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Genung's Fish Camp, St. Augustine

4.9
#13 of 14 in Adventure in St. Augustine
Stand-Up Paddleboarding · Kayaking / Canoeing
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  • Rented kayaks here. They set us up well and gave great advice on area. Very personable! We’ve kayaked in many areas and this was one of our best experiences. In addition to great customer service... 
    Rented kayaks here. They set us up well and gave great advice on area. Very personable! We’ve kayaked in many areas and this was one of our best experiences. In addition to great customer service...  more »
  • We held my daughter’s wedding rehearsal here. It was such a fun spot directly on the intracoastal. We had not only an amazing sunset over the water but also a rocket launch. Adam was great! We set... 
    We held my daughter’s wedding rehearsal here. It was such a fun spot directly on the intracoastal. We had not only an amazing sunset over the water but also a rocket launch. Adam was great! We set...  more »
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  • Super friendly staff and affordable pricing for kayak & SUP rentals! I SUP regularly but didn't have my board with me, so I stopped in here to rent one for a few hours. It's right near the 206 bridge across from several little oyster flats and islands, so there are some interesting kayak/paddle areas nearby. Try to go on slack tide if possible because the tides, especially low tide, can run strong here.
  • The staff is very friendly! Excellent value for kayak rentals, especially with the buy one get one free coupon we found in a tourist magazine/ pamphlet in St. Augustine. The first day we rented two single kayaks it was low tide and a little windy. We saw some birds and fish but not much else. We went back another day during high tide and saw a pod of 5-6 dolphins up close and personal. The water was too murky to have been able to see any manatee if there were any there. I would recommend going early to beat the heat and checking the tide levels to go during a higher tide.

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