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Kayaking Florida's Waters   352-504-2481

Are you looking for outdoor things to do inLeesburg and Central Florida? Kayaking near Central Florida is outstanding, relaxing and photo centric.  Relaxing your mind, body and soul.

These relaxing rivers and natural waterways are perfect for Kayakers of all ages. Whether you are looking for a fun day away or a lazy day on the water, couple that with Central Florida's native wildlife and these personal guided kayak trips are for you!

The excitement of discovering some of Central Florida's most unique areas while your personal guide, Jonathan Squires describes the details and what to look for. Bring your camera for a great photo opportunities.

Learn about Central Florida's beautiful flora and fauna along with the history of these pristine waterways. Come join us for a kayak tour filled with fun for the entire family. Being close to Orlando, Daytona and Mt Dora makes these gentle river and family fun kayaking trips a favorite; you are sure to take home some awesome memories!   Click here to see a map of Lake County lakes and rivers.

Choose A Type of Tour That Fits Your Skill Level:

- Beginner tour at a leisurely pace, learning different kayaking techniques.

Proper paddle handling, etiquette, water safety, water navigation and casual sight seeing.

- Intermediatetour at a faster pace with higher skill levels and length of time in a kayak.

- Advancedskill levels are higher due to your experience.

Avoid canoeing or kayaking alone, or at night.  Watch for motorboats. Stay to the right and turn your

bow into the wake. Prepare a “float plan.” Leave a paddling route and return time with a relative or friend. 

Secure your car and take keys with you; and remember a cell phone to call emergency personnel,

if the need arises, at 9-1-1.

Law requires persons in vessels less than 16 feet long, including canoes and kayaks, must have either a

wearable or throwable PFD (Personal Floatation Device) for every person on board.
When in a group, assign boats to be the lead and sweep. Preferably both boats should be manned by

experienced paddlers with no one in the group passing the lead boat or falling behind the sweep.
Do not approach or harass alligators, as they can be dangerous. It is illegal to feed wildlife. Please observe,

but do not disturb the wildlife.

Make mental notes as you pass trail markers — knowing the location of the closest marker will help emergency personnel should you need assistance.