The Bald Head Island Conservancy offers a unique opportunity to explore the unspoiled creeks of Bald Head Island on a guided kayaking trip during high, mid, or low tide. These trips offer a one-of-a-kind perspective of the island and great views of wildlife. The tour is a must-do before leaving the island, as it provides an opportunity to search for different marsh plants and animals while learning about their importance to this ecosystem.
Double kayaks are used and all children 16 & under must be accompanied by an adult. Kayaking is not recommended for children under the age 14 with no experience. Trips are rated as moderately difficult due to the sun, tides, and wind on the marsh. Conditions may vary depending on the day, and trips will not run in storms or high winds exceeding 15 mph.
All gear including personal flotation devices (PFDs), paddles, and kayaks will be provided. However, visitors are advised to bring a water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray, hat, and clothes that can get muddy and slightly damp. The tour offers a unique perspective of the island’s ecosystem and is a great way to learn more about the marsh, creeks, and wildlife on Bald Head Island.
This program does NOT meet at Bald Head Island Conservancy. Please meet at the Village Creek Access on Federal Road, near Old Baldy.