Kayaking in Palatka


Four-Hour Kayak Rental or One-Hour Standup Paddleboard Lesson and Tour from All Wet Sports (Up to 50% Off)

All Wet Sports

South Side

Paddleboards meander through scenic Big Pottsburg Creek, with instructors giving safety and paddling tips as kayakers take off on their own

$40.19 $20

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One-Hour Kayak Rental and Drink for Two or Four from Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill (Up to 51% Off)

Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill

Port Orange

After working up an appetite on the water, head back to shore for a drink at the fully stocked sports bar

$60 $29

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Two-Hour Kayaking or Paddleboat Excursion for Two, Four, or Six from Sunshine Ranch (Up to 62% Off)

SunShine Ranch

SunShine Ranch

Pairs or groups of up to six can paddle down St John’s River for two leisurely hours with rented kayaks and paddleboats

$138 $55

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Hiking or Kayaking Sunday Tour for Two or Four at Amelia Island Adventures (Up to 61% Off)

Amelia Island Adventures

Lofton Creek Camp Ground

Expert guides lead kayaking or hiking tours of creeks, waterways, or islands

$140 $55

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One- or Two-Hour Kayak or Paddleboard Rentals for One or Two at Buena Vista WaterSports (Up to 52% Off)

Buena Vista Watersports

Lake Bryan

One- and two-seater kayaks; easy-to-navigate paddleboards; region teeming with Florida birds and a variety of natural wildlife

$25 $14

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SUP Rental for Two or Kayak Rental for Two or Four at Calema Windsurfing and Watersports (46% Off)

Calema Windsurfing and Watersports

Kelly Park

Spend three hours on the waters of the Banana River atop a standup paddleboard or a single or tandem kayak

$70 $38

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Two-Hour Kayaking Tour for One, Two, or Four from Island Time Kayaking (Up to 58% Off)

Island Time Kayaking

Merritt Island

On tours along the sparkling waters of Indian River, guests may see dolphins and manatees before stopping for walks along island beaches

$29.99 $15

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  • A Cruising Down the River
    Captain Erika's roots go deep into Florida's water. Her family has lived in the state since the early 19th century, and she started fishing on the river when she was only 3 years old. That passion for the water carried over into adulthood, and to date she has more than three decades of experience as a tour guide. Nowadays, Captain Erika runs A Cruising Down the River. She leads tours aboard her pontoon boat, which she pilots down the Ocklawaha River. Along the way, she points out some of the area's wildlife and hidden features.
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    Eureka West Boat Ramp on the Ocklawaha River
    Ft. Mc Coy, FL US
  • St. Augustine Kayak Company
    The goal of the knowledgeable guides at White Ibis Tours is to get you out on the water, no matter the season. Their signature pontoon tours and kayak trips are designed to highlight the area?s unique ecology and sites, including the Bridge of Lions, the Castillo de San Marcos, and Shell Mound Bluff. For those who wish to map out their own journeys, the business rents sit-on-top and sit-inside kayaks in both tandem and single models.
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    442 Ocean Vista Ave.
    St. Augustine, FL US
  • Action Kayak Adventures
    On father-son fishing trips, Bart Swab?s dad taught him not only how to cast his line but also how to treat the aquatic ecosystem surrounding him with respect. Now a licensed and insured guide, Swab helps other fisherman appreciate the open water?s beauty, helming kayak trips through Florida?s pristine saltwater marshes. After arming prospective kayakers with safety tips and familiarizing them with their fishing equipment, Swab guides lead paddlers into the water. They maintain a 3-inch draft that allows students in kayaks to sneak up on fish without having to glue sequins to their skin to look like scales. Kayakers can also gaze through binoculars at the diverse fauna roaming the area?s shores. Trips range from a half day to a full day, and for a more structured route, participants can opt for destination trips to seasonal hot spots, where they can search out fish such as black drum, sheepshead, and tarpon.
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    2913 North 6th Street
    St Augustine, FL US
  • Cast and Cruise Boat and Sport
    Nestled amid a tangle of scenic tributaries and the boundless Intracoastal Waterway, Cast and Cruise Boat and Sport furnishes adventurers with the requisite vessels for nautical exploration. Setting out from the Vilano boat ramp, kayakers can paddle along the gentle cerulean waves, spotting the pods of dolphins, flocks of seabirds, and the manatee dance troupes that inhabit the area. Those who prefer to sightsee from a higher vantage point and prefer distance from the salty spray can take the motorized reins of a sprawling pontoon boat replete with drink coolers, a radio, and sunny or shaded seating for up to 14 people.
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    107 Yacht Club Dr
    Saint Augustine, FL US
  • Ripple Effect Kayaking Ecotours
    The educated and certified guides at Ripple Effect Ecotours not only lead ecotours, but educate tour-goers, too. Teaching a Florida Master Naturalist class, guides specialize in informing visitors about the region's coastal ecology. Visitors can experience these coastal habitats, which serve as the homes for many species of wildlife, marine life, and birds. Paddling through the waterways, kayak tours give participants a chance to quietly explore the nature that surrounds them, exploring in groups of up to three.
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    101 Tolstoy Lane
    St. Augustine, FL US
  • Santa Fe Canoe Outpost
    With an inventory of canoes and kayaks?as well as a choice launch point on the banks of the Santa Fe River?Santa Fe Canoe Outpost is a starting point for a wide range of aquatic day trips. There are adventures of varying length, from the 7-mile down-river trip to Rum Island to multi-day canoe camping trips to the furthest destination, 39 miles away. Gliding down the river, paddlers may spy some of Florida's famous springs, including the Poe, Devil's Eye, or Lilly, or can peer back at nocturnal wildlife on one of the monthly Full Moon trips. At the conclusion of each outing, a Canoe Outpost team member arrives to safely transport both guests and vessels back to home base.
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    21410 NW Hwy. 441
    High Springs, FL US
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