While there seems like plenty of time to sign up for this excellent paddling adventure, be advised that it’s very popular and the limit fills quickly. So….act now! And if you’d like to see an itinerary of the trip, click on
More information can be found on the Paddle Florida website at: www.paddleflorida.org
Here are a few details:
Trip Registration Deadline
October 8, 2015
Trip Fees – Full Trip
Adult Paddlers: $275/person
Senior Paddlers (65+): $250/person
College Student Paddlers: $250/person
Youth Paddlers (8 – 17): $225/person
Children (7 and under): Free
Meals will be provided by professional caterers or local civic groups. Expect hearty, hot fare for breakfast and dinner. On-water lunch stops will include ample portions of fruit, chips, cookies, PB&J sandwiches, water, and other fluid replacements. The meal plan is optional. You may choose to bring and prepare your own meals if you prefer. If you have dietary restrictions, please contact Bill Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Paddle Florida Lite (for 4 or fewer days)
$100/day per paddler (includes meals and camping)
Fees do not include shuttle transportation. If you are not paddling the whole trip, you may need to arrange for your own shuttle transportation. Contact Bill Richards at email@example.com for more information.
$25/person and $25/boat
Paddlers can choose a pre- or post-trip shuttle for themselves and their boats. Those choosing a pre-trip shuttle will need to report to the Shrine Club in Branford by 1PM on October 22. Paddlers and their boats will then be shuttled back to Madison Blue Springs State Park to check in for the trip. Pre-trip shuttlers can save $25 by dropping off their boats at Madison Blue Springs State Park before driving to Branford to meet the shuttle. Paddlers may also choose to leave their vehicles at Madison Blue Springs State Park and take the post-trip shuttle back there at the trip’s conclusion.
Paddlers needing to rent a canoe or kayak and related gear may contact our partnering outfitter, Suwannee Canoe Outpost.