I was a little iffy for this being the first time my husband and daughter (7) had been kayaking. From the moment we arrived, the staff was very helpful. We did not make a reservation and were lucky to get one. Make a reservation! The scenery is beautiful. It is very peaceful. We were able to see several fish, birds, one snake, three or four large swimming turtles, and one young manatee at the end. We passed other small boats, wave runners, and kayakers. Everyone was very respectful of space and would greet each other. Water Patrol officers were out and were also friendly. A few camps along the way had even decorated there back decks and some played music for the passerby's. There are signs along the path that keep you on the right path. Water current makes it easy for traveling so you can rest when tired. At the end the tied was high, not much of a current the last half mile. Lots of trees. I got caught up on a fallen tree. I needed to be pushed out. And my husband for some reason always ended up in a tree. This caused for much laughter and great memories. When we arrived to the end of our adventure, the staff was there to greet us and help us to the van awaiting. We had to wait a few minutes to see if any other kayakers would arrive. Our driver was very friendly and pointed out some good places to visit in the area. I have to say that this was a very nice activity. We fell in love with the area and appreciate the beauty. We can not wait to go back.
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