With your Seagrove Beach condo rental as your starting point, you can be assured of having a great Gulf Coast day trip. Whether you want to watch sea animals, go canoeing or visit a state park, a Gulf Coast adventure is readily available from a number of great Seagrove Beach condo rentals.
You can watch sea turtles, pelicans and dolphins on Seagrove Beach as often as you want. There are plenty of beach rentals that are accessible to Seagrove Beach. Visitors are able to see all the eight species of endangered sea turtles that frequent the area. These sea turtles breed on the beach shore and need plenty of sand to grow their eggs. Watching these sea turtles in action from underwater or the beach can make your Seagrove Beach vacation even more memorable.
You can also have a great time watching pelicans, Florida's largest birds and the most engaging of their kind. You can see the pelicans in action when they are sky-diving for fish and eating them. When they are breeding, changes in their body color occur. Also, you can see dolphins playing with each other, carrying objects, catching fish to eat, and flying high with their peers. Watching the animal life with your family can be fun, and kids love it!
You can experience a good Gulf Coast vacation as you canoe, kayak or tube on the waters of the Blackwater River. It is regarded as the cleanest and clearest body of water in Florida. Through the Blackwater Canoe Rental in Milton, Florida, you have the choice of being on a Blackwater River day trip for five to seven hours, or two to three hours. Throughout this water day trip, you and your companions can enjoy being by yourselves and enjoy freedom of choice during the relaxing beach stopovers. Everything you need can be bought from The Outpost.
As you canoe, kayak or tube on the Blackwater River, you can see water plants, namely water fern, coontail, spatterdock, water lily, and bladderwort. When you explore through the forest, you can spot oak, sycamore, holly, mountain laurel, magnolia and azalea. You can also encounter the white-tailed deer, bobcat, turkey, alligator and river otter in the park's wildlife. As for the birds, there are woodpeckers, crows, Mississippi Kites and warblers along the way.
Deer Lake State Park
When you visit Deer Lake State Park, you can see coastal dune lakes that are only found in the Gulf Coast. Rare plants, namely spoonflower, Curtiss' sand grass, pitcher plants, and gulf coast lupine are found here. Summer wildflowers, butterflies and birds are abundant to the delight of nature lovers. By passing by the boardwalk, you can visit the beach and go fishing, have a picnic, or go swimming. In its 1,920 acres, there are 11 natural communities that can consume your time. These are the beach dune, sandhill, basin swamp, dome swamp, blackwater stream, marine substrate, mesic flatwoods, scrub, coastal dune lakes, estuarine tidal creek and depression marsh.
For biking enthusiasts, you can follow a trail that runs for ten miles and witness a multitude of picturesque seaside communities.
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