title: Boggy Creek Airboat Rides
html_text: In 1994, owners Chris and Margie Long established Boggy Creek Airboat Rides with a single, six-passenger vessel. Recently, their company celebrated its 20th anniversary, and their fleet has grown to more than a dozen boats, and the business has whisked more than one million passengers through Orlando's nearby wetlands. From two locations, Boggy Creek's fan-propelled watercrafts launch into the Florida Everglades, exploring the swampy habitats of gators, turtles, eagles, exotic birds, and exiled Frankensteins. Four different tours offer varied experiences, including a night ride, during which participants observe red-eyed gators prowling for prey. US Coast Guard–certified captains helm every ride, which are safe for explorers of all ages—even infants
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Hitting some rough seas in your life? Take some time to unwind on one of the many lovely boats at Chuck's Guide Service in Winter Garden.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Cypress trees sway in the breeze, lush tropical vegetation soaks up the sunshine, and white sandy beaches glisten nearby as Watersports at Little Harbor's rental jet skis, paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, and pontoons tote adventurers across the waters of Tampa Bay. The Key West–style resort allows families and friends to glimpse local wildlife as they skim scenic shorelines and chase picturesque settings at an aquatic reservoir as vast and secluded as Bigfoot's bathtub. The resort's alighted tiki torches and palm trees that border its tiki bar and pavilion attract groups for company picnics or private events such as weddings and parties, during which revelers can partake in watersports, dance to reggae, or watch a fire-dancing show.
After spending their youths on the sea sailing, water skiing, and fishing, Cynthia and Jay realized they were in very real danger of spending their adult lives behind the desks of corporate jobs. So, when they got the chance to re-immerse themselves in the aquatic world by buying an inland marina at Lake Fairview, they jumped at it.
Today, they and their team of certified instructors lead sailing experiences on that glassy blue expanse and rent a wide assortment of seafaring vessels. They pile visitors in pontoon boats, two-person pedal boats, kayaks, and sail boats to navigate the lake for on-water picnics and fishing expeditions. Should renters get hooked on the experience, the staff can happily help them purchase new and used sailboats, fishing boats, runabouts, and ski boats. For land-based celebrations, their tiki hut-style gazebo, complete with a panoramic view of the lakeshore, accommodates guests during company retreats, birthdays, and lake monster sting operations.
A competitive rowing club for male and female high school students, North Orlando Rowing prepares athletes age 12 to 18 for competition against scholastic and club teams across the Southeast. Open to any student whose school doesn't already provide a rowing program, the club competes year-round with
seasonal competition in the spring, summer, and fall. Fitness benefits aside, North Orlando Rowing offers youngsters a chance to gain discipline, learn about teamwork, and earn college scholarships. The club's annual summer camps also give prospective rowers opportunities to try the sport, and—if they enjoy it—eventually join the team and start finding ways to row everywhere in life.