scalloping, fishing, pet friendly, Fanning Spring, Gulf of Mexico, Big Bend, Kayak, Canoe, Pontoon, hotel, motel, rooms, non smoking, RV, pool, Inn, Sea Hag, fishing tournament, sunset, view of water, river view, Steinhatchee Scroll


There is so much to see and do! 

Nearby Attractions & Activities

Big Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail

One of the longest and wildest publicly-owned coastal wetlands in the United States, you will find an array of bird and marine life. Flocks of white pelicans often zoom past in winter and great egrets dot marsh expanses, white as snowflakes. Bald eagles and ospreys entertain with their aerial maneuvers, and in the often clear waters, one can spot crabs, fishes, sea turtles, manatees, cannonball jellyfish and small sharks and rays.

Outdoor Adventures!

Recreation opportunities for the avid hunter, paddler and birder abound. The Big Bend Wildlife Management Area provides numerous areas for hunting opportunities and seasons for archery, muzzleloader and modern gun hunting.

Boating & Ramps

Local area boat ramps include the new Steinhatchee launch with three ramps, located on Hwy 51 (Riverside) just east of Roy’s Restaurant.  The daily fee is $5.00.  (An annual pass may be purchased online from the Taylor County Tax Collector for much less than the daily cost.)

The Jena launch has a double ramp. No launch fees.  Located at the end of Hwy 358 approximately 1 mile from Steinhatchee Bridge, Jena side of River.

Rocky Creek launch, no fee. Located out Hwy 361 to 459 St. Right turn, to the end of the road. Caution, this creek may be hazardous, especially at low tide. This is a small craft launch.  New ramp with floating dock.

First Avenue launch.  No fee. Located at the end of First Avenue, east off Hwy 51 just north of the Post Office. This is a small craft launch.

GuestCentric - Hotel website & booking technology