Get wrapped up in the history of the area while taking in the beautiful scenery at the Preserve.
1. Audio tour at guided tours
Explore Kingsley Plantation at your own pace with the walking Tour. Perfect tour for a family outing. Learn about the history of the plantation and the people who lived there in the late 1700’s and 1800’s. This “Lion’s Story Teller” audio tour lasts about 1 hour and is at no cost to you.
2. Kayaking tour with Kayak Amelia
Experience the state parks with a view from the water. Kayak Amelia offers guided tours with no prior experience needed. Learn about the wildlife and ecosystems in the area. Book one of the many guided tours for your next visit!
3. Photo at Boneyard Beach
Perfect photo opportunity on Boneyard Beach. The beach is easily accessible from the parking lot. Walk up and down the shoreline and explore! See the fallen oaks and palm trees that line the beach. After visiting, you’ll understand why this beach got the name “boneyard”.
Extend your trip and stay the night at Little Talbot Island. With plenty of camping options from full facility campsites for those traveling in RVs to tent camping. Make a reservation at the campsite that is best for you!
A bike trail for all skill levels. Bike this 4.8 mile trail extending both on Big Talbot Island and Little Talbot Island.