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Testimonials

"Thank you so much for having my Kaleb Wildman Caire along with you guys!! He had a wonderful time even still raving about it with family today! Merry Christmas and thanks again!!..."



Stacie Caire

Adventure Kayak Florida

500 Wonderwood Dr
Jacksonville, FL 32233

(904) 404-6177

info@adventurekayakflorida.com


Beach Walks

Eco-Tour Beach Walks at Hanna Park


Lead by Gary “Hawk” Anderson, our eco-tour beach walks at Hanna Park are a unique opportunity to explore a “living beach” that is never the same every day.  Learn about the waves, the wind, the sun, the unique “magic sand”, the animals and plants that live in, on or visit the beach. 

Change is constant here, day & night.  So, put on your favorite beach hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses and prepare to discover a world that you may never knew existed.
   

Gary “Hawk” Anderson is a certified coastal geologist and “soft” rock specialist.  He has designed and managed coastal projects that involved restoring and enhancing the beaches and wetlands in Florida for more than 20 years.  Before coming to Florida, he was the Director for the Virginia Public Beach Commission.  He became resident of Jacksonville after Hurricane Opal hit the Panhandle in 1995.  Hawk was the field foreman and designer for dune restoration, planting over 1 million sea oats plants and restoring and replacing beach walkovers in all the counties in the Panhandle.

Eco-Tour Beach Walks at Hanna Park


Lead by Gary “Hawk” Anderson, our eco-tour beach walks at Hanna Park are a unique opportunity to explore a “living beach” that is never the same every day.  Learn about the waves, the wind, the sun, the unique “magic sand”, the animals and plants that live in, on or visit the beach. 

Change is constant here, day & night.  So, put on your favorite beach hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses and prepare to discover a world that you may never knew existed.
   

Gary “Hawk” Anderson is a certified coastal geologist and “soft” rock specialist.  He has designed and managed coastal projects that involved restoring and enhancing the beaches and wetlands in Florida for more than 20 years.  Before coming to Florida, he was the Director for the Virginia Public Beach Commission.  He became resident of Jacksonville after Hurricane Opal hit the Panhandle in 1995.  Hawk was the field foreman and designer for dune restoration, planting over 1 million sea oats plants and restoring and replacing beach walkovers in all the counties in the Panhandle.

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