The Black Water Creek Kayak Adventure
Seminole State Forest, Lake County
- Fantastic Wildlife Viewing
- Top Rated Kayak Gear
- Tasty Trail Snack & Picnic Lunch
- Wild & Scenic River
- Guides Choice Trip
- Challenging & Adventurous Paddle
Black Water Creek is a major tributary of the Wekiva River and part of the Wild & Scenic River system. The river provides for an enchanting and scenic backcountry paddling experience, evoking feelings of a fairytale landscape. Numerous species of birds can be seen overhead, wading in the water or perched in the trees. The wetlands also provides habitat for black bears, river otters, and alligators. A variety of wetland plants and trees are found in the water or on the shoreline. This is an out-and-back paddle.
The first part your guide will lead you downstream over and under trees and through the twists and turns of the river until you reach the confluence of Black Water Creek and the Wekiva River. The second part you will paddle upstream against the slow moving current, after having a short light lunch riverside.
This tour is for adventure seekers and wilderness lovers.
$100 per person
Difficulty Level 2
Scale of 1-5. 1 least difficult; 5 most difficult
Solitude Level 5
Scale of 1-5. 1 least solitue; 5 most solitude
We rate this kayak tour a solitude 5 because it is highly unlikely that you will see any other people on this trail.