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Testimonials

"Dear Dennis,

On behalf of our team, I wish to thank you for supporting our Saltwater Fishing Clinic by providing youth the opportunity to kayak! We truly couldn't have asked for a better way to end our week.

As you saw during our last day of the Clinic, youth and parents alike had a..."



Natalia Hernandez, Centennial Volunteer Ambassador Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

Adventure Kayak Florida

500 Wonderwood Dr
Jacksonville, FL 32233

(904) 404-6177

info@adventurekayakflorida.com


Kayak Camping

Wilderness camping experiences in a kayak


Have you ever wondered what those hatches are in the front and rear of some sit-inside kayaks?  Well, they are for storing and keeping your gear dry, like tents, sleeping bags, and food.  You can pack enough gear in those dry hatches for a 2-3 week expedition, or a weekend camping trip.

The cost for good quality camping gear can add up fast.  Before you make an investment into expensive gear that you have no experience with, try out our equipment on one of our guided kayak camping trips.  We provide all of the equipment (and camp food) that you need to have a safe, comfortable, and fun outdoor experience.  A river guide will accompany your group to show you the way, keep an eye on everyone's safety, and show you how to kayak camp like a Pro.  

After you schedule your trip, your guide will contact you with driving directions to the launch site and instructions to prepare for your trip.

We provide: You bring:
Kayak, paddle, pfd (life jacket), whistle
Tent, sleeping pad, sleeping bag, pillow
Camp stove, fuel, flame (cig lighter/matches)
Mountain House Dehydrated Meals
Snacks
Water
Camp chair
Bug spray
Flashlight/Headlamp
Clothes (layer with non-cotton synthetic materials)
Water shoes (or old sneakers)
Sunscreen
Beverage of choice (day/evening)
Any prescription medication

Wilderness camping experiences in a kayak


Have you ever wondered what those hatches are in the front and rear of some sit-inside kayaks?  Well, they are for storing and keeping your gear dry, like tents, sleeping bags, and food.  You can pack enough gear in those dry hatches for a 2-3 week expedition, or a weekend camping trip.

The cost for good quality camping gear can add up fast.  Before you make an investment into expensive gear that you have no experience with, try out our equipment on one of our guided kayak camping trips.  We provide all of the equipment (and camp food) that you need to have a safe, comfortable, and fun outdoor experience.  A river guide will accompany your group to show you the way, keep an eye on everyone's safety, and show you how to kayak camp like a Pro.  

After you schedule your trip, your guide will contact you with driving directions to the launch site and instructions to prepare for your trip.

We provide:
Kayak, paddle, pfd (life jacket), whistle
Tent, sleeping pad, sleeping bag, pillow
Camp stove, fuel, flame (cig lighter/matches)
Mountain House Dehydrated Meals
Snacks
Water
Camp chair
Bug spray
Flashlight/Headlamp
 
You Bring:
Clothes (layer with non-cotton synthetic materials)
Water shoes (or old sneakers)
Sunscreen
Beverage of choice (day/evening)
Any prescription medication

 
 
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