Paddle Jax Amelia

463646 State Road 200, Suite #1, Yulee, FL 32097
904-404-6758   |   Visit Website

About Paddle Jax Amelia

Paddle Jax Amelia, formerly Amelia Island Adventures, specializes in family-friendly fun! Helping folks make memories since 2010, we are one of the longest-running kayak guide services in the Amelia Island area, and the fastest growing. 

Our kayak tours are curated for you by the only Certified University of Florida Advanced Master Naturalist in Amelia Island kayak tours. We offer guided and self-guided kayak eco tours of the most popular waterways surrounding Amelia Island. 

You can relax and book with us with confidence, as most reservations are held with only a small deposit (self-guided kayak tours), which is fully refundable with 24-hour notice.  We love collaborating with other Amelia Island attractions to give you the best experience possible. Local, family owned and operated. Come see why our guests love adventuring with us! Enjoy the wild life of Amelia with us!

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289 Reviews

Jun 22, 2022 by musiccityrunnergirl

Cumberland Island Kayak Tour

We just finished this tour with Jeff at Amelia Adventures. Though it was difficult to convince my 12 and 14 year olds to get out of bed to do this, during the kayaking and exploring, they both...

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May 14, 2022 by cgb2599

Can’t wait to join AIA again!

Another good time with Amelia Island Adventure! I joined the Halloween celebration solo! This round my friend joined the Paddle and Pint adventure. They make it easy to BYOK, AIA employees are kind...

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Nov 01, 2021 by Mmcsmith

Creek Creepin Halloween fun!

Halloween Creek Creepin Night was awesome. Kayaked Lofton Creek at night with a guide. Homes along the creek had the best Halloween displays/shows (and even some candy) for the kayakers! Amelia...

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Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.