Water Activities

One of the best ways to explore the park is by water. Listed below are ways in which you can experience the waters of the Timucuan Preserve.

Kayak Amelia - rent kayaks and canoes, try a stand up paddle board or floating yoga, guided tours available

Bring your own kayak! Print out your own copy of "Kayaking the Timucuan Preserve" (pdf) There are several launches around the park including the Cedar Point boat ramp.

Enjoy a day at the beach at one of the Talbot Islands State Parks.

Find out where to take a paddle in the Timucuan Trail State and National Parks. Learn more about one of the most popular ecosystems to paddle in, the salt marsh.

We offer a wide variety of fishing opportunities- from bridges to backwaters, just be sure to follow all Florida Fish and Wildlife regulations.

Learn more about fish and fishing in the National Parks.

Last updated: June 9, 2020

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