Choose from Four Options
- $18 for a three to four hour kayak trip on the Santa Fe River for one (up to a $35 value)
- $20 for a three to four hour canoe or double-kayak trip on the Santa Fe River for two (up to a $40 value)
- $40 for a three to four hour canoe or double-kayak trip on the Santa Fe River for four (up to an $80 value)
- $30 for $60 worth of any trips or group outings, including Full Moon trips or camping
Single- or double-kayak and canoe trips set off from Santa Fe Canoe Outpost’s launch on the banks of the Santa Fe River before completing a 6-mile round trip or up to a 7-mile down-river trip. Guests are equipped with paddles and life jackets, and children younger than 12 are free.
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.
97% of 149 customers recommend
“The man renting out the kayaks was not very personable, did not even bother to brush all the dirt caked on the top and sides of the kayaks, so we got muddied just by...”
“The man renting out the kayaks was not very personable, did not even bother to brush all the dirt caked on the top and sides of the kayaks, so we got muddied just by sitting in them. The young guy who picked up up, however, was very friendly and seemed interested in our excursion. The trip itself was very enjoyable.”
“Get ready for a fun and relaxing time. Good people!”
“Bring your camera,for great pics.”