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Kayak, Paddle Board, and Canoe Trips & Rentals

Our sister companies Wekiva Outfitters and Econ Outfitters let you choose from our fleet of watercraft rentals to explore the waterways of the Econ­lock­hatchee River, Wekiva River, and St. Johns River. We bring your rental to a designated drop-off location of your choice.
The Wekiva River
Beginning just north of Kelly Park in Apopka, crystal-clear Rock Springs Run winds its way swiftly downstream about 8 miles to join the spring run flowing out of Wekiwa Springs State Park, thus creating the Wekiva River. The Wekiva River (note spelling difference for the state park and river) continues northapproximately 15 miles to the St. Johns River. A mixture of swift and placid water offers a frequent change of pace. Traveling through sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, hammocks and swamps, paddlers can see a varietyof wildlife, including river otters and sometimes black bears. Numerous islands, tributaries and lagoonsprovide opportunities for side trips and camping.
The Econlockhatchee River
Flowing past unmarred forests, including the Little Big Econ State Forest, paddlers can see a diverse array of wildlife, including sandhill cranes, bald eagles, ospreys, hawks, wading birds, wood storks, roseate spoonbills, waterfowl, shorebirds, deer, turkey and sometimes black bear. The Muscogee name for the river means “River of Many Mounds,” named for the multitude of Indian mounds found along this waterway. The second largest tributary of the storied St. Johns River, this delightful black water stream is narrow in places and canopied by cypress and Sabal palm.

Included With Rental

Boats, paddles, life jackets, and a shuttle to and from one of our several designated locations.
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