Each person will be equipped with a canoe or kayak, a paddle, and a PFD. They will also be driven from the meetup spot (the take out) to the starting point of the paddle.
Please dress for the weather! Hats, sunblock, sunglasses, layered clothing, water shoes, swimsuit. These items may end up wet or possibly muddy, fyi.. A dry bag for your phone, camera and keys if you choose to bring them.. We are not responsible for any lost or damaged possessions. A small cooler with beverages and snacks is a great way to enjoy the paddle even more.
Depending on which trip you book, please meet at the "Meeting Spot" described on the River Trips Page
The length of the trip varies with the wind, water level and amount of actual paddling. Your driver will let you know the water level the day of the trip. A wind from the south will slow you down, A wind from the North West will help you along. We encourage you to paddle while on the water. It is generally better to arrive at the end a bit to early rather then an hour longer than expected. You may want to stop along the way to stretch your legs. Please try to get back to the take out in the suggested amount of time.
Yes, everyone must make a reservation. Choose the Book Now button on the River Trips page to see what your options are.
All customers must sign a waiver and minors (under age 18) must have a guardian sing for them. Waivers will be filled out on your van ride from the meeting spot to your starting spot
Our cancellation policy allows a customer to cancel a paddle for a full refund up until 24 hours prior to their schedule time. Please watch the weather to make sure the weather suits yours needs.. We paddle in the sun and rain and everything in between.
You can check the water level here. Days following a good rain make for great paddles. Generally windless days are much better than windy days. A hard south wind will make for tough paddling.. Look at the maps located on the River Trips page to see what direction the river flows and if the wind will be helping you or making it tougher. Again, we encourage you to paddle because some parts of the river will be a tail wind and other parts will have a head win.