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Several locations in the Volusia/Flagler area offer a glimpse into Florida's natural beauty.....a wide variety of ecosystems, a diverse population of plants and animals, along with some of the most scenic paddles around! Sample locations are below, but we can also deliver outside of these areas. Interested in one of our Florida Springs? Longing to visit a wildlife refuge?? Contact us with your travel desires and we'll help plan your trip!
Located at the end of Sanchez Avenue in Ormond Beach, Sanchez Park is one of the hidden gems of Ormond Beach. With a nice, wide, sandy launch site, it's easy to quickly and safely access Strickland Creek. Fed by Thompson's Creek and flowing into the Tomoka River, it's common to spot a manatee or two, wading birds, fiddler crabs scurrying along the shore line, and the ever present osprey. A nice, calm, serene paddle awaits you!
Tom Renick Park
Ready to tackle the surf?? No better place than this cool little park located right on the ocean. A nice boardwalk stroll takes you straight to the beach, where you can setup and start your playtime in the waves. Ocean paddling is an amazing experience....keep your eyes sharp for dolphins, rays, diving seagulls, and sea turtles. Calm days are unbeatable for a relaxing experience, or try your hand at riding a wave into shore. Take a break and use the pavilion, showers, picnic tables, and restrooms available.
Looking for a paddle along the Halifax and inter-coastal waterway? Fortunato Park offers the perfect place to launch, where you can choose a north or south paddle route and take it the splendid beauty of the Ormond Beach area. The shore line is dotted with some of the most beautiful homes in the area, and don't miss the historic Ormond Yacht Club! Spotting dolphins and manatees is a common pleasure, and a north paddle takes you to the Tomoka Basin, a fisherman's paradise.
Bulow Plantation State Park
If you like quiet, peaceful paddles where you can get up and close with the flora and fauna, Bulow Creek is a dream. Location keeps this area quiet, and the paddling scenery is beautiful. Aside from the marsh bordering one side and hammock strands bordering the other, feel free to keep your eyes peeled for wading birds, osprey, and an occasional eagle. And yes, you might spot a gator! But don't worry, their fear of you keeps them at a safe distance or completely hidden. Take the creek south and run into the bridge over Walter Boardman road, and check out the popular fishing area!