Enjoy this kayak adventure to the deserted Shell Key Preserve on the Gulf Coast

How cool is it to kayak to small deserted islands in the Gulf? Exploring these little Keys as they are called is so much fun! Kayaking to Shell Key Gulf Coast! Shell Key is a preserve or small island that is refuge for numerous sea birds and other plant life and wild life. The only way to get to Shell Key is by a water vessel. You can launch a kayak nearby the Ft. Desoto State Park in Pinellas County. Here are a few features and highlights on this adventure: *In your kayak, you pass Sister Key, a great spot to rest and explore carefully. Always watch for snakes and other wild life. *In between some of these keys is very shallow waters. You can step out and walk around and look for more shells, etc.. *Shell Key is home to a vast array of sea shells. Be sure to bring a small container or tote where you can collect your shells to take with you. *Please leave no trace. Bring your trash with you. Help protect these precious preserves. Learn more at Fitlifeandtravel.com.

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