Best Kayaking Spots In Tampa
The weather in Florida has been perfect for outdoor activities lately. It’s time to turn off your Netflix and put off your chores for just a little longer to take in the great outdoors. Check out the best kayaking spots in Tampa and enjoy exploring the scenery around you.
Little Manatee River
The Canoe Outpost at Little Manatee River offers daily canoe and kayaking rentals. They also offer guided tours and campsites rentals if you wanted an outdoor getaway for a day or two. Something special that The Canoe Outpost at Little Manatee River offers is a Moonlight Paddle Trip. For $45 per single kayak or $65 for a double canoe or kayak, this trip happens once a month. It also includes a campfire with s’mores, drinks, and live music.
Kayak in the Gulf of Mexico with Sail Honeymoon Kayak Rentals. With Caladesi Island in view of the shore, the kayak trip only takes about twenty minutes, making it a short and perfect trip to the island in the Gulf. You can choose rentals for a single or double kayak. These rentals can last for two hours, four hours, or even the whole day. A whole day kayak rental is a rare find and it’s even better at such a beautiful location. This is a spot you won’t want to pass up.
Fort De Soto
Another beautiful beach that offers all day rentals is Fort De Soto. Topwater Kayak Posts lets you rent out single, double, sit-on-top, fishing, and clear bottom kayaks that help you enjoy any day now that the weather is warm and the sky is clear. Not only do they have a ton of kayak types to chose from, but they also just have a ton of kayaks in general, so you don’t need to make a reservation and large groups are welcome.
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