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Titi Cree is a small,meandering tanin-colored stream south east of Crestview. It is a creek that looses itself in the woods and cypress swamps before reaching the Shoal. A portion of the paddle is on the Eglin Reservation which requires an Eglin pass.

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Lots of cypress
Titi bush
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 Date: 6/13/2009
Rating: Trip Rating
 Miles: 8Photos: 32 
(Titi Creek and Shoal River) Unlike other Eglin creeks, the Titi has a dark tannin color. With few places to take out and banks along the creek, trees and bushes line both sides. Titi flows through trees just before it reaches the Shoal River. Take out is 4 miles down the Shoal.

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 Date: 10/18/2008
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 Miles: 7.9Photos: 33 
(Titi Creek and Shoal River) A club paddle met at Interstate 10 Exit 56 Hardees and shuttled to Titi Creek put in and paddled back to SR85 at Shoal River take out. Requires a $10 annual Eglin Pass.

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 Date: 5/15/2008
Rating: Trip Rating
 Miles: 7.3Photos: 5 
Titi Cree is a small,meandering tanin-colored stream south east of Crestview. It is a creek that looses itself in the woods and cypress swamps before reaching the Shoal. A portion of the paddle is on the Eglin Reservation which requires an Eglin pass.

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admin on 6/16/2009 5:38am
Greg - outstanding what you did for that little puppy at the take-out. You are a big hearted guy!

Everyone else - See GPAX trip report on 6/13/09
paddlesolo on 10/20/2008 3:32pm
What a colorful description of the shade of water on the Titi paddle "Titi Creek is a shallow, sand bottomed clear creek with an iced tea tint." Are you sure you teach math? Maybe you should teach creative writing!
Unknown on 5/16/2008 9:35pm

During better conditions one will meet power boats on the Shoal River



Let's hear it for "worse" conditions.


Location by paddlesolo, last updated on 6/16/2009.
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