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Rules of Engagement...

Fun is the priority. Kayaking and canoeing is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy nature. Many people are joining this group and do not have their own equipment.

Members are encouraged to post their own trips on the message board and invite others to meet up and join in the fun.

Trips should be posted as to how difficult they will be on a scale of 1 to 5, one being easy and five being strenuous. The time of the actual trip on water should also be estimated.

At our first meeting, we discussed the problems that arise in a world concern about being sued. It was made clear that we are all adults and have to take responsibility for our own well being. It was agreed, that signing a release of liability is a fair concept. A sample of the policy is posted on our Message Board. Please take a few minutes and read it carefully.

This is for people who enjoy kayaking. Some of our trips are to places that rent kayaks...you must check the details to be sure.

Trips will be short and/or some overnights. (Fees will be based on associated costs).

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Camping Burlingame State Park ---Charlestown Rhode Island

Burlingame State Park

Ready for the smell of BBQ Chicken, Banana Pancakes and feel of sun on your face? Our primary plan is to stay at Burlingame State Campgrounds by Clarkstown, RI .

After you have made your reservation, please tell me what site you have reserved, right now we are in the Fish Camp Area on site Cabin 117.

HOW TO MAKE A RESERVATION: [b]Go to: www.reserveamerica.com and create an account.[/b]

http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/map_of_Burlingame_State_Park/r/campgroundMap.do?page=map&search=site&contractCode=RI&parkId=252711&topTabIndex=CampingSpot Campsites are $20.00 (non Resident) and a $9.00 reservation fee. You must pay for a minimum of four nights. Burlingame Campground is situated next to Watchaug Pond in Charlestown. This spacious campground features 700 rustic campsites as well as 11 cabins and a Yurt. The campground features conveniently located restrooms with shower facilities, a playground, arcade, freshwater beach, boat ramp, canoe rentals and hiking trails. The Campstore carries a wide variety necessities, along with a large selection of souvenirs. The Audubon Society operates the nearby Kimball Wildlife Sanctuary, a 29 acre property located on the southern shore of Watchaug Pond. The Sanctuary abuts Burlingame State Park and trails lead from the campground to the sanctuary. Throughout the year, educational and fun programs are held for birders, families, and anyone who wants to learn more about the natural world. [b] Pet Policy –Pet are allowed please review the policy on the Reserve America Site[/b]

Past events (609)

Cold Spring to Bannerman's Castle

Dockside Park

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