Egan’s Creek

Egan’s Creek is located on the north end of Amelia Island.  This guided kayak tour centers on the creek and the marshes between Atlantic Avenue and the Amelia River, known as an estuary.  Think of an estuary as simply an enormous nursery where numerous fish, shellfish, and other wildlife flourish.  Into this estuary are inflows of sea water and fresh water, which provide high levels of nutrients for all resident flora and fauna.  Multitudes of crabs, mussels, fish, snails and more draw large numbers of birds to their very own feast.  This environment also gives paddlers great views of marsh grasslands and an ever-changing skyline that are hard to beat.

One of our newest 2-hour kayak paddles is Egan’s Creek, located on the tidal marshes of Amelia Island.  This guided kayak tour offers some of the best shore bird watching around, with opportunities to see Herons, Roseate Spoon Bills, Egrets, and Cormorants to name a few. Add a view of the Amelia Island Lighthouse and the tree line of Fort Clinch State Park, and you have a recipe for an awesome paddle!

Inquire about reserving our Hobie Mirage® kayaks for this tour.

Cost for this tour is $55 per single kayak / $100 per tandem.
Please call 904-557-5307 for reservations.

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View Other Kayak Tours:

Lofton Creek | Cumberland Island | St. Marys River

    Suwannee River | Okefenokee Swamp | Amelia River Sunset | Amelia River