Coastal Paddling in Gulf Shores, AL
About Gulf Shores Coastal Paddling
RootsRated explores the best coastal paddling in Gulf Shores. From quick runs to all day epics, let our experts help you find the perfect place to paddle. Our destinations are chosen by outdoors experts who live and play in Gulf Shores, so you’re sure to find the top adventures and maybe even a few local secrets!
Lake Shelby, a spring fed freshwater lake in the Gulf State Park, is a great place to spend your vacation whether you are a first time paddler or avid adventurer.
Orange Beach Canoe Trail is the ultimate paddling experience for avid kayakers.
Little Lagoon, a quiet eight-mile-long coastal lake, is bounded on the west by Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge and on the east by the main business district of Gulf Shores, AL.
Bayou Saint John, the southern end of the Orange Beach Canoe Trail, delivers charming views of homes and docks, a pleasant trail to paddle.
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