PLEASE LET TRIP LEADER KNOW IF YOU PLAN ON COMING TO A PADDLE SO HE OR SHE CAN CONTACT YOU IN THE EVENT OF A CANCELLATION.
|Please keep in mind that the club requires that each participant wear a properly fastened PFD. The Coast Guard also requires that every paddler must have a whistle. Always bring plenty of food and water for yourself. Non-members may participate in up to two (2) day paddle trips to see if they like club activities before they decide to join as a member. Our trips are rated on a 1 to 5 scale with 1 being the easiest and 5 being the most intense. Expect every paddle to have its dangers and decide if it is right for you and your skill level. Most of all, plan to come and have a great time!
Want to join in but not on the water? How about a casual bicycle ride on county trails and along the beach often culminating in a meal at a locally owned restaurant? See the calendar for more details.
Club Member Marilyn Sullivan leading a paddle at Estuary Day
If you are interested in learning more about the environment in which you are paddling, you might want to participate in the Florida Paddling Trails Paddler's Environmental Toolkit Training (PETT). If there is enough interest, the club will schedule a course in our area. For more information, view this Adobe PDF document
. Please contact Club Member Marilyn Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org
by February 1 if you want to take the course.
Contact Ric Lovinsky if you are interested in making your own Greenland paddle or building a skin-on-frame kayak. Ric's email is email@example.com