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Reservations required for guided tours, instruction and events. No reservations needed for rentals.
If you want to jump in a kayak and check out our beautiful marshlands up close and in person, contact these folks.
Kayak rentals on the south of the island. 20 min drive and explore the inlets and waterways
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“Several beautiful hikes on Big Talbot Island and if you are a birder, Spoonbill Pond at the north end is a great spot. Black Rock Trail is a highlight (there are several parking areas on the east side of A1A and Black Rock Trail is one of them). Managed by the State Parks, you must pay to visit - I believe it's a $3 fee.”
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“Little Talbot offers more than five miles of beautiful, white sandy beaches with only nature surrounding it... We love the beach here which offers a secret sand dollar hunting ground… ask us and we might tell!”
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“If you have a 4 wheel drive/all wheel drive vehicle this is a great beach to explore beach OR inlet parking!”
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“Such a cool place to take the ferry over to the restaurant!! You can take your car or park and jusy ride the ferry and walk jusy a little bit. This is Not a fancy place its is a great local place for seafood, we always bring visitors here!”
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