First time for our children kayaking. The tour guide, Bruce, provided short lesson which was great. We saw many birds and learned about their habitats. It was a super trip.
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Did the 1 pm paddle with our 10 yr old daughters and my mom who is in her 70s. Hannah our guide was very good and helpful with getting into boats and taking photos. It was hot but there was a breeze and we got...More
Did the sunset paddle led by Bruce with a couple and their two kids. Bruce pointed out tons of stuff like the mussel beds holding the marsh areas together, ospreys, egrets, great blue herons, diamond back turtles and told us lots about the bay, the...More
Every year we come back. My family enjoys kayaking and SUPing here. The bay is shallow and its not overcrowded. There is even a small beach for the non water people like me to hang out on while they enjoy the water.
We took the morning guided tour with one child and two teenagers. We shared two double kayaks. Equipment was in good condition, and we had a useful introductory talk before getting going. Scenery was fantastic: we paddled around the bay and into two marshes. We...More
This is a great little business. We went for the moonlight cruise last year and a quick rental this year. Last year's outing was with 2other couples and one of the other women swamped. The guide was quick to help her try to get back...More
My 13-year old son and I went on a wonderful guided tour of the bay and marsh fields by the James Farm Ecological Preserve. We came within 30 feet of a pod of dolphins, turtles peaked up at us, tiny fish jumped around us and...More
Steve really made the trip worthwhile. We were in the assawomen canal which is not where they usually go. Our two kids took to it really well. Steve had me kneel until I was comfortable enough to stand which I finally did halfway through. He...More
Very good kayaking experience especially for the novice. It cost $35.00 for an hour for a double kayak. You will see rays,small turtles and seabirds along the way. To get to the beach is about a 10 minute walk down a dirt, wooded path. No...More
Went on a "blue Moon" kayaking trip in the Assawoman wild life refuge. Thw guide was wonderful and patient. We enjoyed every moment of the trip. Very patient with first time kayakers and let more experienced paddlers do what they needed to do.