We came down for a day to explore Miami but we're not really city people and were really glad to get away from all the people. A canoe for the three of us was perfect, with plenty of inlets well worth exploring. It was very peaceful and serene. We thought we'd be here for the minimum hour and a half but ended up staying for 2 1/2. I noticed there were no prices on previous reviews-- it costs $6 to get into the state park, and then a single-person kayak is $22 for 1.5 hr, a 2-person kayak (tandem) is $32, a canoe is $36, and an upright paddle boat is $36. Prices go up $6 to use it for two hours, and then an additional $12 for 3 hours. They charge you at the end, in case you decide to stay on the water longer. There are mountain bikes to rent too but I didn't look for prices for those. We thought it was well worth it.