There are lots of ways to get up-close and personal with the St. Johns River: airboats, flying boats, houseboats,
kayaks and scuba diving. Our film expedition team has done all of that, and more. Explore with us the river's history,
natural resources and people.
Our intrepid team of filmmakers and scientists traveled from the mouth of the
St. Johns River, near Jacksonville,
headwaters in an Everglades-like marsh.
Follow the adventure!
From filmmakers to scientists, fishing guides to gardeners, people from all walks of
life are working to protect the St. Johns River. Hear, in their voices, why this river matters.
The St. Johns River is an American Heritage River. Take this interactive tour to
experience its riverscape and diverse wildlife, including bald eagles, manatees, stingrays, largemouth bass
Discover the rich history of human contact with the St. Johns River, from Paleo-Indians
to Spanish explorers, from steamboat tourists to railroad titans, from drainage canal builders to river restorers.