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  Amelia Island


- Marsh Paddle: through Spatina
Marsh, the most productive
ecosystem on the planet.

- Bar Hopping: Low tide trek
through a shallow cove where
it's common to see many
migratory birds feeding

Kingsley Plantation: Navigate
the Fort George River to gain
a keen historical perspective
into plantation life of the
old south.

Special Kayak Trips including:
Moonlight Paddle, Yoga Paddle,
Sunset Paddle, and  Park Ranger Paddle on Sunday mornings.

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Kayak Amelia
Tours & Rentals


Your "human powered adventure"
explores the pristine inland waters
in and around Amelia and Talbot
Seasoned guides provide amazing insights into this delicate
eco-system of shellfish, migratory
birds and other natural wonders.


For easy paddling, guided trips are determined by the tide and current
 of that day. Trips include about 30 minutes of prep with a stop for
 a break midway. Kayak Amelia
uses only sit-inside craft
 for maximum comfort,
but you will never
feel trapped.



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13030 Heckscher Drive
 Jacksonville FL 32226

from Amelia Island
- go South on A1A past Amelia Island Plantation (heading toward Jacksonville), over bridge, go 4 miles, turn Right at Kayak Amelia sign
from Jacksonville
- go north on Heckscher Drive, pass ferry and Hugeont Park, 1/2 mile past Little Talbot Island State Park turn Left at Kayak Amelia sign