Kayak and paddling trips are a great way to take in the sites and history of Walton county.  Many of our trips hilight history as water was the primary means of travel in our early days.  These diversions can be taken on our majestic dune lakes, breathtaking old growth cypress swamps or on any one of our lazy flowing creeks.  In the warmer months, generally May through October, swimming and snorkeling is an enjoyable part of the trip so come prepared or we can provide gear for you.  If you don't have a waterproof camera, no worries, our guides will be snapping away and pictures will be posted on our site free of charge.  ITW can recommend trips based on your groups abilities and make-up.  Children are welcome on all our trips and paddling is a good fit for them.  

You may reach us at
Cell # 850-974-2258
email Bottomslime@earthlink.net
We are still working on a full ist of our trips but they include:

Location                             Difficulty
Eastern Lake                        Easy to moderate
Lake Powell                          Easy to moderate
Eden State Park                    Easy to moderate
Holmes Creek (variety)           Moderate
    (due to some upstream paddling)
Pine Log Creek                      Moderate
Seven Runs                           Moderate to hard
    (Some tight maneuvering but mostly moderate)
Burnt Mill Creek                    Moderate
    (due to winds, mostly easy)
Crooked Creek                      Moderate
    (due to winds, mostly easy)

Kayaking is a safe sport and relatively easy to learn.  Our American Canoe Association (ACA) certified instructors can ensure you learn proper paddling techniques and self rescue procedures.  This will add to your confidence and enjoyment to make the most of your paddling excursions.