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Kingsley Plantation Kayak Tour

kayakerKingsley Plantation is located on Fort George Island, one of the jewels of the Timucuan Preserve. While exploring this unique island, you will learn the history that is woven into the fabrics of this landscape. Along our paddle we will see many species of resident and migratory birds, such as roseate spoonbill, swallow tail kite, heron, egret, and osprey. This waterway is frequented by lots of sea creatures such as leaping dolphin, grazing manatees, soaring eagle rays, and many more. The striking blue-green hue of the water makes this feel like our own backyard Caribbean. After an educational stroll through Kingsley Plantation's historical grounds we will set off to find secluded beaches to swim and play.


Tour Information


3 hours

Price / person

$65 adult - $55 children under 12

What to bring

footgear that can get wet, sunscreen, water or sports drink, bathing suit


kayak, life vest (PFD), paddle, an entertaining guide


Talbot Island State Park / Timucuan Preserve


Ft. George Island (Camp Alamacani) Google Map
from Amelia Island - go South on A1A past Amelia Island Plantation (heading toward Jacksonville), over bridge, pass Big Talbot Island State Park and Little Talbot Island State Park, over next bridge, 2/10 mile turn Right at jug handle Uturn, head back towards bridge, exit right at boat ramp sign before bridge
from Jacksonville - go north on Heckscher Drive, pass ferry, 1/2 mile past Hugeonot Park turn Right before bridge at boat ramp sign