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Paddleboard Yoga Classes at Bahia Honda @ Bahia Honda State ParkWednesday, May 6, 2015 - 8:00am to 10:00am EDT
Regular park entrance fees apply.
Drop in: $50/ person, first-time rate $35 (25% off)
Multi-class packages are available
Sarah Sullivan, 305-432-14
We're very excited to announce a new partnership with Sarah Sullivan, owner and operator of Serenity Eco Therapy. Never been on a paddleboard before? It’s ok! Sarah makes learning fun & easy so that everyone feels comfortable on their stand up paddleboard (SUP) before leaving the shore. She caters to the special needs of families and disabled individuals. Please visit Serenity Eco Therapy’s website or call Sarah at (305) 432-1401 for more information.
Program location and time is subject to change based on weather conditions. Please contact the Sarah (305-432-1401) for program time, location and to reserve your board.
Guided Paddle (or Walk) @ Oscar Scherer State ParkWednesday, May 6, 2015 - 9:00am to 10:30am EDT
Canoe/kayak rentals apply to both day-use visitors and campers at $10.00 plus tax per hour.
Folks are welcome to bring their own paddling gear instead of renting.
Program is free with paid park entrance for those providing their own paddling equipment.
If the program features a walk instead of a paddle, program is free with paid park entrance.
Ranger Station 941-483-5956
(Must arrive at 8:30am)
Learn about the life in South Creek or take a leisurely stroll through one or more of the park’s seven natural communities. South Creek is a tidal water therefore the water may sometimes be too shallow for a paddle; a guided walk will be an alternate option. Either way, be prepared to explore a slice of the “Real Florida”. Bring your camera and binoculars for wildlife viewing. Registration is between 8am and 8:45am at the Ranger Station on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of the paddle.
Pets are not permitted on the paddle trip.
Ranger Led Program @ Long Key State ParkWednesday, May 6, 2015 - 10:00am to 12:00pm EDT
Free with regular park admission.
Join a park ranger for a hike, paddle, swim, or talk to learn more about the unique environment and history of Long Key! Program topics will vary depending on the time of year and interest of the participants. You could be observing the plants and animals along the Golden Orb Nature Trail, exploring the seagrass beds in the ocean shallows, identifying shorebirds on the sandbars, or paddling through the mangroves along the coastline. In each program, a ranger will teach you interesting new facts or useful skills. Please contact the ranger station to inquire about weekly program topics and details.
Bring water, sunscreen, and bug repellant. For most programs, wear comfortable closed toe shoes that can get wet.
Some programs may require participants to provide their own equipment (kayaks, mask & snorkel, etc.).
Kayak Tour @ Curry Hammock State ParkWednesday, May 6, 2015 - 11:00am to 12:30pm EDT
Single Kayak Rental: $17.20
Double Kayak Rental: $21.50
Take a 90-minute paddle around one of the islands that comprise Curry Hammock State Park. This ranger-led tour will give you an appreciation for the fragility of the nearshore ecosystem. You will see some of the damage man has caused and learn of the ongoing effort to preserve this valuable resource.
Tours are limited to six kayaks. Visitors should bring their own or rent from the park.
Registration is recommended.
Overstreet Trail Volunteer Work Day @ Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State ParkWednesday, May 6, 2015 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm EDT
Free entry if you are volunteering.
Scott Groves (850) 487-4556
Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park would like to encourage the public to join our staff for a work day on the Lake Overstreet trails. Please dress appropriately: wear closed toe shoes, gloves and bring mosquito repellant, water and any tools you would like to use. Meet at the Lake Overstreet Trail-head in Maclay Gardens State Park.
Please dress appropriately: wear closed toe shoes, gloves and bring mosquito repellant, water and any tools you would like to use. Meet at the Lake Overstreet Trail-head in Maclay Gardens State Park.