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You can kayak about 3 miles up a slow-moving river and float back down. The river is not very deep. There are a lot of Manatee living in the river, There are numerous sea birds and Osprey that are hanging out in the trees along...More
November is low season, so I was not even sure if the place was open, but it turned out to be great. I came about 10 am and in a few minutes I had a kayak some some tips. Basically the idea is to paddle...More
We were trying to find a fun family activity to do on July 4th. I called a few other places as I have a child with special needs and had a few questions. The other place I called was cold and not interested in having...More
Decided to go with a friend last minute for a day trip, so called them at 9am when they opened and she held a canoe for us. Check in was quick. We didn't need it, but don't expect any instruction (I guess unless you ask)....More
The people were friendly, the canoe had better days but floated fine and seat pads were provided. The river entrance was right there so easy in and out. Going into the side channels provided sightings of alligators. Saw 2 manatees - one that disappeared when...More
a group of us did two kayak tours down the Wakullah River in February. The guide, Tommy, was terrific, and Jackie answered every question we had, made sure we had the correct kayaks, and even helped pull us old fogies out of the kayaks at...More
If you love to canoe or kayak check out the Wakulla River south of Tallahassee, Florida. Nature lovers will be in their element on the river. We found TNT Hideaway on line as we were looking to rent two sit inside kayaks and one canoe....More