Launches New Website for Paddling Enthusiasts Offering Valuable Trip Planning Tools for Kayakers and Canoeists Interested in Navigating Florida Waterways

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Conceived and developed by paddlers for paddlers, provides the necessary information that every paddler searches for - like detailed descriptions of paddling trails complete with pictures, downloadable trail maps with GPS coordinates, driving directions, and related points of interest such as where to rent a kayak or find a hotel in Florida.

“Many paddlers spend more hours researching trails to paddle than they actually spend paddling,” commented Geri Fairbanks, owner and author of “Sometimes you get a great tip – the launch site is perfect, there are restrooms, ample parking, and maybe even a boat wash. But other times, you were steered wrong. It’s not only disappointing, but it’s frustrating. Looking for an alternate launch site - or trail - can steal precious time from your day.”

As continues to grow, it will fill the gap by providing the necessary information paddling enthusiasts need to enjoy a day on the water. Users can simply navigate around the map of Florida and find a listing of paddling trails in their area of interest. With just a few clicks, they’ll have access to paddling trails anywhere in the Sunshine State including detailed descriptions and downloadable trail maps marked with distances and GPS coordinates. Once a trail is chosen paddlers can access dozens of photographs and videos so they know what to expect, as well as current weather, tidal information, and driving directions to launch points.

If they’re planning a multi-day trip, provides information on campsites, fish camps, and hotels along the trail, as well as points of interests. And if they need an outfitter for rentals or transportation back to their launch point, the website offers a number of choices.

With more than 1,260 miles of coastline, 1,700 rivers & creeks, 7,700 lakes and more than 700 natural springs, Florida has no shortage of paddling trails. addresses the needs and wants of paddlers who live in Florida as well as those who are planning a paddling vacation to the Sunshine State.

If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with, visit or email info(at)paddlingfan(dot)com.

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