Bucks Creek is an awesome place to work on your whitewater skills. Anybody wanting to work on ferrying, eddie crossing, and surfing skills Buck's creek is a safe and fun place to do it.
My cell: I will email my number to everyone who RSVP a couple of days before the meetup.
We will meet at the park at Noon
We should be out of the water 3:00 PM
Expect to spend about 2-3 hours on the water
You will progress through the whitewater features and play in whatever level of difficulty you are comfortable with
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This paddle is suitable for paddlers with some fast moving water or wanting to learn some skills for fast moving water.
• What You See
4 whitewater chutes each one increasing in difficulty
There is a port a potty restrooms available
Bring water and snacks.
This is a whitewater play park. Short the boat the better. If you are in a whitewater boat with a skirt you should wear a helmet
• What to Bring
PFD / hat / water / sunscreen / bug spray / dry clothes / dry shoes / dry bag / safety equipment / spray skirt / helmet. Be prepared.
PLEASE NOTE: I am not your guide. I am a friend to paddle with that has provided you with group companionship and shuttling opportunity.
LIABILITY WAIVER REQUIRED
Your "Yes" RSVP to this event indicates that you have read and agree to the ACCIDENT WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY posted on this site. Additionally, please update your profile to indicate your acceptance of the risk. I love you guys, but I love my family more. At time of arrival, please provide me emergency contact information that will be destroyed after the paddle.
This paddle will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather or unsuitable river conditions.
No guests on the sign up. Just ask your friends to sign up on Meet Up and RSVP to the paddle. In this, we ensure everyone has accepted the liability waiver. this protects everyone on the event.