4 Hour Adventures

4 Hour Adventures

Snook, John’s and Hunter’s Islands: Ibis Isle Restoration Area

Intermediate Skill Level, about 5 miles

This is a round trip paddle launching from the Snook Islands Natural Area. You will head north along the Snook Islands and continue to the C-51 Canal where you will cross the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). From there, you will explore the Ibis Isle Restoration Area, John’s Island and Hunter’s Island. Crossing the ICW at the same general area, you will return south through the Snook Islands. Paddle time to cover this area of approximately 5 miles depends on skill level and marine conditions. Kayakers are expected to monitor their progress and ability as not to become overexerted and stay safe.

 

Bingham, Hunter’s and John’s Islands: Ibis Isle Restoration Area

Intermediate Skill Level, about 5 miles

This is a round trip paddle launching from the Bingham Islands and is best done around high tide. After paddling through the Bingham Island channels, you will head south along Palm Beach Island. You will come across Hunter’s and John’s Islands and the Ibis Isle Restoration area before starting the journey back. Paddle time to cover this are of approximately 5 miles depends on skill level and marine conditions. Kayakers are expected to monitor their progress and ability as not to become overexerted and stay safe.

Snook Islands to Bingham Islands

Intermediate Skill Level, about 6+ mile

This trip is a one way paddle that allows you to get an up-close look at two of the Lake Worth Lagoon’s larger island groups. It  is a great trip that gives a fantastic overview of the Lagoon’s ecosystem and not only allows you to explore successful restoration projects like the Snook Islands, but also gives you the opportunity to see natural islands like the Bingham. After launching from and paddling around the Snook Islands Natural Area, you will head north to the C-51 Canal and cross the ICW to see the Ibis Isle Restoration Area, John’s Island and Hunter’s Island. Continuing along the east side of the Lake Worth Lagoon, you will paddle north to the Bingham Islands which lie just south of Southern Blvd. to experience a natural island group that is also an Audubon Bird Sanctuary.

Being a one way trip, Kayak Lake Worth will pick you and all the equipment up at the Bingham Islands and shuttle you back to your car that the Snook Islands for an additional $15 charge. You may also arrange other transportation back to your car and we will meet you to pick up the equipment – your choice.

Bingham Islands to Snook Islands

Intermediate Skill Level, about 6+ mile

This trip is a one way paddle that allows you to get an up-close look at two of the Lake Worth Lagoon’s larger island groups. It  is a great trip that gives a fantastic overview of the Lagoon’s ecosystem and not only allows you to explore successful restoration projects like the Snook Islands, but also gives you the opportunity to see natural islands like the Bingham. After launching from and paddling around the Bingham Islands that are just South of the Southern Blvd. causeway, you will head south along the east side of the Lake Worth Lagoon to explore Hunter Island, John’s Island and the Ibis Isle Restoration Area. Then, you will cross the ICW at the C-51 canal and continue south to experience the Snook Islands.

Being a one way trip, Kayak Lake Worth will pick you and all the equipment up at the Snook Islands and shuttle you back to your car that the Bingham Islands for an additional $15 charge. You may also arrange other transportation back to your car and we will meet you to pick up the equipment – your choice.

Lake Osborne

Beginner to Intermediate Skill Level
6.5-7 miles from Lake Worth Rd to Hypoluxo Rd and back

Lake Osborne is a popular freshwater lake that extends from Lake Worth Rd to Hypoluxo Rd. Kayakers use the boat ramps to launch in John Prince Park on Lake Worth Rd.

A great trip for beginners and experienced paddlers, you are free to kayak around the entire perimeter or just a portion, it’s your choice. This is also a great option for those looking to do a little freshwater fishing with our fishing rentals as Lake Osborne is home to Catfish, Crappie and a variety of Bass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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