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Mudfish and Bobcat's Paddle Florida
Florida Paddling - By Kayak or Canoe
Over 85 Destinations
Paddling destinations are organized by region:
With more than 1,000 miles of coastline and 1,700 miles of rivers, streams and creeks, many formed by Florida's more than 700 natural springs - plus the temperate climate that allows for paddling year-round - Florida is a paddling paradise. How better to appreciate Florida's natural beauty than at eye level from a kayak or canoe!
See the section More Information for tips on paddling (kayak and canoe) in Florida including safety tips, regulations, an overview of Florida weather, and links to more paddling resources.
Note: We are not paddleboarders, but most of our paddling destinations will accommodate paddleboards as well as kayaks and canoes.
A Call to Action
Water water everywhere! With more than 1,000 miles of coastline, more than 1,700 miles of rivers, streams and creeks, and 700 natural springs, Florida is largely defined by water. Water-related activities are also critical to our state's economy, in recreation, tourism, and jobs. Florida is home to two National Wild and Scenic Rivers (the Wekiva and the Loxahatchee). This natural heritage is a treasure to be maintained, yet our precious water resources are constantly under assault by drought, pollution, development, and agricultural use.
Citizens can help by contacting their legislators at the local, state and federal level and demanding policies that conserve and protect our water resources. Here's a link to find your Florida State representatives.
See a list of organizations
supporting and advocating for our
Paddling in Florida - Kayak, Canoe
Mudfish and Bobcat welcome you!
Center for Earth Jurisprudence
Citizen Support Organizations (CSO's) and other groups working for specific projects or parks are included on our Florida paddling pages, where applicable.