The address above is their official address but google maps will put you about 3/4 mile away. Use this link please and go to their Dundee location. They have two location on opposite sides of the park.
GPS coordinates to the parking lot
Meet at the Ultimate Water Sports area in the marina at 9:45. We'll start kayaking at 10 when they open. I want to get there before the crowd and before it gets hot.
You can bring your own kayak and put in on the beach. They also rent kayaks for hourly and daily rates. Check the site for details. I think it is $20/hr for a sit-in kayak and $15/hr for a sit on top kayak. PFD and paddle are included.
The max they will charge you is for 3 hours. I plan to be out for a long time and make the best use of my rental cost. :)
This is a flat water kayaking event. There are two paths we can take. Head East then North to go around the peninsula and head toward the Hammerman Beach location. If we hug the coast it is about 12 miles of total distance. If we make a bee line it is about 10 miles and about 3.5 hours. We'll go as far as the group is comfortable and has time for. There is lots of great wild life to see on the way. Last time I saw an entire family of foxes this direction.
Or we can go South and meander along various coastlines that look to be inhabited and built up and make it to Middle River Airport. Also about 8-10 miles round trip.
Bring a hat, water, sunscreen and clothes you don't mind getting dirty and wet. And don't bring your phones. I bricked a $600 Galaxy Note 2 last week doing this.
There will be a post-kayak lunch at Double T diner at the intersection of Ebenezer and Rte 40.
This is cross posted with the 20s/30s hiking around Maryland group and the Cecil and Harford County Outdoor Enthusiast group.
I have set the RSVP limit to the max I am willing to lead by myself. If anybody else is an experienced kayaker and wants to help lead, let me know and I can add more RSVP spots.
This is also not intended for beginners since we are going for speed and distance (in other words exercise). But if someone is an experienced kayaker and wants to co-lead a slower group, let me know.