All Paddling

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    Banana River Park

    This park is situated on the beautiful inter-coastal river. The park has easy SUP/Kayak launch access (free). The best paddling route to see fish (reds, trout, sheepshead, stingrays, etc.) is to go north along the mangrove/shoreline. Another great spot is to head to the island (west) and go past it read more

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    Thousand Islands

    This is a great and protected area for paddling around mangrove islands. You can spend many days here exploring. There are many types of birds to see (Egrets, Herons, Ospreys, Eagles, Ibis, Pelicans, etc.), as well as alligators and fish (redfish, sea trout, sheep head, etc.). There’s plenty of parking read more

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    Wekiva Springs State Park

    The ultimate Old Florida kayaking experience. There’s a small fee to get in the park, but it’s well worth it. The water is clear and you’ lol see plenty of wild life, I.e., turtles, alligators, small fish and birds. The Park has canoe and kayak rentals.

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    Grant — Indian River Islands

    A great place to launch your paddleboards is at the John Jorgensen Landing Boat Ramp right off of Hwy. 1. There is plenty of parking and boat ramps that are free to the public. Once in the water, paddle directly to the eastern islands and explore away. On the day read more

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    Kelly Park

    This park is very paddleboard friendly with a sand beach and a boating ramp to launch from and free. The visibility is good since it’s usually calm in the morning and very shallow for about 15 feet out from the shore. I went paddle boarding in November and saw the read more