Lake Rousseau in West Central Florida
Lake Rousseau in West Central Florida is a man-made 3,657-acre lake. Three counties surround Lake Rousseau. Levy County and Inglis to the North. Citrus County and Crystal River to the South. Dunnellon and Marion County bounds the North East. The Rainbow River and Withlacoochee Rivers feed Lake Rousseau with millions of gallons of fresh oxygenated water each day. Rousseau is primarily a Bass fishing lake because of the abundance of vegetation and natural cover. Big Bass like this stumpy lake and so do a large variety of other freshwater species. The old Withlacoochee River channel cuts through Lake Rousseau to the Inglis Dam and Cross Florida Barge Canal. Fishing is good year-round on Lake Rousseau and the Withlacoochee River backwaters. Come try your luck and have some fun.
While visiting Lake Rousseau and for some strange reason you got tired of fishing, there are a lot of other activities to enjoy that are really close. The Rainbow River in Dunnellon Florida is great for canoeing or kayaking. Dunnellon, Inglis, and Crystal River offer restaurants, shopping, Manatee tours, diving, snorkeling, boating, and swimming.
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping clean waters ways. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit for our non-profit organization? Donations are welcome.
Seeing a need for an energetic, nonprofit organization in this area, we strive to provide sensible solutions to obtain clean water quality through restoration, advocacy, and education. Donations help support our work for clean and healthy water
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. Using data-driven models, we provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference.
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Through this book, we are raising funds in support of keeping clean and healthy waters in the surroundings.
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Lake Rousseau Restoration
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