There are some pretty amazing landscapes in Florida, which makes it the perfect place for some outdoor adventure!
So why not join Canoe Outpost Peace River to give the family an adventure in the great outdoors! This great paddle company is one of the oldest in Florida, and gives the kids a chance to experience swimming, wildlife, hiking, birding, fishing, and even fossil hunting!
If you want to really extend your adventure, they offer wilderness camping, and even glamping! Canoeing and kayaking are the perfect ways to explore the Peace River. It gives you a chance to really enjoy nature, and see the state from a completely different point of view!
Never been on the river before? Don't you worry! Canoe Outpost are perfect for those novice paddlers, right through to those who feel really experienced. You can choose to enjoy just 1.5 hours of leisurely paddling, or really challenge yourself and try the overnight trips which take you over 30 miles along the river. Pretty incredible!
Did you know that the Peace River is a designated State Paddle Trail? It offers vast non-wilderness, as well as wilderness, camping on it's banks, and year round fun!
It's not just tours that Canoe Outpost offer either! They have super fun hot dog cookouts for the kids, and even dog sit for you if you want!
And best of all? Kids under 12 years are FREE! So why not turn off the television, and enjoy what the incredible state of Florida has to offer. It's a big, amazing world out there!
Trips from $45 per vessel. Extra people $15
Group, AAA, military, senior, recreation groups, church, scout
12 years if an extra person in the middle
They offer Hot Dog Roasts for youth groups on weekdays!
Make sure you bring your hats and sunglasses, and it's a good idea to leave a change a clothes and towels in vehicle.
They sell sharktooth necklaces, tee shirts, paddling stickers, paddle patches and more! Why not grab something to remember your experience by!
They do offer guide led group trips, so if you're thinking about taking the kids for a day excursion out into nature, you should! Just give them a call!
You can stop for picnics along the route, so why not bring some lunch in waterproof bags in a backpack! It's a good idea to take snacks too, and bottled water!
Speak to staff about any assistance you might need
Dogs are allowed but make sure they are on a leash when not in the water
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