Snaggy Bend Outfitters has been the #1 choice for boat rentals & shuttles to Cypress Springs here in Vernon, FL for years. We've changed our name to Cypress Springs Adventures, but we're still the same family business with the same great rentals.
CYPRESS SPRINGS ADVENTURES (Yep, we used to be Snaggy Bend Outfitters)
The only way to see the extraordinary beauty of Cypress Springs is by kayak, canoe, or paddle board. And we rent them all. Got your own boat? Come on. We'll shuttle you and your boat for a small fee, too. Mike and his crew are ready to make your day!
Cypress Springs Location
Located just outside of Vernon, FL this experience is a MUST if you're anywhere in the area. Only 40 minutes due North of Panama City Beach and easily accessible from the Destin or 30-A panhandle areas.
We're only 20 minutes South of I-10. Take Exit 112 / Hwy 79.
Cypress Springs Adventures is just two miles outside of Vernon, Florida on Highway 277. We’re situated on a section of Holmes Creek the old timers call Snaggy Bend. We are only about one mile downstream from the famous Cypress Springs and offer the shortest route to and from the Springs.
Pack a picnic lunch and some drinks. Bring plenty of suntan lotion for your trip. We will furnish everything you need except your lunch and your bug spray! Spend a couple of hours or all day. We get busy during the summer, so call ahead. Then all you have to worry about is the fun! Sorry, no children under 2 or pets allowed.
Tucked away off of the main channel of Holmes Creek, you'll get to enjoy paddling Holmes Creek to and from the Springs as well. Keep an eye out as this is a great place for seeing Florida wildlife and plants as well.
"I can't believe it's taken me so many years to leave the beach while on vacation and discover this magical part of Florida."
"Now I know why the original attractions that brought visitors to Florida were the Natural Springs and not the beach! This place is something you can't explain to anyone. You just have to experience for yourself."
"I've never seen anything like the water at Cypress Springs. I didn't want to leave. I just wished I had a full snorkel mask so I could see everything under water as well!"