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The most popular kayak trip of the Amelia Island area! Our guided tour of this black water creek is a beautiful way to experience the nature of the real Florida. Perfect for beginners yet a gorgeous paddle for even the experienced kayaker, you will be guided through a forested black water tributary of Amelia Island, teeming with wildlife, flora and fauna. Experience easy, calm, lush botanical beauty while kayaking this popular black water creek (near Amelia Island) on this 2-hour guided tour. As you paddle the placid waters, view botanical black creek, fish jumping, and birds singing in the overhead canopy of Southern Live Oak and Cypress. The gentle waters are great for beginners. Kayak, paddle, and life vest are included!
Go out on the water for a fun-filled self-guided kayak tour of Amelia Island Area. Get an easy-to-navigate route ahead of time, and jump in your kayak to paddle out around the island. As you cruise, spot wildlife native to the area.
Paddle Northeast Florida's most popular kayak trip with the safest and most professional outfitters in the area. Lofton Creek is scenic and suitable for all ages and experience levels. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced paddler, Lofton Creek's flora and fauna always create a memorable experience. You won't miss a thing as the region's most experienced interpretive guides help you spot interesting plants, trees and wildlife while helping you polish up your kayaking skills.
The Lofton Creek Kayak Tour is perfect for paddlers of any level, including children and beginners. It’s an intimate nature experience in which participants can expect to get up close and personal with turtles, alligators, snakes, otters, and occasionally, manatees. The terrestrial nature of the forest attracts pileated woodpeckers, red shoulder hawks, and the curious anhinga, sometimes referred to as the “water turkey.” The protected makeup of Lofton Creek means paddling here is “weather resistant” to tumultuous coastal conditions. A south-bound paddle on Lofton Creek provides picturesque marsh views, whereas a north-bound paddle is a more remote, forested experience. The Lofton Creek Kayak Tour is a guaranteed good time for everyone in your group!
Lofton Creek is the area's most popular and scenic trip. Paddlers of all skill levels will enjoy this trip for the abundant plant and wildlife year-round. With no way of getting lost, paddlers can confidently paddle as far as they'd like before returning to the boat ramp. Lofton Creek is sheltered from the wind by trees and is the only trip in the area that is unaffected by wind.