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What happens on Blue Cypress Lake Rd stays on Blue Cypress Lake Rd!

At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd

What happens on Blue Cypress Lake Rd stays on Blue Cypress Lake  Rd!

What happens on Blue Cypress Lake Rd stays on Blue Cypress Lake Rd.

I’ll preface this entire post with this: I  told a few people about this find and they said “ssssshhhh don’t tell anyone!”

You didn’t hear this from me!

Best place I never went!

 

I had never been to Blue Cypress Lake. This is where my maps took me.

Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Are  we there yet?
Are we there yet?
Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Blue Cypress Lake Rd

Just the ride down the road was worth the price of admission! A friend of mine told me he taught a friend to drive on this road.

At the end was a wonderful Fish camp. Not what I thought I was going to find but a precious jewel of a place. My Adventure day was fulfilled. SSSSShhhhh don’t tell anyone. You didn’t hear this from me.

At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
Middletons fish camp park
Middleton’s fish camp park
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd
At the end of Blue Cypress Lake Rd

Middleton’s fish camp park!“Primitive camping” (i.e.; no hookups) is available for tent campers and RVs, however space is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis.  There is a bathroom!

Blue Cypress Lake is the largest lake in the Treasure Coast and Indian River County. It is the headwaters lake of the St. Johns River.

The sources of water are several creeks from the south (Mudfish Slough, Padget Branch, Holman Canal, and Fisher Creek), two from the west (Trim Creek, Blue Cypress Creek), and Moonshine Bay from the North that flow into the lake. 

The lake is over 6,500 acres (26 km²) in size, 21 mi (34 km) in circumference, and has an average depth of 8 feet (2 m). The lake is 2,100 acres.  The lake’s name comes from the blue appearance of the cypress trees as the morning sun‘s rays reflect off the water

If you have not been to western Indian River County now is the time to  go!

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