Overview of Kayak Amelia
This article refers Kayak Amelia in Jacksonville, United States. Kayak Amelia is easily missed on a visit to Jacksonville.
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Wonderful morning kayak trip! Scenery, weather, stillness...perfection. Only down side was our life jackets that came with Kayak rentals were in rough shape. They are washable and should be, wow!
Kayak Amelia Rocks!! We took a Segway tour with Buddy and he was so patient and kind and we got it down and were on our way in no time. I also rent kayaks here as they have one of the best places to launch and some of the most knowledgeable staff for the back waters. Thank you Buddy for the good time my nephew loved it!
The little gift shop is really nice and the staff is very friendly! Definitely made sure we understood the map and were safe. However, we were looking to find of of the sand beaches that were on our map or on the internet. The one sand beach was literally a 4 meter stretch. So park a couple of kayaks there and you don't have a beach left. The other sand beach was crowded with boats and loud music (they warned us this would happen). So not idyllic at all. And no, "sand beach" is definitely an exaggeration. The kayaks themselves had no working food rests and the seating was very low - so in a comfortable hand position you'd hit your hand on the rim of the kayak. We had to carry our kayak to and from the water which was very heavy for me (especially after coming back when it slowly filled with water.) In conclusion: the people were really nice and tried to be helpful. The homepage is misleading. It's not the best scenery for kayaking, in my opinion.
Awesome spot. Little more than I like to spend but it was a great experience and I had fun. I'm definitely going back.
Really amazing kayaking place. Leads you through the creek to a sandbar in the ocean which is absolutely stunning. It is a long tour and the river's tide will work against you in at least one way of the tour, so be prepared to work out a bit. Absolutely worth it though