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Birdneck Launch

1299 Old Virginia Beach Road | Provides access to Linkhorn Bay

Carolanne Farms Park

375 Gainsborough Drive | Provides access to the Elizabeth River. Parking is available along the street. You will need to transport your canoe/kayak approximately 300 yards to the launch facility.

Dozier Bridge Launch

Princess Anne Road | Provides access to West Neck Creek

Hutton Circle Launch

Hutton Circle | Provides access to London Bridge Creek and the Lynnhaven River

Lake Lawson / Lake Smith Natural Area

5381 Shell Road | Provides access to Lake Smith. All boats, including canoes and kayaks, must have a valid City of Norfolk Boat Permit as the water is governed by the City of Norfolk .

Little Island Park

3820 S. Sandpiper Road | Provides access to the Atlantic Ocean or Back Bay. From the parking area you will need to transport your canoe/kayak approximately 50 yards.

Lotus Garden Park

1289 Sandbridge Road | Provides access to Ashville Bridge Creek, Muddy Creek and North Bay. This small roadside park is on the south side of Sandbridge Road with launch points on both sides of the road .

Lynnhaven Boat & Beach Facility

3576 Piedmont Circle | Provides access to the Lynnhaven River and Chesapeake Bay.

Munden Point Park

2001 Pefley Lane | Provides access to Oakum Creek. Ample on-site parking.

Owl Creek Boat Ramp

717 General Booth Blvd | Provides access to Rudee Inlet

Pleasure House Point Natural Area

3957 Marlin Bay Drive | Provides access to Pleasure House Creek, Crab Creek and the Lynnhaven River. Kayaks/canoes can be launched from the beach; please do not launch from raised berms . Ample parking is available along Marlin Bay Drive .

Pungo Ferry Landing Park

2272 Old Pungo Ferry Road | Provides access to the North Landing River

Stumpy Lake Natural Area

4797 Indian River Road | Provides access to Stumpy Lake. Ample parking is available at the fishing pier and near the canoe/kayak launch.

Thalia Creek Launch

333 Thalia Road | Provides access to Thalia Creek and Lynnhaven River


Truly a paddler's paradise, Florida has diverse ecosystems and pristine waters that nature lovers can really appreciate. You can spot abundant wildlife in the lush landscapes as you float through miles of pristine beauty in one of Florida's most picturesque places to go kayaking.