If you want to jump in a kayak and check out our beautiful marshlands up close and in person, contact these folks.
Kayak rentals on the south of the island. 20 min drive and explore the inlets and waterways
Go rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard and explore our amazing waterways, wildlife and vistas and have a great workout while you're at it.
“Several beautiful hikes on Big Talbot Island and if you are a birder, Spoonbill Pond at the north end is a great spot. Black Rock Trail is a highlight (there are several parking areas on the east side of A1A and Black Rock Trail is one of them). Managed by the State Parks, you must pay to visit - I believe it's a $3 fee.”
Point of Interest
“Tour the old home and other plantation structures on beautiful Fort George Island.”
“Beautiful drive out to this park - admission fee per car. Very natural dunes and beach. ”
“Ride beside rivers edge to the inlet and over to the beach. Surf, swim, fish, shell, sunbathers, bird watch, kite surfing, sea dooing, kayak etc.”
“Singleton's Seafood Shack as seen on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is where locals go to eat seafood for generations. Not fancy as the name implies, but delicious FRESH seafood served in a old school shack. You will want to eat out on the deck to enjoy the wonderful views, and sounds of the St. Johns River. Be sure to order the world famous Mayport fried shrimp! ”