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A walk down the beach at Guana


Jun 14, 2008


We’ll have an easy two-hour beach walk along one of the most pristine beaches in Florida. We’ll meet at 9 a.m. in the north parking area of Guana, on AIA approximately 10 miles south of the intersection of Butler Boulevard and AIA.

Please bring water, sun tan lotion, a hat , and your swimsuit, and lunch if you want to lunch on the beach. After the walk you can, if you wish, visit the Environmental Education Center of Guana, about 7 miles to the south, and see their great environmental exhibits and also see a 1 p.m. nature movie at the Center called “Crash: A Tale of Two Species”. Children are welcome.

There is a $3 entrance fee to the beach and a $2 entrance fee to the Center. No reservations are necessary. Leader: Brian Paradise.

Contact Information:

Northeast Florida Group
Brian Paradise


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