Steve Chard is late setting up his tent at the Fort Pickens campground on a Sunday evening. After arriving in Florida by kayak earlier in the day, he got caught up in watching the Blue Angels fly. Read the full article in the Nov. 1 issue of Navarre Press. Visit www.navarrepress.com/subscribe to view subscription options. […]
The Navarre Chamber Foundation is excited to once again bring to anglers young and old, novice and expert, the Navarre Fishing Rodeo set to take place Oct. 6 and 7. This event has become a very popular and much anticipated fishing opportunity with participation growing each year. Benefiting: Heroes on the Water, Take A Kid […]
National Parks and Recreation Month was first celebrated more than 30 years ago. It offers people a chance to explore all that parks, both state and local, have to offer. “It’s an opportunity to come out and just explore our parks,” said Corliss Castro, a park ranger at Blackwater River State Park. Read the full […]
One doesn’t have to go far to find adventure in this area. There’s even a club for it right here on the Gulf Coast. Launched in Fort Walton Beach more than 15 years ago, the Adventure Club provides outdoor enthusiasts in the area the opportunity to do a variety of activities, including cycling, hiking, kayaking […]
Be part of a special day at the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station just for families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. There will be animal encounters, fishing, crafts, and more. Preregister online at www.navarresciencestation.org.
Christina and Logan Mason of Lumberton, Texas, paddle through the surf on a clear bottom kayak tour of Navarre Beach Reef hosted by the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The Masons are vacationing for a week at Springhill Suites by Marriott and read about the tours online. Featured in the July 20 issue. […]
Dozens of visitors paddled out to the Navarre Beach Gulf side artificial reef Saturday as part of Navarre Beach Marine Sanctuary’s Clear Bottom Kayak Reef Tours. Mike Sandler of the Marine Sanctuary said this year’s first tours were a huge success. “It was a big success. There were a lot of people out there and […]
Last month a citizen panel put together by state boating authorities explored options that could lead to requiring registration and fees for non-motorized boats such as kayaks. Read the full article in the March 16 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.
Construction is underway for a walkover to the snorkeling reef on the Gulf side of Navarre Beach. With plans formalized for the project back in 2013 – delays including sea turtle nesting season prevented the work from getting started sooner – the walkover is being built near the eastern most pavilion on Navarre Beach and […]
Families with children on the spectrum were able to spend a day by the sea at the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station’s Autism OdysSea event. Trained volunteers and students from the station were on hand at learning stations around the Science Station. Activities included touch tanks, fish prints, kayaking and sensory stations. Children were able […]