Paddleboarding Whiskey Creek

I was in Ft. Lauderdale for work and had lots of off time to explore the area. Anticipating my free time, I borrowed someone's inflatable paddleboard while traveling and took it to Whiskey Creek. This waterway flows through Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park in Dania Beach, FL.
Whiskey Creek is a tidal waterway which splits barrier island that the state park is located on in half. I launched the paddleboard at a boat ramp very close to where Whiskey Creek meets the Intercoastal Waterway.
Soon after setting out on the trip down Whiskey Creek, I took a detour through some mangrove tunnels before reaching a dead end and returned to the main creek.
Whiskey Creek was mostly occupied by kayaks and paddleboards, but there was a couple sections with motorboat traffic.
Other than the sections with boats, the area was mostly natural, lined with mangroves and forests on both sides of the river.
There were also plenty of nice beaches to stop at to pause and go for a swim in Whiskey Creek.
At the opposite end of Whiskey Creek from where I launched the paddleboard, it exited the state park into a marina with lots of boats before rejoining up with the Intercoastal Waterway. It was here that I turned around and made the return paddle to my initial starting point where I was parked. On the way back, I did make a pitstop to find a Geocache.
Whiskey Creek was a fun paddle. It was very different from the inland rivers and lakes that I'm more used to exploring. For a timelapse view of the adventure, take a look at this video: