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Kayak to Kingsley Plantation


Sep 18, 2012
10:00 am


We will meet at Alimacani Boat Ramp on Ft. George Island to paddle with the tide to Kingsley Plantation, part of the Timucuan Preserve. This stretch of the waterway is home to lots of wading birds and marine life. We’ll take some time to explore this historic site, discovering some of NE Florida’s rich early history.

We’ll then return with the tide, taking time to swim at one of the lovely beaches on our route back. Please have all your gear unloaded by 10AM; we’ll be on the water at 10:15!

Total distance: about 3 ½ miles. Total time: 3-4 hours. No fees. No kids or pets.

Bring: Kayak, Paddle, PFD, Whistle, Water, Lunch, Sunscreen, Insect Spray. PFD: MUST BE WORN, FASTENED, AT ALL TIMES DURING PADDLE.

LIMIT: 10. YOU MUST RSVP on MeetUp to attend this outing!

Contact Information:

Northeast Florida Group
Sharon: sharonsugden@att.net


NEAR: Jacksonville

DIRECTIONS: Alimacani Boat Ramp, 11080 Heckscher Dr, JAX 32226. From I-295, take Heckscher Drive (SR 105/EXIT 41) north about 11 miles to boat ramp. ½ mile north of Huguenot Park, turn RIGHT before the bridge at the boat ramp sign. You’ll drive under the bridge to the parking area.

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