Tag Archives: Kayak Amelia

Kids Free November

Bring the Whole Family for Kids Free November in Jacksonville Enjoy free entry all month long at Jacksonville’s top attractions! Throughout the month of November, discover all the family fun that Jacksonville has to offer at our city’s top attractions! The best part? Kids under 12 get in FREE all month long! Now tell us that isn’t something to get excited about, much less plan a trip for. Kids Free November Details Offer valid from November 1st – November 30th, 2020 Up to 5 children ages 12 and under get FREE admission* with a paying adult Let your kids explore, …

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Little Talbot, Black Rock Beach, Naked Label, Jacksonville, FL

Neighborhood: Little Talbot Island

Discover Little & Big Talbot Islands, Two of Seven Reasons to Pack a Lunch As an undeveloped barrier island, offers maritime forests, desert-like dunes, and undisturbed salt marshes teeming with a symphony of natural sounds and Florida creatures, such as river otters, marsh rabbits, bobcats, and migratory birds taking a break from their flyways. Discovering Little Talbot is like taking a walk through nature’s cathedral and learning how to breathe again. Bring a fishing pole (and license) and hook redfish, striped bass, and flounder in a tidal puddle or shoreline. Bring a picnic in your backpack and take a rest …

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Neighborhood: Ft. George – Roll or Float Along with Kayak Amelia

Have you ever thought, “man, I would love to go off-road on a Segway but I just don’t know where to do that”? If so, I have some great news for you. Going on an off-road Segway tour is totally a thing you can do in Jacksonville! offers tours of Fort George Island two to three times a day, six to seven days a week (depending on the season and demand). We took a tour with them, and it was not only fun but informative. We met our guide, Nick, at their Segway shed just across the road from the …

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Full Moon Paddle

Paddling into the dusky night through the last rays of the sun offers two great advantages: watching the sunset over the water and participating in the vast darkness with only the moon’s reflection to guide you. The night offers new perspectives on familiar waterways, with the sounds of animals and birds filling the air, different from those heard during the day. Dolphins play during the last light of the day, while owls and night herons are just getting started. Moonlight paddles are the perfect fall adventure on the First Coast. You can take one of the moonlight tours offered by …

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fun on the water

With such an abundance of great ways to get on the water, how will you decide? The First Coast is fortunate to have highly qualified, accessible and independent recreational guides to help the novice to the expert have fun on Florida Waters. Whether you want to challenge yourself or just relax, here are some great places to get started. Self-Propelled All Wet Sports is located next to the Beach Blvd. Boat Ramp, right smack in the middle of Jacksonville. Owner Andy Fraden says that All Wet Sports is unique, “because of this magnificent creek…Big Pottsburg Creek will show you herons …

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