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Outing
Guana River Sunset Kayak

When:

Jul 24, 2010
Saturday 6:45 - 9:00 p.m.

Details:

Join us for a beautiful and informative two hour paddle at sunset with Ripple Effect Kayak Ecotours (http://rippleeffectecotours.com).  Never kayaked before?  Don't have a kayak?  No problem. 

The kayaks are outfitted with lights (if we need them). They are tandem (two-person) kayaks, so bring a buddy or be prepared to team up.  The price includes kayak rental, instructions, a naturalist guide, photos, and free passes to the Guana Environmental Educational Center.  Price is a discounted $45 per person.  Ages 12 and up welcome.   There is a $3 entrance fee to Guana if you don’t have a pass.

You must make reservations by Jul 20.  Call Ripple Effect at 904-347-1565 to make reservations and payment.  Be sure to say that you are with Sierra Club to get the discount.  Also, please RSVP on Meetup or to Outing Leader Bill Armstrong

Contact Information:

Northeast Florida Group & Ripple Effect Kayak Ecotours
Bill Armstrong (904) 880-7702
armsfam@yahoo.com

Directions:

The entrance to Guana (Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Reserve) and the dam is on the west side of A1A approximately 17 miles south of Butler Boulevard. The entrance is just north of the Gate service station on A1A.

Read more at this website

     
     

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