Come explore the longest expanse of undeveloped land along the East Coast of Florida by canoe! There are over 300 species of birds and you may even get to see some natural bioluminescence! We will leave early Saturday morning from CORE. We will kayak to our very own white sandy island to camp for the night. We will enjoy a campfire, incredilble stargazing and potentially a night paddle. Sunday, you will arrive back to Gainesville refreshed and ready for the week ahead. No canoeing experience necessary!
– Group camping equipment (tents etc.)
– All meals (usually vegetarian)
– Experienced Guides
Registration Does Not Include:
– Personal gear (i.e. sleeping bag, backpack, sleeping pad, headlamp). Feel free to rent outdoor gear from us! Participants get 10% off for their TRiP. More info here: http://recsports.ufl.edu/outdoors-adventure/outfitter-rental
– Backcountry camping
– No electricity
– No running water
– No flushing toilets
– No showers
Your mandatory pre-trip meeting date and time will be listed on your receipt email.
All trips are non-refundable and non-transferrable unless cancelled by CORE.
If this trip is full, call CORE at 352-294-1040 to get on the waiting list.
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