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Baypines Paddling Trip

Join us Sun Oct 6th for a kayak trip on the inter-coastal / Cross Bayou starting at Bay Pines Veterans Park. We'll meet at the shop at 9am. We'll stop at an island for a lunch break before heading back.

Reservation Required Please call[masked] to make reservation and payment.  Please call the shop by Fri before the trip to reserve your spot

Guides and Lunch included. $20/own kayak or $50/rental kayak.

RESERVATIONS AND PAYMENT required to sign up.

Please Do not just RSVP on the site your space will not be held until you call the shop and Pay.

Call us at[masked] to sign up by Friday before the trip. Space is limited, (Many trips fill up several weeks in advance so don’t wait till the Friday before to sign up or we may not have any spaces left.) Times, dates, location subject to change. Confirm before trip.

What to Bring. Plenty to Drink, water shoes, sun screen, Hat, Bug repellent, snack, waterproof flashlight (at night), towel, change of clothes and shoes, Dry Bag, Sunglasses with lanyard, Appropriate clothes for conditions (bathing suit or light weight fast drying sun protective clothes when warm; Fleece, wool, or other layers of cold weather paddling gear when cold.) (Don't wear blue jeans or cotton t-shirts when on the water when it’s cold: they dry very slowly and will make you colder when wet or damp.)

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  • Thomas D.

    Our first trip on the new schedule was an enjoyable day on the water. The weather was right but the tides where off. We had to paddle around some oyster bars but otherwise it was an easy ride up the Cross Bayou to the Cajun Café (we unfortunately weren’t able to get out for a drink). Coming back it was some work especially at the oyster bars which were like little rapids as we paddled over them and into the wind on the final stretch to the island for lunch. We saw Osprey’s watching us in the trees, Roseate Spoon bills feeding in the shallow water under the mangroves, lots of large mullet jumping, Dolphin swimming by during lunch, and a pirate ship off the back of the Island. Thanks to everyone that came out for a great day enjoying the waters close to home.

    1 · October 7, 2013

    • Jim S.

      Had a good time. Looking forward to paddling with you guys again.

      1 · October 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great people, great lunch. Hard tides! Thanks for the challenge and the day

    1 · October 6, 2013

  • Kim D.

    Hey Kathy, so glad you're coming. We meet at 9am at the shop. This is a easy close trip so we don't have far to drive.

    October 2, 2013

  • Katherine C.

    Miss you all. What time are you meeting at shop? I may come by, perhaps someone would like to ride with me to St Pete.

    October 1, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I wish I could join you, but I'm playing in a golf tournament this day. Hope to see you all soon!

    September 25, 2013

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