Amelia Island Adventures

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

About Amelia Island Adventures

For scenic guided and self-guided kayaking tours in and around Amelia Island, your adventure begins here! Amelia Island Adventures offers comfortable sit-on-top kayaks that are perfect for sunrise and sunset tours, night time tours, and special tours to locations like Edwards Creek, Pumpkin Hill, Ginnie Springs and more. Paddle our Eco Easy Kayak Tour in a lovely black water creek wetland. Or, paddle by the oldest lighthouse in Florida on our Sea Life Adventure Kayak Tour. This popular tour paddles the estuary at Egans Creek where you can watch for dolphin, manatee, pelicans, alligators and other sea life. Guided tours include all you need for a fun adventure on the water along with complimentary photos taken during your tour. For self-guided tours, we will show you a safe paddle for peaceful kayaking in calm water.

We also offer motorized boat tours of Amelia Island/Cumberland Island as well as fishing charters both inshore and offshore. Advance reservations required.
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255 Reviews

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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Nov 01, 2021 by 302mariselb


Haunted Halloween Night Kayak is such a fun event! Will definitely do it again! I highly recommend it for a fun Halloween night.

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Oct 31, 2021 by X4545HQvictoriab

Couldn’t ask for a better first time kayak experience

We did the haunted kayak Halloween tour - we showed up and I knew it was going to be a good night when I saw the 12ft Home Depot skeleton of my daydreams. Everyone was so nice and genuinely happy to...

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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.