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Our company was founded on the belief that everyone should have the opportunity and basic knowledge to enjoy the outdoors in a respectful and responsible manner. Each of our guided adventures starts and ends following the principles of "Leave No Trace".

Enjoying the outdoors is our passion and we look forward to sharing our skills and experience with others.

Adventures we offer at this time are listed below.

We will add to this list as demand for other services increases.

Guided Camping –

Our camping outings are perfect for beginners, families and out of town visitors. We can provide all the gear with set up and tear down of campsite, meals and preparation. We are onsite at all times provide camp activities including the S’mores. We DO NOT rent our equipment. Outings can be scheduled from 1-14 days and are available for single persons to groups up to 50 persons.

Guided Hiking -

Florida presents the perfect destination for hikers to explore and experience the Sunshine State’s natural and history with thousands of miles of trails. If

you are looking for a trail to hike on your own or want a guide to point out many different things you may miss on your own, just give us a call.

Guided Kayaking and Canoeing –

Florida includes freshwater and saltwater kayaking and canoeing options. You can choose from calm streams to rushing water. With more than 1,350 miles of coastline and more than 1,700 miles of rivers, streams and creeks( many formed by Florida’s more than 700 natural springs) You won’t have to look far for a great place to paddle.

Other Activities –

We offer many additional services as well including, but not limited to, Outdoor Skills Classes, Nature in the Classroom presentations, Primitive Cooking Classes, Bird Watching, Basic Survival, Public Speaking, Leave No Trace instruction, Scouting Adventures and more.


Florida Rentals

Best Things to do in Tampa, Fl - Known for its lively neighborhoods, fun annual events, and waterfront location, Tampa has something for everyone. There’s so much to see and do in Tampa. So how do you narrow it down? That’s where we’re here to help. We’ve listed our top 13 favorite attractions in the area below. From eateries to events and everything in between, we hope we’ve added some inspiration to your Tampa, FL trip itinerary.

RAW Feature

Our feature in R.A.W. Magazine

Sarasota Magazine

Five Overnight Adventures for Campers Old and New - Whether you’re a seasoned pro or it’s your first time out, our region offers camping experiences for everyone.

July 2011 we were interviewed for the morning news segments at Fox 13 in Tampa

tbo online

In May 2011 we were featured in the Tampa Tribune’s Baylife & Travel section (Mother’s Day weekend).  Click to read the article here


Check out our profile at FYCCN! The Wildlife Foundation of Florida and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) have created a bold new program, the Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network (FYCCN). Creating destinations that are magnets for our young people. In other words, make them want to go outside.

Giving Back to Our Community

Giving back to the communities where we work and live is a deeply held value at Not a Clue Adventures. We are proud that our contributions, leadership and volunteer efforts help create strong communities–providing a better environment for clients and neighbors to live. As a company, and as individuals, we support a wide variety of organizations by volunteering and providing much-needed resources. We invite you to join us in making the world a better place for our families, friends and neighbors.

Florida Wild Mammal Association


Not a Clue Adventures is a proud supporter of FWMA

The Florida Wild Mammal Association (FWMA) was established in 1994 to rescue, rehabilitate, and release the sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in Wakulla and the surrounding counties. The other main focus has been public education on wildlife issues. We ask that you take a look at this wonderful organization and consider joining us in contributing a monthly donation for all they are doing for our wild neighbors!

FWMA rescued over 7,000 mammals, birds and reptiles, over 1000 in 2007 alone and their numbers are still on the rise. Served Wakulla, Franklin, Leon, Taylor and Jefferson Counties and part of Leon County. Been supported 100% by donations and grants. Been a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Offered ongoing educational demonstrations for local schools.

Jeanene Arrington Fisher, Lead Guide & Owner

Our passion is educating and empowering future outdoors enthusiasts

for the benefit of protecting and preserving our wild places.