoy year-round sunshine, soft sand, and clear Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean waters. No other state and very few countries can boast such an abundance of high-quality beaches. The 825 miles of sandy coastline fronting the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico or the Straits of Florida are among Florida’s most valuable natural resources.

Florida’s beaches have attracted 14 million people to the state, 75% of which live within ten miles of the coast. Both tourists and residents come to the beaches to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of its natural beauty. Others visit the beaches and nearby waters to engage in boating, fishing, diving, and other recreation. Florida's beaches are an integral part of the state's economy, attracting tourists from around the world. Beach tourism generates about $15 billion a year to the state’s economy

Additionally, Florida is blessed with over 1,700 rivers, 40 of them major ones.  Within the 7,700 lakes is the 2nd largest freshwater lake in the United States, Lake Okeechobee, at 700 square miles

Florida ranks low in terms of the tax burden placed on residents. Based on income, property and other state and local tax collections, the Tax Foundation research organization ranks Florida among the lowest tax states -- only five states have a lower tax burden. Florida has no state Income tax.

Why Live in Florida?

  1. Warm Weather: With the exception of Hawaii, Florida is one of the warmest places in the United States in winter.
  2. No State Income Tax: There is no personal income tax in Florida, and don't forget to ask about the homestead tax exemptions.
  3. Theme Parks & Attractions: Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens, Sea World...they are all in Florida.
  4. Boating & Fishing: Fishing season in Florida is all year long. Florida has its share of world record catches and more than its share of fish altogether. If you like to fish, saltwater or freshwater, this is the place.
  5. Sandy Beaches: Florida has a 1,197 mile coastline with 2,276 miles of tidal shoreline and 663 miles of beaches.
  6. Vacation Lifestyle: Waterfront home iving in Florida is like being on vacation all year long. If you feel the urge to explore, you can easily visit the local destinations as well as hop on a cruise to the nearby Bahamas and all of the Caribbean.
  7. Excellent Healthcare: Those concerned about top-notch healthcare will find that since Florida is a major retirement area, some of the best medical centers in the nation are here, with some of the latest technology and treatment programs available.
  8. Housing Affordability: When the housing market bubble burst, Florida was one of the hardest hit states as a result of overbuilding and high unemployment. But things have quickly improved in Florida. The Florida housing market has largely recovered, and according to recent data, home prices are rising and the inventory of homes is declining. Just search USAWaterviews to find many waterfront homes for sale.

Florida Geography:

·         Total Area - 58,560 Square Miles

·         Land Area - 54,252 Square Miles

·         Total Water Area - 4,308 Square Miles

·         Length North to South - 447 Miles

·         Width East to West - 361 Miles

·         Distance from Pensacola to Key West - 792 Miles by Road

·         Highest Natural Point - 345 Feet near Lakewood in Walton County

·         Geographic Center - 12 miles northwest of Brooksville, Hernando County

·         Coastline - 1,197 Statute Miles

·         Tidal Shoreline - 2,276 Statute Miles

·         Beaches - 663 Miles

·         Florida has more than 11,000 miles of rivers, streams & waterways

·         Longest River - St. Johns at 273 miles

·         Largest Lake - Lake Okeechobee at 700 square miles (the 2nd largest freshwater lake in the US)

·         Number of Lakes greater than 10 acres - Aprox. 7,700

·         Number of Islands Greater than 10 Acres - Aprox. 4,500 (Florida ranks 2nd in the nation; only Alaska ranks higher)

·         Population Rank - 4th in U.S. behind California, Texas & New York

·         Florida’s Population (2011) - 19,057,542

Average Annual Temperatures:

Summer:

·         80.5 (F) degrees (26.9 C) (North Florida)

·         82.7 (F) degrees (28.2 C) (South Florida)

Winter:

·         53.0 (F) degrees (11.7 C) (North Florida)

·         68.5 (F) degrees (20.3 C) (South Florida)

·         The six-month hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30 and Floridians have learned to be ready when a storm threatens the area.

Other Interesting Florida Facts

·         Number of people who move to Florida each day - 1,000

·         Number of major commercial airports - 19

·         Number of international airports - 12

·         Number of deep water ports - 14

·         Miles of sand beaches - 1,200

·         Miles of coastline - 1,800

·         Number of golf courses - more than 1,250*

*Florida has more golf courses than any other state and Palm Beach County has more golf courses than any other county in the country

Water Bodies

  • Alafia River
  • Alapaha River
  • Alaqua Bayou
  • Alligator Lake
  • Anclote River
  • Apache Lake
  • Apalachicola River
  • Arlington River
  • Ashley Lake
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • Atlantic Ocean - Banana River
  • Atlantic Ocean - Big Pine Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Blue Hole Creek
  • Atlantic Ocean - Boca Raton
  • Atlantic Ocean - Cape Canaveral
  • Atlantic Ocean - Cocoa Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Concho Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Cudjoe Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Fernandina Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Flagler Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Fort Lauderdale
  • Atlantic Ocean - Garfield Cut
  • Atlantic Ocean - Grassy Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Highland Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Hooker Cove
  • Atlantic Ocean - Hutchinson Island
  • Atlantic Ocean - Indian River - Indialantic
  • Atlantic Ocean - Intracoastal Waterway
  • Atlantic Ocean - Islamorada Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Jennings Cove
  • Atlantic Ocean - Joe's Cove
  • Atlantic Ocean - Key Largo
  • Atlantic Ocean - Key West
  • Atlantic Ocean - Little Torch Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Marathon
  • Atlantic Ocean - Merriitt Island
  • Atlantic Ocean - Negro Cove
  • Atlantic Ocean - New Smyrna Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - North Miami Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Ormond Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Palm Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Plantation Key
  • Atlantic Ocean - Pointe Vedra Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Pompano Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Port Orange
  • Atlantic Ocean - Satellite Beach
  • Atlantic Ocean - Sewall's Point
  • Atlantic Ocean - St. Augustine
  • Atlantic Ocean - Sugarloaf Key
  • Aucilla River
  • Banana River
  • Basin Bayou
  • Bass Lake
  • Bay Lake
  • Bayou Chico
  • Bayou Texar
  • Bear Creek
  • Bear Hammock Lake
  • Bedford Lake
  • Bell Lake
  • Big Bear Lake
  • Black Bear Lake
  • Black Creek
  • Black Lake
  • Blackwater Bay
  • Blackwater River
  • Blackwater River
  • Blue Bay - Gulf of Mexico
  • Blue Cypress
  • Blue Hole
  • Blue Lake
  • Blue Pond
  • Boca Ciega Bay
  • Boll Green Lake
  • Bonnet Lake
  • Boynton Canal
  • Braden River
  • Brantley Lake
  • Bream Lake
  • Brooker Creek
  • Browns Lake
  • Buchan Pond
  • Bull Creek
  • Bull Pond Lake
  • Callaway Bayou
  • Caloosahatchee River
  • Camp Creek Lake
  • Cape Coral Canal
  • Carrabelle River
  • Carter Pond
  • Cedar Creek
  • Cedar Key - oceanfront
  • Center Lake
  • Charlotte Harbor
  • Chassahowitzka River
  • Cherry Lake
  • Chipola River
  • Chipola River - Calhoun County
  • Chipola River - Jackson County
  • Choctawhatchee River
  • Church Lake
  • Cinco Bayou
  • Clapboard Creek
  • Clear Lake
  • Clearwater Lake
  • Compass Lake
  • Coral Lake
  • Corbett Estate Pond
  • Cowpen Lake
  • Crawford Lake
  • Crenshaw Lake
  • Crescent Lake
  • Crooked Lake
  • Crooked Lake
  • Cross Creek
  • Crystal Bay / Gulf Coast
  • Crystal Bowl Lake
  • Crystal Lake
  • Crystal Lake - Bradford County
  • Crystal Lake - Clay County
  • Crystal Lake - Seminole County
  • Crystal River
  • Crystal River/Gulf Coast
  • Cumbrian Lakes
  • Cypress Pond
  • Daytona Beach
  • Dead Lake
  • Dead River
  • Deep Lake
  • Deer Point Lake
  • Deer Springs Lake
  • Deerfield Beach
  • Dinner Lake
  • Doctors Lake
  • Dogwood Lake
  • Dons Bayou
  • Dora Lake
  • Dove Lake
  • Dream Pond Lake
  • Duff Lake
  • Dunford Lake
  • Dunns Creek
  • Dupont Lake
  • Dyches Lake
  • Eagle Lake
  • East Bay
  • East Bay River
  • East Lake Tohopekaliga
  • East River
  • Eau Gallie River
  • Echo Lake
  • Econfina River
  • Econlockhatchee River
  • Ella Lake
  • Escambia River
  • Estero Bay
  • Estero River
  • Fannin Bayou
  • Fischer Lake Island
  • Five Mile Lake
  • Fleming Island Lake
  • Florida Keys
  • Forest Lake
  • Gainer Bayou
  • Garden Lake
  • Georges Lake
  • Gillis Pond
  • Glisson Pond
  • Governors Creek
  • Grass Lake
  • Great Pocket Lake
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Gulf of Mexico - Apalachacola Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Apollo Beach
  • Gulf of Mexico - Bay County
  • Gulf of Mexico - Carillon Beach
  • Gulf of Mexico - Charlotte Harbor
  • Gulf of Mexico - Choctawhatchee Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Clearwater
  • Gulf of Mexico - Destin
  • Gulf of Mexico - Dona Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Escambia Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Estero Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Fort Myers
  • Gulf of Mexico - Fort Walton Beach
  • Gulf of Mexico - Inlet Beach
  • Gulf of Mexico - Marco Island
  • Gulf of Mexico - Miramar Beach
  • Gulf of Mexico - Naples
  • Gulf of Mexico - Naples
  • Gulf of Mexico - Panama City Beach
  • Gulf of Mexico - Pensacola Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Perido Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Pine Island Sound
  • Gulf of Mexico - Roberts Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Santa Rosa Sound
  • Gulf of Mexico - Sarasota Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - South Walton
  • Gulf of Mexico - St Andrews Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - St. George Sound
  • Gulf of Mexico - St. Joseph Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - St. Joseph Sound
  • Gulf of Mexico - St. Petersburg
  • Gulf of Mexico - St. Vincent Sound
  • Gulf of Mexico - Tampa Bay
  • Gulf of Mexico - Terra Ceia Bay
  • Gulf Pines Lake
  • Gum Lake
  • Haines Creek
  • Halfmoon Lake
  • Halifax River
  • Hall Lake
  • Hammock Lake
  • Hampton Lake
  • Harborage Lake
  • Harris Lake
  • Hart Lake
  • Henderson Creek
  • Henderson Lake
  • Hernando Beach - Gulf Front
  • Hickory Bay
  • Hidden Lake
  • Higginbotham Lake
  • Highland Beach
  • Highland Lakes - Lake Charlotte
  • Hillsborough River
  • Holden Pond
  • Holmes Creek
  • Homosassa River
  • Honeymoon Lake
  • Horseshoe Beach
  • Horseshoe Lake/Hammock Pond
  • Hubbard Lake
  • Hubbard Pond
  • Hudson Bayou
  • Hudson Beach
  • Ichetucknee River
  • Imperial River
  • Indian Lake
  • Indian River
  • Interconnected Canals
  • Intracoastal Waterway
  • Island Lake
  • Johns Lake
  • Johnson Lake
  • Junior Lake
  • Juniper Lake
  • King Lake
  • Kings Bay
  • Kings Lake
  • Kingsley Creek
  • Kingsley Lake
  • Kissimmee River
  • LaGrange Bayou
  • Laird Bayou
  • Lak-A-Wana Lake
  • Lakd Swatara
  • Lake Agnes
  • Lake Alfred
  • Lake Alice
  • Lake Alto
  • Lake Alyssa
  • Lake Anderson
  • Lake Anna Marie
  • Lake Annie - Polk County
  • Lake Annie - Putnam County
  • Lake Apopka
  • Lake Apthorpe
  • Lake Arbuckle
  • Lake Ariana
  • Lake Arietta
  • Lake Asbury
  • Lake Ashton
  • Lake August
  • Lake Avalon
  • Lake Beauclair
  • Lake Beresford
  • Lake Berry
  • Lake Bess
  • Lake Betty
  • Lake Bilblia
  • Lake Blanchester
  • Lake Bonny
  • Lake Bradford
  • Lake Brooklyn
  • Lake Broward
  • Lake Bryant
  • Lake Buckeye
  • Lake Buffum
  • Lake Butler
  • Lake Butler Chain of Lakes
  • Lake Cane
  • Lake Cannon
  • Lake Carlton
  • Lake Charles
  • Lake Charlotte
  • Lake Cherokee
  • Lake Chilton
  • Lake Clarke
  • Lake Clay
  • Lake Clinch
  • Lake Como
  • Lake Concord
  • Lake Conine
  • Lake Conley
  • Lake Conway
  • Lake Crescent
  • Lake Crosby
  • Lake Cummings
  • Lake Daisy
  • Lake Dalhousie
  • Lake Damon
  • Lake Deer
  • Lake Deer Back
  • Lake Deeson
  • Lake DeFuniak
  • Lake Delancy
  • Lake Denise
  • Lake Dexter
  • Lake Dianne
  • Lake Dias
  • Lake Dicie
  • Lake Dora
  • Lake Dorr
  • Lake Dosson
  • Lake Dot
  • Lake Down
  • Lake Dupont
  • Lake Easy
  • Lake Eden
  • Lake Elbert
  • Lake Elizabeth
  • Lake Ellen
  • Lake Eloise
  • Lake Emma
  • Lake Enola
  • Lake Eola
  • Lake Estes
  • Lake Eustis
  • Lake Eva
  • Lake Fairview
  • Lake Fannie
  • Lake Florence
  • Lake Florida
  • Lake Fox
  • Lake Frances
  • Lake Galilee
  • Lake Gary
  • Lake Gatlin
  • Lake Gem
  • Lake Geneva
  • Lake Gentry
  • Lake George
  • Lake George
  • Lake Gertrude
  • Lake Goodson
  • Lake Gracie
  • Lake Grandin
  • Lake Grassy
  • Lake Greenview
  • Lake Griffin
  • Lake Haines
  • Lake Hall
  • Lake Hamilton
  • Lake Harney
  • Lake Harris
  • Lake Hart
  • Lake Hartridge
  • Lake Hatchineha
  • Lake Heather
  • Lake Hendon Reserve
  • Lake Henry
  • Lake Hermosa
  • Lake Hewitt
  • Lake Hiawassee
  • Lake Hiawatha
  • Lake Higgenbotham
  • Lake Higginbothem
  • Lake Highland Park
  • Lake Holden
  • Lake Holley
  • Lake Howard
  • Lake Howell
  • Lake Huntley
  • Lake Hutchinson
  • Lake Hutchinson Clay County
  • Lake Iamonia
  • Lake Ida
  • Lake Idlewild
  • Lake Indigo
  • Lake Iola
  • Lake Irma
  • Lake Isis
  • Lake Istokpoga
  • Lake Istokpoga
  • Lake Ivanhoe
  • Lake Jackson
  • Lake Jeffords
  • Lake Jeffords
  • Lake Jennie Jewel
  • Lake Jessamine
  • Lake Jessie
  • Lake Jesup
  • Lake Jewell
  • Lake Joanna
  • Lake Joe
  • Lake Josephine
  • Lake Jovita
  • Lake Joyce
  • Lake Juliana
  • Lake June
  • Lake Juniper
  • Lake Karen
  • Lake Katherine
  • Lake Kempton
  • Lake Kennedy
  • Lake Kerr
  • Lake Keuka
  • Lake Keystone
  • Lake Killarney
  • Lake Kissimmee
  • Lake Lagonda
  • Lake Lamonia
  • Lake Lancaster
  • Lake Lapanocia
  • Lake Lena
  • Lake Letta
  • Lake Lilly
  • Lake Linda
  • Lake Link
  • Lake Lizzie
  • Lake Loch Lommond
  • Lake Lochloosa
  • Lake Lorraine
  • Lake Lotela
  • Lake Louise
  • Lake Lowery
  • Lake Lucerne
  • Lake Lucina
  • Lake Lulu
  • Lake Mable
  • Lake Maggiore
  • Lake Maharey
  • Lake Maitland
  • Lake Mamie
  • Lake Mangonia
  • Lake Mann
  • Lake Margie
  • Lake Mariam
  • Lake Marian - Osceola County
  • Lake Marian - Polk County
  • Lake Marie
  • Lake Marietta
  • Lake Markham
  • Lake Martha
  • Lake Martin
  • Lake Mary
  • Lake Mary Jane
  • Lake Mattie
  • Lake McBride
  • Lake McCleod
  • Lake McCoy
  • Lake McKasel
  • Lake McMeekin
  • Lake Melrose
  • Lake Mills
  • Lake Minnehaha
  • Lake Minnie
  • Lake Miriam
  • Lake Mirror
  • Lake Mockingbird
  • Lake Monkey Business
  • Lake Monroe
  • Lake Morris
  • Lake Munson
  • Lake Mystic
  • Lake Nan
  • Lake Nettie
  • Lake Nicotoon
  • Lake Nona
  • Lake Ocklawaha
  • Lake Okeechobee
  • Lake Ola
  • Lake Orange
  • Lake Orienta
  • Lake Orlando
  • Lake Osborne
  • Lake Osceola
  • Lake Otis
  • Lake Padgett
  • Lake Panasoffkee
  • Lake Pasadena
  • Lake Peacemaker
  • Lake Pendarvis
  • Lake Pickett
  • Lake Pierce
  • Lake Placid
  • Lake Poinsett
  • Lake Price
  • Lake Rabama
  • Lake Ray
  • Lake Reedy
  • Lake Rochelle
  • Lake Rogers
  • Lake Rosalie
  • Lake Rosemary
  • Lake Rousseau
  • Lake Rousseau
  • Lake Roy
  • Lake Ruby
  • Lake Ruth
  • Lake Saddleback
  • Lake Santa Barbara
  • Lake Sante Fe
  • Lake Saratoga
  • Lake Saunders
  • Lake Sawyer
  • Lake Saxon
  • Lake Scamper
  • Lake Sebring
  • Lake Seminole
  • Lake Sheen
  • Lake Shepard
  • Lake Shipp
  • Lake Sidney
  • Lake Sienna
  • Lake Smart
  • Lake Sparkle
  • Lake Spier
  • Lake St. Clair
  • Lake Stanley
  • Lake Starr
  • Lake Stella
  • Lake Streety
  • Lake Sue
  • Lake Sumerset
  • Lake Sunset
  • Lake Susan
  • Lake Swan
  • Lake Swatara
  • Lake Sylvan
  • Lake Tallavana
  • Lake Talquin
  • Lake Tarpon
  • Lake Tennessee
  • Lake Theresa
  • Lake Thonotosassa
  • Lake Tibet
  • Lake Tilden
  • Lake Tohopekaliga
  • Lake Tracy
  • Lake Umatilla
  • Lake Vause
  • Lake Verona
  • Lake Viola
  • Lake Virginia
  • Lake Wales
  • Lake Walk In Water
  • Lake Washington
  • Lake Waterford
  • Lake Weir
  • Lake Weldona
  • Lake Wellington
  • Lake Weohyakapka (Lake Wak-In-Water)
  • Lake West Palm Beach
  • Lake Whippoorwhill
  • Lake Whistler
  • Lake Wildmere
  • Lake Winder
  • Lake Windham
  • Lake Winnemissett
  • Lake Winnot
  • Lake Winterset
  • Lake Winyah
  • Lake Wood
  • Lake Woodward
  • Lake Worth
  • Lake Worth Intracoastal
  • Lake Wyman
  • Lake Yale
  • Lands Lake
  • Lauderdale-by-the-sea
  • Lazy Lake
  • Lehigh Lake
  • Leigh Lake
  • Leisure Lakes
  • Lemon Bay
  • Levy Bay
  • Lighthouse Point
  • Lily Lake
  • Little Clapboard Creek
  • Little Econ River
  • Little Econlockhatchee River
  • Little Harris Lake
  • Little Hickory Bay
  • Little Lake Fairview
  • Little Lake Geneva
  • Little Lake George
  • Little Lake Hamilton
  • Little Lake Harris
  • Little Lake Henderson
  • Little Lake Kerr
  • Little Lake Weir
  • Little Manatee River
  • Little Orange Lake
  • Little Red Lake
  • Little Red Water Lake
  • Little River
  • Little Roberts Pond
  • Little Santa Fe Lake
  • Little Sarasota Bay
  • Little Sawmill Lake
  • Loch Leven Lake
  • Lofton Creek
  • Long Pond Lake - Levy County
  • Long Pond Lake - Marion County
  • Longshore Lake
  • Lower Dianne Lake
  • Lower Grand Lagoon
  • Loxahatchee River
  • Loxahatchee River
  • Lynn Haven Bayou
  • Macky Bay
  • Mallet Bayou
  • Manatee Pocket Lake
  • Manatee River
  • Manatee River
  • Marco Lake
  • Marco River
  • Marsh Lake
  • Mary Lake
  • Massalina Bayou
  • Matanzas River
  • Matanzas River
  • Maule Lake
  • McGarity Lake
  • McKee Lake
  • Merritts Mill Pond
  • Mexico Beach
  • Miami River
  • Mira Lago Lake
  • Montgomery Lake
  • Moody Lake
  • Moore Pond
  • Moss Lee Lake
  • Mud River
  • Murray Bayou
  • Myakka River
  • Myrtle Lake
  • Nassau River
  • Ned Lake
  • New River
  • New River Sound
  • Newmans Lake
  • Nine Mile Creek
  • North Bay
  • North Lake Bryant
  • North New River Canal
  • North River Shores
  • Ochlocknee River
  • Ochlockonee Bay
  • Ochlockonee River
  • Ocklawaha River
  • Oleta River
  • Opal Lake
  • Open Pond
  • Orange Blossom Lake
  • Orchid Lake
  • Ortega River
  • Oyster Bay - Wakulla County
  • Pablo Creek
  • Palatlakaha River
  • Palma Sola Bay
  • Panama City Beach - Crooked Creek
  • Panama City Beach - St Andrews Bay
  • Paradise Lake
  • Peace River
  • Pearl Lake
  • Pegram Lake
  • Pen Creek
  • Perdido Bay
  • Perdido Key
  • Peters Creek
  • Phillipi River
  • Pine Hill Lake
  • Pine Log Creek
  • Piney Lake
  • Pithlachascotee River
  • Planters Pond
  • Powell Lake
  • Pretty Lake
  • Pumpkin Hill Creek
  • Punta Gorda Canal
  • Rainbow River
  • Rainbow River
  • Rattlesnake Lake
  • Red Beach Lake
  • Red Bug Lake
  • Redwater Lake
  • Reedy Lake
  • Ribault River
  • Riley Lake
  • River Lake
  • Robinson Lake
  • Rock Creek
  • Rock Lake
  • Round Lake
  • Saddlebag Lake
  • Sampson Lake
  • Sampson River
  • San Sebastian River
  • Sand Lake
  • Sanford / Orlando Spring
  • Santa Fe Lake
  • Santa Fe River
  • Santa Fe River
  • Sante Fe River - Gilchrist County
  • Sarasota Bay
  • Sawgrass Lake
  • Sears Lake
  • Sebring Lake
  • Sellers Lake
  • Shamrock Lakes
  • Shark River
  • Shelley Lake
  • Ship's Canal
  • Shirk\'s Bayou
  • Shoal River
  • Short Line Lakes
  • Sidney Lake
  • Silver Lake - Lake County
  • Silver Lake - Marion County
  • Silver Lake - Putnam County
  • Silver Lake - Seminole County
  • Silver Sands Lake
  • Skinner Lake
  • Smith Lake
  • Snake Creek
  • Sopchoppy River
  • Sopchoppy River
  • South Gulf Cove
  • South Lake
  • South Lake Talmadge
  • Spirit Lake
  • Spring Garden Lake
  • Spring Lake
  • St. Johns River
  • St. Johns River - Clay County
  • St. Johns River - Duval County
  • St. Johns River - Lake County
  • St. Johns River - Putnam County
  • St. Johns River - Seminole County
  • St. Johns River - St. Johns County
  • St. Johns River - Volusia County
  • St. Lucie River
  • St. Lucie River
  • St. Marks River
  • St. Marys River
  • St. Marys River
  • Star Lake
  • Starrett Creek
  • Station Pond
  • Steinhatchee River
  • Stillwater Lakes
  • Summer Lake
  • Summerland Key
  • Sutherland Bayou
  • Suwannee River
  • Suwannee River - Dixie County
  • Suwannee River - Gilchrest County
  • Suwannee River - Hamilton County
  • Suwannee River - Lafayette County
  • Suwannee River - Suwannee County
  • Swan Lake
  • Sykes Creek
  • Symmes Lake
  • Tarklin Bay
  • Tarpon River
  • Taupon River
  • Ten Lake
  • Thomas Creek
  • Thomas Lake
  • Timber Lake
  • Tobe Lake
  • Tolomato River
  • Tomahawk Lake
  • Tomoka Basin
  • Tomoka River
  • Tooke Lake
  • Tower Lake
  • Trout Lake
  • Trout River
  • Tsala Apopka Lake
  • Turkey Lake
  • Twin Lakes
  • Upper Goose Bayou
  • Upper Grand Lagoon
  • Valrico Lake
  • Victoria Lake
  • Vivian Lake
  • Waccasassa River
  • Wacissa River
  • Wakulla River
  • Walden Lake
  • Waldena Lake
  • Ward Lake
  • Waters Lake
  • Watson Bayou
  • Weeki Wachee River
  • Wekiva River
  • West Bay Lake
  • West Crooked Lake
  • Wetappo Creek
  • White Sands Lake
  • Williams Bayou
  • Withlacoochee River
  • Wolf Lake

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