Check into our Paddle
Florida Lite option
if you don't have time for an entire week
on the river. You can sign up at a daily
rate for up to four days during any of
our week-long trips. See the details
pages for more information.
Watch this video from VISIT FLORIDA blogger Kevin Mims, then read what he has to say about Paddle Florida in his VISIT
Watch more of our
Paddle Florida videos for
a look at some of the adventures on
Florida's scenic rivers. We have some
great stories of previous trips to
whet your enthusiasm for a river trip.
More information and interactive maps
of the routes are on pages specific
to each paddling adventure.
rate on our week-long trips! If your group or company would
like to make Paddle Florida a retreat with
five or more people, please click
"group retreats" on the menu
item to the left and take $50 off the full
registration price for each paddler (sorry, not
available on the Keys or St Johns/Wekiva trips).
Paddle Florida is held in cooperation
with the Florida Park Service and other
organizations dedicated to preserving
and sharing nature's Florida, and through
partnerships with both the public and private
out the nightly entertainment "'round
the campfires" each evening, planned
exclusively for Paddle Florida campers.
Join us for the camaraderie and
the thrill of paddling Florida's wild
and scenic rivers.
Paddle Florida . . . and go with the flow.
Paddle Florida, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized to support canoeing and kayaking in Florida. Events in each of Florida's five water management districts expose paddlers to Florida's natural beauty and rich cultural heritage while promoting water conservation, wildlife preservation, springs restoration and waterways protection. Paddle Florida also seeks to promote Florida as an international destination for nature-based tourism. Trips feature Florida's most scenic rivers, canoe trails and coastal environments, including the Florida Keys and the Suwannee, Wekiva, St. Johns, Ochlockonee, Peace, Withlacoochee and Rainbow Rivers.
Paddle Florida staff members scout trips in advance to ensure waterway conditions and shoreline camping sites maximize comfort and showcase nature's best view. Meal plans and gear shuttling eliminate the need to weigh boats down with food and camping equipment. Florida-based entertainment or educational programming is provided each evening by artists, musicians and naturalists local to the region. Partnerships with local outfitters provide paddlers with canoes, kayaks and other gear to rent as needed. With this level of support, paddlers of all ages and skill levels can see and experience the REAL Florida.