Rock Springs / Kelly Park
Rock Springs is a great trip for those looking for crystal clear water in our crystal clear kayaks only a short distance from Orlando!
This adventure includes a beginner/intermediate paddle upstream with a relaxing drift back to the launch site.
The first half of the paddle is a little bit of a work out but the float back is worth the effort!
There are several deeper areas (4-6 feet deep) where participants can take a quick swim if they choose.
The majority of the paddle is only about 2-4 feet deep which make it easy for getting out to enjoy the water on one of our few breaks along the way!
Nature surrounds the clear spring water everywhere you turn.
Animals you may see: turtles, birds, fish, otters, deer, alligators, and more!
*There are no manatee at this location*
This tour is $55+tax per person and lasts approx 2-2.5 hour (prices may vary on availability).
The weight limit is 425 pounds per boat and no more than 250 pounds per seat. Each of our kayaks are doubles (tandem).
If there is an odd number in your party, they will be able to take the boat as a solo but must not weigh more than 250 pounds.
Our Rock Springs tour is located in Apopka, FL just passed Kelly Park.
Our launch point is at King’s Landing: 5722 Baptist Camp Rd, Apopka, FL 32712
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available from 8:00am – 5:00pm
Address 5722 Baptist Camp Rd, Apopka 32712
Owner & previous guide at Get Up And Go Kayaking!
Since hiring the great guides below, Justin has focused more on growing and expanding the business. With Get Up And Go Kayaking officially a franchise, Justin now oversees all franchising activities and training. He is an adventure seeker and nature lover. Justin is a graduate of UCF – College of Business specializing in Marketing! Go Knights!
Lead Tour GUide
He is a true Orlando native and a great source of local must-do’s. Austin is a huge Orlando City fan and also enjoys playing soccer. If you’re ever frustrated and need someone to help build IKEA furniture, he is your guy! One day Austin hopes to work in Yosemite National Park!
Austin is a soon-to-be graduate of UCF-Rosen with his Bachelors in Hospitality and Event Management. Austin has over 100 five-star reviews and excels in customer service!
Ally is the ultimate nature enthusiast and spring-lover! Ally is currently on a quest to visit all 174 Florida State Parks! She’s been scuba diving in 9 different Florida springs. To top it off, she’s got her Master’s Degree in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism from the University of Florida! Ally is currently guiding tours in Alaska for another company but we are excited to have her back in the Fall!
Pictured on the left, Penny is the ultimate tour guide!
From white water rafting tours in West Virginia to bicycle tours around the Grand Canyon, she’s done it all!
If you’re an adventure junky like us you’ll get along great with Penny! Her experience makes her great with all ages!
An Orlando native and Legal Studies major at UCF! When he’s not enjoying outdoors avtivities like wakeboarding, fishing, or kayaking – chances are he’s rockin’ n rollin’! Logan has been playing guitar for 15 years! He plays mostly Classic Rock such as Led Zepplin, Jimi Hendrix, Aerosmith, or Van Halen. Sports are also a passion for Logan, who is a die-hard New England Patriots fan!
A truly local Floridian who loves the ocean, rivers, springs, or anything to do with the water! Austin grew up surfing all around south Florida and also played soccer for many years! He’s really laid back but ready to step up to any challenge! State certified in EMS/FIRE so no need to fret, Austin’s got your back!
Pictured in the middle, Alex unfortunately passed away in late 2017 during a cave diving incident. We hope his memory brings awareness to the necessary precautions of cave diving and spring-loving community. Alex was an adventure seeker and certainly a great entertainer on the water! He was on a mission to take a picture of every animal in Florida – so he’d always be on the lookout. Alex could swim to depths of 80ft (24 meters) down on one breath. He had lived everywhere in Florida from Key West to the panhandle so he was a wealth of knowledge. Essentially, Alex loved water more than fish. Oh, and he had a cute pet beagle.