Eastern Shore National Wildlife Refuge
$60 per adult, $25 per child
A great way to have a unique experience on the Eastern Shore is to paddle through the salt marshes of the National Wildlife Refuge near Fisherman Island. Our trips take about two hours, all ages and skill levels are welcome. The protected creek channels are an ideal place to learn and practice paddling strokes and to enjoy the salt marshes, wading birds, and peace and quiet.
We can plan more advanced paddles to nearby creeks and islands. Bring a snack and relax on a sandy shore and paddle salt marshes surrounded by wading birds and fiddler crabs within sight of the high rise of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. We will visit three distinct habitats: tidal salt marsh, maritime forest, and sandy beach.
This is a perfect way to create a day to remember during your family visit, holiday, or summer vacation. Combine the tour with a visit to the nearby Refuge Visitor’s Center and end the day with some lunch, dinner, or local entertainment!
Kings Creek and Cherrystone Creek
$60 per adult and $25 for children,
This is an economical 2.5 to 3 hour adventure. Paddle on the Chesapeake Bay past the historic town and new coastal homes and experience the sandy beaches and tidal marshlands that make the Bay so unique and scenic. Plan an evening trip and catch the sunsets while you paddle!
Plantation Creek or Savage Neck Dunes Adventure
$75 per adult
This is a more advanced paddle heading north to Savage Neck Dunes or south to Plantation Creek. This paddle is about 3-4 hours round trip including a break on a beach. This trip is designed for people who have kayaked before and want a more physically challenging trip.
$100 per adult
Depart from the Wildlife Refuge for a 4-5 hour trip to Fisherman Island and nearby seaside destinations. You will be able to visit remote beaches, back bays, and tidal marshes. This is truly the best way to experience the Shore’s unique character.
The Virginia Coast Water Trail is a naturalists dream! Plan your own unique tour experience. The best way to start exploring the 37 routes on the trail is with a knowledgeable local guide. We are able to accommodate full day or multi-day adventures. Here is a sample of what is available from Virginia’s Water Trail Map.