Paddling the Florida Circumnavigational Trail | Forgotten Coast

If you missed it on Dimensions, here is our video on the Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail.  This segment runs from Port Saint Joe to the Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge.  There are several camping options along the way; Doug Alderson (Of FDEP’s Office of Greenways and Trails) takes us to St. George Island State Park to look at some sites.

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Happy Ours kayaksFor more information on the trail, visit the trail web site.



About Rob

Rob Diaz de Villegas is a senior producer for WFSU-TV, covering environment and the outdoors. Rob is in the process of completing Roaming the Red Hills, an exploration of north Florida/ south Georgia ecology funded by Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy. Rob’s previous ecology projects include EcoShakespeare, which was funded by PBS member station WNET and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and In the Grass, On the Reef, a collaboration with the Florida State University Coastal and Marine Lab funded by the National Science Foundation. Rob’s EcoAdventure segments air on WFSU’s Local Routes and can be found on the WFSU Ecology Blog.

5 thoughts on “Paddling the Florida Circumnavigational Trail | Forgotten Coast

  1. Great story. Sounds like Dan and Deb VanVleet really know the bay. Makes me want to go paddling. Rob your history of the coast was intrestig as well. Thank you, Jim Lebo

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