Guana River kayaking GTMNERR | First Coast OutfittersKayaking Blog by Joe Crespi
Every year from October through February, the Guana Six mile preserve closes for duck hunting, but it is OK because makes us get excited about opening day! It is one of the most beautiful and historical places to visit; especially now through May, before it gets too hot!
With ten miles of winding tributaries and intimate waterways to explore, the Guana Lake portion of the GTMNERR is one of the most unique environments on the east coast of Florida. This amazing ecosystem offers extraordinary views of â€śRealâ€ť Florida wildlife in their wild habitat.
Â If any of you reading this post have ever taken a class with me in the past, you know that I often mention the word â€śefficiencyâ€ť. Itâ€™s probably the last thing you want to hear when your trying to escape the office, or the daily grind of life, and just want to go for a […]Tagged: East Florida Kayaking, Guana River kayaking GTMNERR, kayak amelia, Kayaking Techniques, Northeast Florida Kayaking | Comments: None Kayaking Blog by Joe Crespi
Eco Tourism in Jacksonville, Residence who are drawn to downtown, People utilizing the St. John’s River for human powered vessels! OH MY! This must be a conspiracy. Funny, how one unintentional act may lead you to a purpose. Last month Joe and I were invited to a Jacksonville Vision meeting, looking at improving paddling access […]Tagged: East Florida Kayaking, Guana River kayaking GTMNERR, Jacksonville kayaking, kayak amelia, Kayaking Techniques, Kayaking tours, Local Kayaking News, Northeast Florida Kayaking | Comments: None Blog, Kayaking Blog by Joe Crespi
Get Outside Enjoy the fall in Northeast Florida By Rachel Austin Now that the summer is ending, what will you be doing outdoors this fall? With the change of seasons comes a change in the rhythm of outdoor recreational opportunities in our area. We are fortunate to live in an area with so many natural […]Tagged: Guana River kayaking GTMNERR, Jacksonville kayaking, kayak amelia, kayak jacksonville, Kayak Notes, Kayaking tours, kayakst.augustine, Local Kayaking News, Northeast Florida Kayaking, St.Augustine kayak tors, Timucuan Preserve | Comments: None