You Will Feel Like You're In The Amazon While Kayaking Down This Lazy River In Florida
If you are looking for a different ecosystem with great photo opportunities, this lazy river in Florida offers the perfect adventure spot and Instagram-worthy shots. King's Landing is a river-run adventure experience with the best outdoor landscape and pristine waters for your bucket list.
There are plenty of things to do at this emerald water attraction on the Wekiva River and Rocks Springs Run, located in Central Florida.
You can book a 2-hour beginner kayak tour ($59/person), a 3.5-hour guided tour for intermediate-level kayakers ($75/person), or choose the 8.5-mile long experienced kayak trip ($99/person) with several spots to stop. This magnificent journey takes an average of 4.5 hours to complete.
You can also go solo and rent a kayak for $49. You can launch your own boat here as well, or guests can simply choose a canoe experience or a swim pass.
While paddling, you will encounter some wildlife such as deer, bears, otters. This is one of the most tranquil environments to paddle on due to its jungle-like vibe. While kayaking on the Amazon River sounds awesome, this Florida-based adventure is way more affordable.
If you are planning to visit this place, make sure you reserve your spot online in advance! There's also a super affordable camping experience on-site (all details here!).
They are open 7 days a week until 5 p.m. and furry companions aren't allowed. The Natures Theme Park remains open even on rainy days.
King's Landing is a river adventure like no other where you will see trees almost covering the river and unexpected wildlife making an appearance. Make sure to contact local authorities before going for a swim in Florida waters to ensure it's safe.
King's Landing, Natures Theme Park
Price: The prices vary depending on the booked adventure.
Address: 5722 Baptist Camp Rd, Apopka, FL 32712, United States
Why You Need To Go: King's Landing is a river-run adventure experience with the best outdoor landscape and pristine waters for your bucket list.
Before you get going, check out our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.
This article has been updated since it was originally published on May 2, 2019.