Guided Segway Ecotours
We offer two unique Segway tours of varying length and terrain. On each tour, you'll be riding smack through Nature on your way out to destinations of incomparable beauty and intriguing history. Each excursion offers stunning scenery and fabulous wildlife opportunities. So you don't miss anything your guide points out, you'll be comfortably equipped with wireless listening device. Our parks are ideal places to learn to ride a Segway. Their gorgeous setting and wide-open spaces make the pre-tour "feets-on training" relaxing and fun for new and experienced riders alike.
What to wear
Casual clothing that is appropriate for the weather. Visors or baseball caps are helpful during summer. Please wear flat-soled footwear or sneakers. No flip flops or walking Shape-Up shoes (or other curved rocking shoes).
- All riders must be at least 14 years of age and under 260 pounds (no exceptions).
- Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- A fun, relaxed Segway-riding Training session included before each tour.
- Riders are required to wear a helmet and listening device provided.
- For your safety, cell phones and cameras may not be used while riding the Segway. However, there is always a photo break for picture taking on each tour.
- All participants must sign a Liability and Personal Responsibility Waiver.
Segway Tour descriptions
Trail to Point Isabel - Ft George Island- 1.25 hours
This tour is 1.25hr. long, which includes the prep and practice in the field. The trail has varied terrain with ancient dunes, tree arches and expansive water views. You will pass relics of shell mounds from Island's pre-historic villages, and coastal plants used for Mocama / Timucuan Indians for food, shelter, medicines, and decorations. Fort George Inlet along the Timucuan Preserve is famous for its clear waters, and panoramas of marshes, sand bars, and dunes. Overhead you'll see sprawling oaks, giant magnolias, and aerial gardens of ferns, Spanish moss, and orchids. Keep your eyes peeled for fascinating gopher tortoises, armadillos, colorful lizards, birds, butterflies and more. $75/person
Trail to Kingsley Plantation - Ft George Island - 2 hours
With a little more time you can take the longer trail to Kingsley Plantation. Part of the Timucuan Preserve, Kingsley Plantation was famous for its sea island cotton. We'll take a short break here to learn about the fascinating Kingsley history and view the original structures, including the remains of slave cabins made of tabby oyster shell construction. $95/person