If you have not included the activity package when you registered for the Summit, you may choose to prepay for the activities for yourself and/or your friends/family by signing up online, or pay for individual activities on-site.
Monday, June 06
2:00 PM Golf at Amelia River Club
Known for its incredibly smooth TifEagle greens, manicured fairways and challenging pin positions, Amelia River is one of the most prestigious courses in all of North Florida. Sculpted around a forest of live Oaks, Sabal Palms, Pines and Wax Myrtles, this Tom Jackson designed track plays to 6,808 yards from the back tees, Amelia River Golf Club offers a challenge to all skill levels. Large greens and rolling fairways are a trademark of Amelia River.
Whether a true beginner or a single digit handicapper, the par 72 course is a challenge golfers of all skill levels.
2:00 PM Bike Eco-Tour in Talbot Island State Park
Peddle thru Northeast Florida's parks, on gently rolling nature trails through tree hammocks, pine flats, and ancient dunes systems teeming with Florida's diverse wild residents.
2:00 PM Fishing Charter
The surrounding waters on Amelia Island offer a variety of saltwater fishing opportunities. Summer fishermen will find numerous fishing opportunities in Amelia's waters, from catching freshwater bass with a noisy surface plug during the first few minutes of daylight, to high-speed trolling for blue marlin in water depths that drop off sharply from 100 to 1,000 feet of water.
Tuesday, June 07
2:00 PM Cabana Pool Party Resort pool
Sunbathing, Refreshments, Cabana relaxing and more!
Join the Selligent team for some R & R, networking and fun at the Resort pool of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel at Amelia Island, 2-5pm!
2:00 PM Golf on Oak Marsh Course
The Oak Marsh Golf Course is one of the truly classic Pete Dye-designed golf courses in the world. The course, built in 1972 shortly after the completion of the Harbour Town Golf Links at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is noted for its tight fairways and small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks for which Amelia Island is famous.
At par 72, this 6,500-yard course has 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulk headed greens. A variety of bunkers are placed throughout the course to add to the challenge and a natural approach has been maintained as well with the use of coquina shell cart paths, native plant life and preserved habitats for the local wildlife. Walking is allowed after 4:00 p.m.
2:00 PM Kayak Eco-Tour in Talbot Island State Park
Come face to face with egrets, herons and maybe even a dolphin, manatee or sea turtle while Kayaking at Amelia. Basic safety and paddle instruction will be provided. Beginners make up more than 90 percent of Kayak Amelia's clientele, so nothing to worry about! You will be safe with the sport, island and fun experts!
2:00 PM Beach Trail Horseback Riding
No visit to Amelia Island is complete without a horseback ride along the pristine shore. The gentle and well-trained horses and professional guides give visitors a fun and novel way to enjoy Amelia's fantastic white-sand beaches and the beauty of the ocean.