Who Are We

KRVSA – Kissimmee River Valley Sportsman’s Association – began in 1988. KRVSA formed when Kissimmee Chain of Lakes (KCOL) lakefront property owners were regularly having recreational boaters arrested for trespassing on KCOL wetlands. Our founders believed we were within our rights to navigate upon these sovereign submerged lands and contiguous waterways. We filed suit – KRVSA v. Robert McNamara. This lawsuit wound its way through the entirety of Florida’s court system and the Florida Supreme Court sided with KRVSA. This court ruling became the foundation for Florida Water Law and the Public’s Right of Access, on motorized vessels –  to Florida’s Sovereign Submerged Wetlands and to Federal Navigable Waterways – and it has been the case law that allowed access to many other contested wetlands – like Fisheating Creek.

Our association diligently worked towards the goal of uncontested access to public uplands and wetlands since our beginning. KRVSA is made up of Families, Men and Women, who are working to protect our rights as Sportsman to keep our waterways navigable in Florida. We are a Conservation minded group, our efforts have been rewarded and acknowledged by Boat US and by the Florida Wildlife Federation. In fact, KRVSA has earned FWF’s “Conservation Organization of the Year” 3 times. KRVSA member actively participates in numerous KCOL Clean Ups where we have removed many tons of debris, trash, and derelict vessels. We regularly participate in Project Eagle which removes garbage from the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes. We participate in Keep Polk County Beautiful, Tampa Bay Watch’s Derelict Crab Trap Removal efforts and have long ago adopted a section of Camp Mack Road.

We are involved on a regular basis with the South Florida Water Management District and area Law Enforcement agencies to lobby for our mutual interests & navigation rights. Among our activities are the construction of safe haven shelters like KRVSA’s Pavillion at Miles Point on Lake Kissimmee and Macnamarra Landing at Shady Oaks Public Recreation Area.

Win this Polaris
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2020 Polaris 1000 Platinum Crew

You can buy tickets for the following prices:
$20: 1 Ticket, $100: 6 Tickets, $200: 12 Tickets + 1 year membership + chance at a Henry .30-.30 rifle.


Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 9AM-2PM EST

Coleman Landing at Shady Oaks
1450 Shady Oak Dr, Lake Wales, FL 33898

TICKET DRAWING AT Coleman Landing at Shady Oaks, Lake Wales FL ON FEBRUARY 27th 2021


Come out and celebrate our airboat freedom with a great lunch at KRVSA Miles Pavillion followed by the drawing of the winning ticket. $20: 1 Ticket, $100: 6 Tickets, $200: 12 Tickets + 1 year membership + chance at a Henry .30-.30 rifle.

2020 Polaris 1000 Platinum Crew. 30″ Tires and Rims. High Lifter Kit, custom aluminium trailer by Chris Hunter at Custom Airboat Trailers. Custom aluminium top with powder coating by Gill Manufacturing.

You do not have to be present to win. Sales tax, plates, title transfer will be the responsibility of the winner. Drawing to be held February 27th, 2021 Miles Point Pavilion on Lake Kissimmee. No purchase or contribution is necessary to participate. All proceeds go to KRVSA, P.O. Box 1299, Dundee, Fl. 33838.