Get Up And Go Kayaking in Apopka, FL

5722 Baptist Camp Rd.Apopka, FL 32712
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Explore Rock Springs aboard a clear kayak for a truly natural experience. You’ll be surrounded by tree canopies and clear waters, creating a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. In addition, expect to see turtles, birds, fish, deer, and other animals as you kayak. This is the perfect way to spend time outdoors when you visit Central Florida.

Good To Know

  • Tips are appreciated.
  • Tours are approximately 2 – 2.5 hours long
  • Family-friendly activity.
  • Animals you may see turtles, birds, fish, otters, deer, alligators, and more! There are no manatees at this location.
  • The majority of the paddle is only about 2-4 feet deep.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Get Up And Go Kayaking

What should I bring? 
Water, Sunscreen/sunglasses/hat (please apply before entering the boat and allow it to dry as best as possible). Towel for after the trip, a ziplock bag before entering the boat and allow it to dry as the spray can damage the clear kayak and viewing experience for future guests).

What should I wear? 
Swimsuit/Clothes that you don’t mind getting a little wet and shoes that can get wet/sandals (we do not allow these to be worn in the boat as they may scratch the kayaks).

Where is it located? 
Our Rock Springs tour is located in Apopka, FL, just passed Kelly Park. Our launch point is at King’s Landing: 5722 Baptist Camp Rd, Apopka, FL 32712.

Is the tour/attraction/activity appropriate for children? 
Children are allowed but required by law at age seven or under to wear life jackets at all times on the water. The ability of your child to sit in a kayak for the duration of our tour is entirely up to the parent. We do require children that are 50 pounds or under to bring their life jacket as the size is very specific, and safety is of utmost importance.

Can I bring my camera? 

How long is the tour? 
Tours are approximately 2-2.5 hours long

What should I know about the tours? 
Expect to see some nature, wildlife/marine life and learn about the surrounding area. Every tour is given on one of our 100% clear kayaks. Our fleet is small (5 kayaks), so expect an exclusive experience (no more than ten people at a time). Our guides are always helpful and prepared to have fun.

What skill level is needed for Kayaking? 
Our tours are made for any skill levels to participate; we will have basic tips and tricks to help you maneuver the waterways. Some paddling may be considered intermediate, but we try our best to paddle at a pace that is convenient for every paddler! We do require all guests to stay with the group.

Is it appropriate to give a tip/gratuity to our tour guide? 
This is entirely up to you. If you feel as though the experience executed by the guide is worthy of a tip, please do! Tips are much appreciated. We like to say, “If you enjoyed your ride, tip your guide”!

Is there a weight limit for the Kayaks? 
Our weight limit is no more than 250 pounds per person and no more than 425 pounds per 2 people that are in the same kayak. All of our kayaks are double kayaks. Please let us know while making your booking if this may be an issue.

What are the Kayaks made of? 
Our 100% see-through kayaks are made of GE™ Lexan™ 6mm, which is commonly used in bulletproof glass, fighter jet canopies, and submarine viewports!

What is the weight limit? 
The weight limit is 425 pounds per boat and no more than 250 pounds per seat. Each of our kayaks is doubles (tandem). If there is an odd number in your party, they will be able to take the boat as a solo but must not weigh more than 250 pounds.