Floating on top of the crystal-clear waters of the Edwards Aquifer, paddlers can look forward to learning about the unique history of Spring Lake, one of the longest continually inhabited sites in North America, and the protection of its critical habitat, which supports eight endangered and threatened species. Paddlers can also anticipate seeing a variety of wildlife, such as turtles, fish, and aquatic plants, all with a trained and knowledgeable guide available to answer questions. The 1.5-hour experience includes the following: Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake Check-in, safety, and skills debrief Hour-long guided stand-up paddling tour Space is limited to eight people per tour, and participants must be 12 years or older. The weight limit for the stand-up paddleboards is 285 pounds. All gear, such as life jackets, paddleboards, and paddles, will be provided by the Meadows Center. Beginner and experienced stand-up paddlers are welcome.