Kayak St Augustine
Reservations ~ phone 904-315-8442
“Best trip Ever!”
Dolphins & turtles everywhere! Our guide David was very knowledgeable of St. Augustine history. It was a wonderful day, we were able to frolic on the edge of the state park for a nice break. Our 8 year old had a blast as did my husband and I, would definitely recommend, did I mention we were up close & personal with several dolphins, hard to top that, I got it on video!
Beginner and Family Friendly Guided
Anastasia State Park Eco Tour
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No experience necessary for this paddle. After a friendly and informative tutorial, your guide will fit you with a kayak and gear, and a wonderful paddle experience.This tour begins at the St Augustine Lighthouse Park and down into the Beautiful Anastasia State Park. This is an easy paddle in the Salt Run. Although there is no guarantee, Dolphins, Stingrays, Sea Turtles, Manatees and a vast array of marsh birds may all be seen here. Mornings are best to experience wildlife and calm winds and waters.
Public Group Tour Price
We operate this tour with tandem/2 person kayaks, and the price is $50.00 per person for adults and $35.00 for kids 12 & under + tax.
We also offer, as an option Solo/Single kayaks for this tour if you would prefer not to paddle a tandem or if you have an odd # group. The price for this solo kayak option is $60.00 per person/kayak + tax. Please be sure and check this option if you book online or tell us if you RSVP by phone.
Kids 12 & under must ride in a tandem kayak with an adult.
Our guides are great so please don’t forget them.
Gratuity is not included in the price.
This tour begins at the St Augustine lighthouse park boat ramp. Lighthouse Park is located adjacent to Salt Run with the St. Augustine Lighthouse standing as the landmark for the area, on Anastasia Island.
Meet us at our office under the cedar tree, on the beach north of the boat ramp. we will be wearing baby blue/turquoise shirts
Everyday at 9:00 a.m.
Mornings are best and with less chance of wind and weather tour cancellations. We understand that 9:00 a.m. may a bit early for some folks, however getting on the water early, makes for a much more pleasurable paddle with usually, low or no winds. We ask that you arrive 15 minute early for the tutorial and to sign necessary paper work.
What to bring
Wet shoes or shoes that can get wet, Hat, Sun Block, snacks, camera, extra change of clothes, additional bottled water, and a happy face. We will supply one bottle of water per person, bring more should you so desire.
Duration – about 2 hours
Distance – about 2.5 miles