Launch Sites

Caladesi Island Clearwater

Wether you want to yak through the Caladesi Island mangroves, or dolphin tour through Clearwater Beach beautiful spoil islands, or pull ashore for an island picnic, we have the guided kayak tour for you!

 

Bass Fishing

– Lake Tarpon – the “jewel of Pinellas County.” This lake has quietly but consistently produced high-quality largemouth Florida bass fishing for decades. Lake tarpon is one of hundreds of the many bass fishing areas we offer!!!  

Weeki Wachee River

Weeki Wachee is an enchanted spring and the deepest naturally formed spring in the United States with manatees and other wildlife to encounter. Manatees are occasionally called sea cows, as they are slow plant-eaters and peaceful animals. 


Cooper's Bayou

Cooper’s Bayou, an oasis in Safety Harbor, is a nature lovers dream. The Bayou is a sheltered,tidally influenced body of water that is lined with mangroves and rich in biodiversity. A number of fish and shorebirds here such as egrets, herons, manatee and stingrays have all been known to frequent the area. 

There are many mangrove trails,  tunnels and a bridge leading from Cooper's Bayou to Old Tampa Bay.  


Weedon Island Preserve

Situated in Old Tampa Bay, Weedon Island Preserve is approximately 3,100 acres of natural habitats. This trail meanders through mangroves and seagrass flats and between islands of the preserve and along the edge of Tampa Bay.  Expect to see a variety of wading and shorebirds including egret, roseate spoonbills, white ibis and the wood stork, a species listed as endangered in the State of Florida.  Other State-listed species that rely on the Preserve include the bald eagle (threatened) and the West Indian Manatee (endangered).

Come experience “A Place To Remember.”




Three Sisters Springs

Kayaking through Crystal River to the famous Three Sisters Springs. See manatees and other wild life. once we've reached our destination jump in and snorkel into the springs where there's always a good chance of getting up close and personal with a manatee.