Cedar Key, Florida is an amazing place that reminds us of how Florida used to be. A quaint fishing fishing village at the end of a 24 mile long road that dead ends in the Gulf of Mexico. The kayaking here is eclectic but mostly island hopping and "back bay" paddling.
Your daily paddles take place in various locations that will change dependant on the winds and tides. Some of the places that you may explore include the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge, Lower Suwannee National Wildlife and the Wacasassa Bay State Preserve. The Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge is the star of this trip. It offers everything from mud flats paddling to beachcombing on sandy beaches. While paddling “the keys” you’ll most likely see eagles, ospreys and potentially dolphins frolicking alongside your boat. In the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge you'll put-in near the Shell Mound: an interesting ancient Indian site that you can explore via interpretive signs and trails.
All paddling equipment is provided.