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Compare prices and find the best deal for the Palmetto La Perla. Rates from $ This is one of the best paddles you've never heard of. Your launch point is hidden behind a private campground in Palmetto, the Frog Creek. Right across from the main entrance to Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, our Shelter Cove Marina is home to a variety of watersports. Everything from kayaks.

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Palmetto La Perla

Av. La Marina , Lima, Peru

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  • Hotel Room

    You’ll have a private room with all the hotel’s amenities

  • Clean and Tidy

    This stay has listed several different cleanliness practices.

  • Freebies

    This stay includes Wi-Fi, Breakfast, and Parking for free

Located in Callao (La Perla), Palmetto La Perla is within a 5-minute drive of Leyendas Park and Minka Shopping Centre. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a hour front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.

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  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Room service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking
  • Business center
  • Wi-Fi available in all areas
  • Flat-screen TV
  • TV
  • Cable or satellite TV

Health and safety

  • Daily housekeeping
  • Contactless check-in/check-out
  • Face masks for guests available
  • Physical distancing in dining areas
  • Physical distancing rules
  • First-aid kit
  • CCTV in common areas
  • CCTV outside property
  • Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas
  • Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas
  • Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus
  • hour security
  • Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays
  • Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning
  • Thermometers for guests provided by property
  • All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized
  • Safe
  • Delivered food is securely covered
  • Guests can opt-out of accommodation cleaning
  • Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities

Basics

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi available in all areas
  • Internet
  • Linens
  • Fan
  • Towels
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Free toiletries
  • Shampoo
  • Smoke alarms
  • Heating
  • Adapter
  • Body soap
  • Air-conditioned
  • Trash cans
  • Conditioner

Services and conveniences

  • Ticket service
  • Business center
  • Wake-up service
  • Safety deposit box
  • Concierge service
  • Currency exchange on-site
  • Room service
  • Tour desk
  • Key card access
  • 24hr front desk

Bathroom

  • Shower
  • Spa bath
  • Hairdryer
  • Toilet
  • Toilet paper
  • Bathrobe
  • Walk-in shower
  • Private bathroom

General

  • Family rooms
  • Seating area
  • Slippers
  • Sofa
  • Telephone
  • Carpeted
  • City view
  • Storage available

Accessibility and suitability

  • Entire unit wheelchair accessible
  • Increased accessibility
  • Elevator
  • Accessible by elevator
  • No smoking
  • Non-feather pillow
  • Upper floors accessible by elevator

Parking and transportation

  • Airport shuttle (surcharge)
  • Free parking
  • Shuttle service (additional charge)
  • Private parking

Media and entertainment

  • Flat-screen TV
  • Shared lounge/TV area
  • Cable or satellite TV
  • TV

Laundry

  • Ironing service
  • Laundry facilities
  • Laundry service
  • Drying rack for clothing

Dining

  • Minibar
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Food can be delivered to guest accommodation

Bedroom

  • Socket near the bed
  • Clothes rack
  • Wardrobe or closet

Workspace

Pool and spa

Family friendly

Av. La Marina , Lima

  • Museo Larco mi
  • Museo Nacional de Arqueología Antropología e Historia del Perú mi
  • Parque de la Reserva mi
  • Sanctuary of Las Nazarenas mi
  • Amano Museum mi
  • Santo Domingo Monastery mi
  • Plaza Mayor mi
  • Cathedral of Lima mi
  • Aliaga Virreynal House mi
  • Government Palace mi
  • Saint Francis Monastery mi
  • Huaca Pucllana mi

Check-in/Check-out

Check in anytime after PM, check out anytime before PM

Cancellation/prepayment

Cancellation/prepayment policies vary by room type and provider.
  • Palmetto La Perla is located at Av. La Marina , 5 miles from the center of Lima. Museo Larco is the closest landmark to Palmetto La Perla.

  • Check-in time is PM and check-out time is PM at Palmetto La Perla.

  • Yes, Palmetto La Perla offers free Wi-Fi.

  • Yes, Palmetto La Perla offers free parking.

  • No, Palmetto La Perla does not offer free airport shuttle service.

  • Palmetto La Perla is miles from Lima J Chavez Intl.

  • No, Palmetto La Perla does not have a pool onsite.

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$60 full day of paddling

The kayak/canoe launch area is around the corner from the office, and you can drive up to the creek to unload your gear before moving your vehicle to a parking area.

Reservations are recommended but not required. Call


Camping at the Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground

Full hookups, including & amp electric, for rigs up to 42 feet. Heated pool, complimentary clubhouse and jam-packed social calendar. Restrooms with showers and laundry facilities, all ADA compliant.

Rates

Winter (Nov. 1-Apr. 1) — $80 per night. (Weekly, $; Monthly, $)

Summer (Apr. 1-Nov. 1) — $45 (Weekly, $; Monthly, $)

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Directions to Frog Creek put-in at Frog Creek RV Resort

Take I North to exit , (I North) toward St. Petersburg. Take exit 2 off I and merge onto US 41 N/S (Tamiami Trail). Drive for approximately ½ mile and turn left onto Bayshore Rd. Frog Creek RV Park is on the right.


Frog Creek paddle is Chapter 7 in “More Paddles in Paradise,” by Ed and Deb Higgins. 

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Related Links

Terra Ceia Preserve State Park

Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground

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Ed and Pat Higgins

Ed and Deb Higgins

Ed and Deb Higgins are the authors of “Paddles In Paradise” and “More Paddles in Paradise.” Ed is a retired chief of Lynn, MA fire department. An avid fisherman and canoeist, he was also an instructor in the Aquatic Resources Program for Massachusetts. Deb was a Certified Microsoft Engineer with various roles within the City of Lynn Comptroller’s Office and the Lynn Fire Department, computerizing payroll, accounting and record-keeping. The couple retired and moved to Punta Gorda in , where they lead a kayak group within the Punta Gorda Boat Club.

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After several requests, I decided to put the kayak camera monopod conversion on the blog.  It is still available for free download in PDF form on the "Downloads" section of the Palmetto Kayak Fishing website.  Here is the direct link if you prefer to download the instructions. - Paul

I&#;ve built quite a few different camera mounting poles over the years and thought I would share a very simple
design that doesn&#;t cost much to make. It will fit any 1&#;&#; commercial or PVC rod holder. An aluminum
Targus telescoping monopod is the main component of the build; specifically, the TG-MP model that can be found at Walmart ($15) or Radio Shack ($). Target sells one as well &#; the TG-MP ($) &#; that is silver in color and almost identical except for a narrower foam grip.

1. Targus TG-MP Monopod ($$)   
 

2. Hacksaw (or Dremel Tool)                                
 

3. Phillips Head Screwdriver       

4.  9/32&#; Drill Bit

5. 1&#; Rubber Chair Tip (Ace Hardware, $)


6. PKF decal available on the website (j/k-optional)


The beauty of this whole build is that you don&#;t need to purchase a bunch of different parts. Assuming you
have all the basic tools pictured, all that is needed is the monopod and the 1&#; rubber chair end cap.

STEP 1: Remove the lanyard and set aside. Slide the foam grip to uncover the 3 screws that hold the camera mounting base in place. Unscrew each of these 3 screws to remove the camera base from the pole.

STEP 2: On the opposite end of the pole, unscrew the rubber foot until it will go no further. Using a hacksaw

or Dremel tool, cut the threaded post as pictured leaving approximately 3/8&#; exposed. If you are using a
Dremel tool, it is easier to cut away the rubber foot and then cut the post. Discard the rubber foot as it is not
needed.

 

STEP 3: Flip the camera mounting head over and locate the center hole. Use a 9/32&#; drill bit, and bore the

existing hole out by hand approximately 1/8&#; deep. This will allow you to easily thread the mounting base onto the post you just cut at the opposite end of the monopod.

The material feels like graphite and the camera head will self-thread very securely to the post using this method.  For extra security, add marine epoxy to the threads although this step is not necessarily needed.



STEP 4:Slide the 1&#; rubber chair tip cap onto the opposite end of the post.


Additional notes:I use this setup with a GoPro HD camera that has its own adjustable mount, eliminating the need for any sort of directional adjustment. If you are using another style of camera and/or need to add more adjustment capabilities, simply purchase a &#;mini tripod ball head&#;. This component is designed screw into the &#;&#; bolt on the monopod and will allow you to adjust the angle of any camera. They cost around $






Get creative with it and add a screw in mount for your kayak lightone pole, multiple functions!



Enjoy! - Paul
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$50 full day of paddling

Tandem Kayak or Canoe Rental: $22 per hour

Palmetto

Awesome boat. If you paddle narrow quietwaters and want the look and seaworthiness of a touring kayak the palmetto is great. It is highly agile and will comfortably seat a big paddler up to lbs.

I find a weekends worth of gear fits with no problem, thanks to the fact that Hurricane finally put some real hatches on it. The thin bulkheads are also nice because they maximize space in the biggest part of the boats storage area.

I have found the kayak to be steady and predictable on the water. Some might not think it to be fast enough, because it hits its hull speed quick. It is however efficient and requires minimal effort to keep it moving.

I think it is the best small plastic kayak I have seen yet for day/weekend paddling on protected waters.

The only real special outfitting I have done to mine is heel pads and an endurance seat pad system from sea air sports. I am kind of a fanatic on comfort every kayak I get, is immediately upgraded.

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Frog Creek in Palmetto

Frog Creek in Palmetto. (Photo: Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground)


This is one of the best paddles you’ve never heard of.

Your launch point is hidden behind a private campground in Palmetto, the Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground.

The resort is really not difficult to find, and while campers are familiar with it, not many paddlers know about it. You can launch your avenues chess kayak ($10 fee) or rent one. 

What makes this paddle remarkable is that in one trip, it encompasses two completely different environments — a canopied fresh water cypress and oak creek with open water areas flowing into tidal salt water mangrove tunnels.  

When you enter the creek and paddle off to your right from the launch you enter very old Florida scenery and are surrounded by an overhanging canopy of cypress, oak, palms and a plethora of Spanish moss.

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Frog Creek in Palmetto


Live oak along Frog Creek


There are palmetto kayak magnificent old Live Oaks along the early part of the paddle which will make you stop and stare in wonder.

We first did this in April, and along the way we saw a myriad of morning glories, wild petunias and bright red fire bush. You will also see and hear many Florida birds, palmetto kayak, including Roseate spoonbills, herons, osprey and hawks.

On our most recent paddle in September, the flowers and wildlife were not as abundant, palmetto kayak, but that can most likely be attributed to the extremely hot weather we had this summer. It is a beautiful paddle notwithstanding.

Frog Creek and Terra Ceia Preserve State Park in Palmetto

Frog Creek and Terra Ceia Preserve State Park in Palmetto

About 25 minutes into your paddle, you’ll come to a large area of open water where you see a change in the flora from old cypress and oak to salt water mangroves.

You are entering Terra Ceia Preserve State Park, two-thousand acres of wetlands, mud flats, mangrove forests, marshes, and tidal ponds.

Along the way you can see several Sewanee swimming shell mounds — garbage dumps, if you will — some of which archaeological evidence date to 8, BC.

Frog Creek and Terra Ceia Preserve State Park in Palmetto

Great Blue Heron on Frog Creek in Palmetto. (Photo: Deb and Ed Higgins)


You will now be paddling through some open and some narrow mangroves in a complete change of scenery from the first part of the trip. This palmetto kayak tidal water, and although it was very shallow the day we did it, we had no problem.

A high or slack tide would probably be ideal.

There are no houses along this paddle, palmetto kayak, but you are never far from road noise, and the closer you get to the end, the noise increases. 

Frog Creek and Terra Ceia Preserve State Park in Palmetto

Frog Creek and Terra Ceia Preserve State Park in Palmetto


If you are unsure which mangrove tunnel to take, just head toward noise on I There are some ribbon markers along the way to help you stay on course, and the RV resort will give you a trail map as well.

When you come to the two I bridges, go under them and head to the third bridge you see (Terra Ceia Road). The white steep bank directly in front of you is your takeout/turnaround point.

A planned shuttle service is still not operating, but with a second vehicle, you palmetto kayak arrange your own shuttle from the takeout at Terra Ceia Road (77th Street East) (see this map). 

You can do it either one way from the campground and shuttle back, or as we did, paddle back the miles charter oak youth sports for a palmetto kayak hour trip.

This paddle is really the best of both worlds, and despite the fact that you can hear some road traffic from I along the paddle, palmetto kayak, you will very soon tune it palmetto kayak and enjoy where you are.

This is definitely the best paddle you’ve never heard of and palmetto kayak must do.


Planning your trip to Frog Creek in Palmetto

Paddle on Frog Creek (video)

Getting there: Take Exit 2 off I and merge onto US 41 North (Tamiami Trail). Drive ½ mile and turn left onto Bayshore Rd. Frog Creek RV Park is on the right at Bayshore Road, Palmetto, FL

After you arrive at the campground stop at the main office to pay the $10 launch fee or to rent a canoe/kayak.

The kayak/canoe launch area is around the corner from the office, and you can drive right up to the creek and unload your gear before moving your vehicle to a palmetto kayak area. It has an easy kayak launch area and there is plenty of parking, although during the fall and winter season it can get crowded with camper’s vehicles and you may be directed to use alternate parking.

For the best wilderness experience, we always try to do our paddles during the week and out of season.


Kayaking at Frog Creek

After you arrive at the campground, stop at the main office to pay either the palmetto kayak launch fee, or you can rent a canoe or kayak.

Single Kayak or Canoe Rental: $15 per hour

About Our River

Frog Creek is a unique river experience where one minute you are cruising below a canopy of moss laced trees, and the next minute you are paddling through palmetto kayak. The river flows through Terra Ceia Preserve where a rich history of Florida can be discovered.

Terra Ceia has archaeological sites dating back to 8, B.C., which were primarily hunting and camping sites, palmetto kayak. Temple and burial mounds are also located in Terra Ceia from Indians who were established in sport chek survey area long before Europeans discovered the land.

By the 17th century, Terra Ceia was settled by Cuban families making a living off of fishing for redfish, jumpsuit vero moda trout, and pompano.

Throughout this river you will discover rich wildlife and beautiful scenery where you can escape from the bustle of life for a few hours.

We hope you enjoy Frog Creek and all the natural wonders our river has to offer.
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$50 half day (3 hrs.)

Explore Congaree National Park like never before.

Paddle South Carolina’s only National Park and navigate the winding waters of Cedar Creek with our guided canoe tour, palmetto kayak. This old growth forest is home to some of the tallest trees in Eastern North America.

The best way to view the Park.

Paddling through South Carolina’s only National Park is the best way to view this old growth forest. By canoes, your group is able to explore the interior of Congaree National Park that is not easily accessible by trails.

 

Our Story

It all started with a couple of tubes, life jackets, and a desire to get people outside. Michael Mayo, the Executive Director of Palmetto Outdoor, has since turned his simple love for the outdoors into the largest tubing outfitter in South Carolina, palmetto kayak, palmetto kayak the South East.

Today, there are multiple trip offerings- like our guided Congaree National Park Canoe tour that’s offered year round. Now people from all over the country come to explore the Three Rivers Region and what it has to offer.

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The Hidden Gem of Columbia

Although located just outside pumpkin spice crickets city’s center, the Three Rivers Region transports you to a remote getaway with small white water rapids and Spanish Moss hanging from the tree canopy.

Discover what Columbia has in store for you.

New to the area? Visiting Columbia for the first time? Just want palmetto kayak check out what you’ve been missing in your own backyard? You’ve come to the right place. Check out all the different ways you can explore Columbia with Palmetto Outdoor.

 

Planning a trip? Check out the FAQs.

What trips are offered? What do you bring? Where do you meet? What times are trips? All this and more can be found on palmetto kayak FAQ page.

Reserve your trip online, today, palmetto kayak.

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$60 full day of paddling

The kayak/canoe launch area is around the corner from the office, and you can drive up to the creek to unload your gear before moving your vehicle to a parking area.

Reservations are recommended but not required. Call


Camping at the Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground

Full hookups, palmetto kayak, including & amp electric, for rigs up to 42 feet, palmetto kayak. Heated pool, complimentary clubhouse and jam-packed social calendar. Restrooms with showers and laundry facilities, all ADA compliant.

Rates

Winter (Nov. 1-Apr. 1) — $80 per night. (Weekly, $; Monthly, $)

Summer (Apr. 1-Nov. 1) — $45 (Weekly, $; Monthly, $)

Book online at casinoextra.fr, palmetto kayak call:


Directions to Frog Creek put-in at Frog Creek RV Resort

Take I North to exitpalmetto kayak, (I North) toward St. Petersburg. Take exit 2 off I and merge onto US 41 N/S (Tamiami Trail). Drive for approximately ½ mile and turn left onto Bayshore Rd. Frog Creek RV Park is on the right.


Frog Creek paddle is Chapter 7 in “More Paddles in Paradise,” by Ed and Deb Higgins. 

“Paddles in Paradise” and palmetto kayak Paddles in Paradise” are available on Amazon: Paddles in Paradise, palmetto kayak. $ on Amazon. More Paddles in Paradise. $ on Amazon.

Or you can purchase both books at a discount on their web site, casinoextra.fr The books may also be available at your local bookstore.


Related Links

Terra Ceia Preserve State Park

Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground

A note from the editor:

The information in this article was accurate when published but can change without notice. Please confirm details when planning your trip by following the links in this article.

This article is the property of casinoextra.fr and is protected by U.S. Copyright Law. Re-publication without written permission is against the law.


Ed and Pat Higgins

Ed and Deb Higgins

Ed and Deb Higgins are the authors of “Paddles In Paradise” and “More Paddles in Paradise.” Ed is a retired chief of Lynn, MA fire department. Palmetto kayak avid fisherman and canoeist, he was also an instructor in the Aquatic Resources Program for Massachusetts, palmetto kayak. Deb was a Certified Microsoft Engineer with various roles within the City of Lynn Comptroller’s Office and the Lynn Fire Department, computerizing payroll, accounting and record-keeping. The couple retired and moved to Punta Gorda inwhere they lead palmetto kayak kayak group within the Punta Gorda Boat Club.

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$35 Half Day (3 hrs.)

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