Come and get some water time to start off the summer semester. We will be traveling to Destin, Florida, and snorkeling the jetties of Destin Harbor. These jetties have become home to several species of underwater animals and are often visited by sea turtles and dolphins. We will spend the day in the water and checking out everything there is. The trip also includes admission to the Gulfarium Marine Adventure park where we will be able to see and learn about all sorts of marine animals.
Tumbling Rock is one of the largest caves in Alabama. The horizontal cave has over 5 miles of walking passage and even houses the tallest waterfall in Alabama! After we have explored Tumbling Rock on Saturday, we will visit the Stewart Springs Cave on Sunday. Stewart Springs is a wet cave so be prepared to get waist deep in water! It is a smaller cave and will have some crawl spaces. We will leave the Outdoor Adventure Cabin on Saturday morning and will return Sunday evening.
The best place to watch fireworks on America’s birthday is on the water. So why not do it? Outdoor Adventures will be traveling down to Mobile Bay to make it happen. Every year the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park puts on a spectacular fireworks display and we will have the best seat in the house to watch it on. We will be arriving before the show starts so we can paddle around and enjoy the bay before the sky is lit up with freedom and fireworks. Happy Birthday America!
The water and diving in the Florida Keys is world known. People travel the world just to get a chance to see the keys from above and below the water. This is your chance! We will spend a day traveling to Key Largo where we will be camping in Pennekamp State Park. On day two we will dive in the water with a guide from the park. On our second day we will see the sites of Key Largo and the upper keys. The price include transportation and all SCUBA gear needed. must be SCUBA certified!