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Kayak, Canoe, Paddle Trails

Informative articles about the best Florida kayaking trails, canoe trails, paddle trails, coastal trails, river trails, spring runs, wildlife paddles, wilderness rivers, wilderness paddling.

Biscayne National Park: 7 reasons to explore a Miami treasure

You need a boat to see most of Biscayne National Park, east of Homestead. About 95 percent of its 172,971 acres are underwater. Fortunately, if you don’t have a boat, there are a variety of experiences available to visitors including snorkeling outings and boat tours to islands.

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Outdoor adventures near Orlando theme parks: See the real Florida when visiting Disney 

We know what the big draw is in Orlando, and it’s not nature. But it should be! Even if your main destination is a theme park, here are eight natural experiences and places that would make memorable additions to a visit to Central Florida

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Kayaking Blue Cypress Lake: Exceptional scenery, so many ospreys, near Yeehaw Junction

Chances are, you’ve never heard of Blue Cypress Lake near Yeehaw Junction. If that’s so, you’re missing a spectacular natural lake rimmed by old growth cypress trees and home to hundreds of ospreys and osprey nests. This lake is the headwaters of the mighty St. Johns River. What a great kayak destination!

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