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Welcome to Astor
is indeed a wonderful place to visit; it is still unspoiled
and naturally beautiful. Wildlife is amazing in Astor. The
osprey is Astor's mascot bird, and you can catch them flying
overhead anytime. Other wildlife can been seen regularly...
sea otters, manatee, alligators, great blue heron, egret's,
water turkeys, sting ray and so much more.
Take a boat ride down the river and you cannot help but unwind
and relax. Look up; watch the bald eagle's majestic flight
over the beautiful trees. Drift down some winding creeks,
through silent hammocks, and crystal springs. Watch an amazing
sunset over the St. Johns River.
The St. John's River flows
north from the swamps west of Vero Beach to Jacksonville.
Traversing 310 miles, it is the longest river in Florida.
This slow moving river used to be the heart of the region.
In the 1800's settlers would come to Astor via steamboat,
most coming to Central Florida to homestead government property.
The St. John's River is high on the list for best statewide
fishing sites. It weighs in as fourth best site for catfish
and third best site for striped, sunshine, and white bass.
About 5 miles north of Astor, is Lake George. Lake George,
the second largest lake in the state is classified as a freshwater
lake but has a significant salt content. Numerous salt-water
fish and plants can thrive in its waters. The source of the
salt are massive underground deposits left from when the St
John's River Basin and the land east were part of the Atlantic
floor. You will find Lake George topping the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Commission list of Top 10 Black Bass fishing
areas. It is known for its incredible yields of trophy largemouth
Astor is centrally located
within minutes of the beaches of Daytona and Orlando area
these parks including Walt Disney World.