Welaka Park
Title:
Welaka Park
Welaka Florida (FL), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is one of the finest moss covered oak groves in all Florida. The trees are festooned with long streamers of the gray Spanish Moss. The public park of the picturesque little town of Welaka, beside the St. Johns River. At this point the Ocklawaha River empties into the St. Johns.


A Tropical Home
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A Tropical Home
Welaka Florida (FL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-29



River Bend
Title:
River Bend
Welaka Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
viewing Ocala National Forest; The modern resort on the historic St. John's River and Little Lake George; Large 1 & 2 Bdrm. villas; 54 slip dock ramp; tennis; pool; T.V.; Call: 904-467-2900; Write: P.O. Box 190


River Bend
Title:
River Bend
Welaka Florida (FL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Viewing Ocala National Forest the modern resort on the historic St. John's River and little Lake George. Large 1 & 2 Bdrm. Villas • 54 Slip dock Ramp • Tennis • Pool • T. V.



Shell Harbor
Title:
Shell Harbor
Welaka Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Shell Harbor is locate on the picturesque St. Johns River 15 miles south of Palatka. Dock facilities, restaurant, air-conditioned multiple and single unit cottages, swimming pool, loading ramp - all this plus the finest service on the river await you at Shell Harbor.


Shell Harbor
Title:
Shell Harbor
Welaka Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1972



Glimpse of the St. Johns River Showing Government Steamer Fish Hawk
Title:
Glimpse of the St. Johns River Showing Government Steamer Fish Hawk
Welaka Florida (FL), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Ocklawaha River empties into the larger St. Johns, opposite the picturesque little town of Welaka, after flowing through the most unique scenery of Florida for 250 miles. The view shows the steamer Fishhawk of the United States Fish Commission at Welaka Wharf.


Sportsman's Lodge, Inc.
Title:
Sportsman's Lodge, Inc.
Welake Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1966 Feb-2

Description:
Down where the intriguing Ocklawaha joins the historic St. Johns river and near Lake George, world's largest black bass spawning bed. Located on US Highway 17 and State Highway 309. Phone 467-2322. Dexter Press, Inc.



St. Johns River from Welaka Park
Title:
St. Johns River from Welaka Park
Welaka Florida (FL), Divided Back PM 1917 Jan-23

Description:
Opposite the picturesque little town of Welaka the Ocklawaha River empties into the larger St. Johns, which is here at its grandest beauty. Welaka Park has the finest moss covered oak groves in all Florida, an example of which appears in this view




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