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8 Days, End-to-End, National Seashore Paddle. You In?

 

Superintendent Brown will lead a series of eight paddles, weather permitting, which begin on Saturday, April 19, 9:00 am at the canoe launch area near Rosamond Johnson Beach at Perdido Key Area and concludes at Okaloosa Island, East Pass access (south of Destin bridge). The paddle is segmented into eight consecutive days with varying degrees of length and difficulty.

Day 1: April 19, Johnson Beach canoe launch to Fort Pickens ferry pier – approx. 8.4 miles

Day 2: April 20, Fort Pickens ferry pier to Escambia County Park West – approx. 6.7 miles

Day 3: April 21, Escambia County Park West to Quietwater Beach – approx. 2.9 miles

Day 4: April 22, Quietwater Beach to Opal Beach North – approx. 11.6 miles

Day 5: April 23, Opal Beach North to Navarre Beach County Park (east of Navarre bridge) – approx. 7 mi.

Day 6: April 24, Navarre Beach County Park to Liza Jackson Park – approx. 14 miles

Day 7: April 25, Liza Jackson Park to Okaloosa Area – approx. 3.5 miles

Day 8: April 26, Okaloosa Area to East Pass access (south of Destin bridge) – approx. 3.5 miles

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