Next month, Paddle
Paddle Florida, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized to promote and support paddling in Florida, as well as creating paddling events, promoting water conservation, wildlife preservation, and the restoration of springs and protection of waterways in Florida.
From March 15 to 21, Paddle
The trip begins at Ed and Bernice’s Fish Camp just below the Lake Talquin Dam. The entire route is 76 miles and averages 15 miles a day with stops at Drake Landing, Whitehead Lake Landing, Revell Landing, Log Cabin Campsite, Womack Creek and more.
Meals catered by local providers are available for an additional fee and campers will enjoy an evening program every night before turning in.
Organizers advise travelers to pack a dry bag of clothing and rain gear but say they have never had to cancel a trip due to weather during their six years of organizing boating expeditions.
In a review of last year’s Ochlocknee trip, Mim Duncan wrote the following, “Paddle Florida trips are well organized and it's so convenient to have our luggage and camping gear carried to each campsite rather than having to haul it in our kayaks. Meals are provided by caterers, so the trips are more relaxing than non-assisted trips. Paddle
The cost of trips is reasonable. Registration for adults is $300; $275 for seniors and college student and $250 for youngsters 8 to17 years of age. Children 7 and under paddle free.
The meal package is an additional $175 per person. There is a $25 per person and per boat for shuttle service to and from the boat ramps. Registration ends March 1.
You can contact Paddle