What we're about

Do you like to kayak? Do you like adventure? Do you want to see the city from a different point of view? Then this group is for you. events are organized by club, Admin and members. members volunteer to lay the routes. Where to park cars. Scout, The put in spots and the take-out points. Hare’s will also need a on-after in mind for the days trips.
We kayak in Pristine waters of Dallas/FtWorth and surrounding area. Explore it with us on our day trips, overnight trips or multi-day trips. lakes, rivers, creeks, fireworks shows and concerts. Side activities may include drinking, swimming, hiking, history tours, photography, and wildlife viewing.
Most kayak trips are suitable for beginners. We have routes for intermediate and all the way up to experts. Everyone is welcome. Don’t be shy, come out and join us!!
If you have a trip in mind and want to invite kayakers join, please create an event in the calendar. If you’re traveling and are doing kayaking in a different city, state or country. Post pics of your adventure. Tell us about it. We want to know!!
Please join us on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/KAYAKAC/

You have questions about new equipment and/or kayaks, We want to help.

On average we have from 5 to 20+ people per event. So don’t be shy come out and join us!!

BYOB, BYOW, BYOF
bring kayak, paddle, vest and whistle, flashlights, head lamps, water shoes, dry bag, comfortable cloths. Dress for the weather.

Benjamin, Has a canoe, single and a double kayak.
***You must contact Benjamin before the kayaking event if you are interested in using one of his kayaks. Recommend 24-48 hours or more. Seat fill fast***

***Basic Kayak Safety Rules***
As with all recreational activities, there is always the possibility of injury or death. Always use common sense and follow safety rules at all times.
Be aware of weather conditions and water temperature. Prepare for changes in weather and the possibility of a capsize. In warm weather, a long sleeve Kayak shirt can provide sun protection.
Beware of off-shore winds that make it difficult to return to shore.
Always follow the boating rules of the area you're in.
Brush up on self-rescue first in calm, warm, shallow water, and again in more extreme conditions.
Most importantly, WEAR YOUR PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE. all kayaks have a lifejacket on board.

Stay hydrated. Always bring plenty of boozes, water and food.

HARES: When paddling in a new area, check with the locals regarding currents, shoreline conditions and weather patterns. Plan an "escape" route - an alternative place to get off the water should environmental conditions dictate it.

It is important to check conditions such as weather and tides before going out in your kayak. Whether you are going on a multi-day excursion or just paddling for an afternoon, being aware of current conditions can help you plan a more safe and efficient trip.
National Marine Forecast located at www.weather.gov/om/marine/home.htm

Upcoming events (5)

Kayak trail - Upper Rowlett Creek

Rowlett

Start Location:
https://goo.gl/maps/MLFb9CRAqWqW9Q5v5
A to A Trail.
We start on miller road. paddle up stream. Turn a round at 66 (2 miles) or Rowlett rd. (5 miles) but we can turn around at any time. get a good workout in the beginning and chill on the way back
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It’s great get out of the house for a couple of hours.
Though If anyone is interested. Come join.
Watch the sunset, after it getting dark, star gaze, Socailize, just have fun.
BYOB, Bring food to share, Beer, Wine, Crackers, What ever floats your boat. Bring head lamps, boat party lights or flashlights. Remember to bring a Life Vest and Whistle...it's the law.
If you would like to come but don’t have a kayak, we would love to have you. Kayaks and canoes are available to rent. PayPal $20 to https://www.paypal.me/kayakadventures in advance as kayaks/canoes are limited. Please contact Benjamin 24-48 hours before event. Note the event time and date (use friends and family because no one likes fees). If you can’t make it to the event. The rental is non-refundable. Thank you for your donation and support of the group.

If you have any questions, please contact Benjamin

***Kayak Safety Rules That All Boaters Should Follow***
As with all recreational activities, there is always the possibility of injury or death. Always use common sense and follow safety rules at all times.
Be aware of weather conditions and water temperature. Prepare for changes in weather and the possibility of a capsize.
Beware of off-shore winds that make it difficult to return to shore.
Always follow the boating rules of the area you're in.
Brush up on self-rescue first in calm, warm, shallow water, and again in more extreme conditions.
Most importantly, WEAR YOUR PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE. Coast Guard regulations require that all kayaks have a lifejacket on board. Wearing your lifejacket will help keep your head above water and add insulation to your body, keeping you warmer in cold water. There are great PFDs designed specifically for paddlers. Buy one that fits well, and always wear it while you paddle.
Stay hydrated. Always bring plenty of water and food.
HARES: When paddling in a new area, check with the locals regarding currents, shoreline conditions and weather patterns. Plan an "escape" route - an alternative place to get off the water should environmental conditions dictate it.
It is important to check conditions such as weather and tides before going out in your kayak. Whether you are going on a multi-day excursion or just paddling for an afternoon, being aware of current conditions can help you plan a more safe and efficient trip. An excellent way to monitor sea conditions is to use the National Marine Forecast located at www.weather.gov/om/marine/home.htm
On~On!

KL Ranch - Guadalupe River - Kayak Campout Trip

Online event

Enjoy the tranquil waters of the Guadalupe River from your campsite!
campground offers one half mile of River Front Recreation. From Kayaking the Stair Step Rapids to leisurely Tubing under the shade of the Giant Cypress Trees.
Bring your Tubes or Kayaks and soak up the Summer.
Benjamin and Kayak Adventures has booked campsite: 107, 108, 109, 110. We can fit 4 or 5 (2 or 4 man tents)
Tent restrictions: None.
We can fit as many tents as we want as long as it fits in our campsite
We can have up to 8 cars at the campsite, but you will park cars at the front office, so we can max out our ground space. Due to Covid we are limited to 10 people max per campsite.
We can drive up to the site and drop off our gear, then park near the office. that way if we have 20 cars we will have a place to park, (HIGHLY RECOMMEND CARPOOLING)
(30 Person limit)
Rego: $69
For the fabulously low rego price of $69 you get…
-Restrooms / Porta-potes / Showers
-beer (keg tapped at 3pm Friday)
-Friday Lunch - On your own
-Dinner Friday - hot dogs, buns, condiments
-Breakfast Saturday - Mimosas, Eggs, bacon, pancakes, syrup.
-Lunch Saturday - Beard, cheese, tomatoes, Turkey, ham, chicken, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, Multi pack chips.
-Dinner Saturday - hamburgers, cheese, onion, tomato’s, Beard, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise
-Sunday - Leftovers / eggs, bacon, pancakes.
Also includes: tables, plates. bowls, knife, spoon, forks, bottled water, etc.
-river access (bring your fishing gear and kayaks)

What to bring? DRINKING VESSEL, Camping gear (tent, air mattress, flashlight, and camp chair), bug spray, sunscreen, clothes, paddle, kayak with PFD, whistle, floatie, camp games, and some friends!
Please PayPal your rego $69
[masked]
(use Friends and Family because no one likes fees)
you must rego to get on the confirm list

River Access Fees
PRIVATE EQUIPMENT: Tubing, Kayaking, Etc.
$5.00 PER PERSON - Put In Fee & Take Out Fee
NO Pets!
Showers use Quarters $1 = 6 minutes
Check In Time is 2:00 pm & Check Out Time is 11:00 am
Gates Close at 10:00 pm (Sunday - Thursday) & 12:00 am (Friday & Saturday)
Campground Rules
http://www.kl-river.com/camp-rules
Additional Person Rates
http://www.kl-river.com/rates
KL RANCH CAMP
KL RANCH CAMP "ON THE RIVER"
5455 RIVER RD
NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 78132 USA[masked]
www.KL-River.com
[masked]
http://www.facebook.com/kl.river
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**SHUTTLE**
The Shuttle companies are still closed across the State.
We will have to our own carpooling.
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TRAILS:
Trail will be 7-11 miles long. all day event.
you will need to bring snacks, Lunch and your favorite drink.
water is optional ;o) Also bring the usual stuff. kayak, paddle, vest, whistle, sunscreen, sunglasses, dry bag for valuables, hat, etc.
We will need to be at ready to leave at 10am to be transported up river.
Most of the river rapids are class I,II.
There are Class III rapids but after our campsite. we will be getting out before then.
The water level is low. some spots will have to portage.
Put-in: L&L Ranch
$20 per car and $3 per person
Take-out: Our Campsite
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White Water:
If any one wants to hit class III with me, your skill level will need to be intermediate or higher. NO ONE DIES ON MY Watch! you will need helmet and a skirt.
$5 per person
covers parking at the K&L office and put-in fee.
Put-in: Our Campsite
Take-out:
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*IMPORTANT*
There will be Hand sanitizer/wipes for the meals and the keg station.
We are all adults, bring your own cleaning stuff or wash your hands often. there will be a river and a bathroom... mind peoples personal space, be reasonable and use common sense. I don't need to remind you there is a pandemic.

Cool Thursday Concert

2920 White Rock Rd

White Rock Concert
Time: 7:00 PM
Start address: White Rock Boat House
2920 White Rock Road
Dallas, TX 75214
The start location:
Boat Ramp[masked], [masked]
Hares: Benjamin
Hash cash: BYOB
Description: We will kayak across the lake to Martin Rutchik Concert Stage. Anchor off shore.
BYOB, Bring food to share, Beer, Wine, Crackers, What ever floats your boat. Bring head lamps, boat party lights or flashlights. Remember to bring a Life Vest and Whistle...it's the law.
All concerts are held on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn.
fall concerts 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
If you would like to come but don’t have a kayak, we would love to have you. Kayaks and canoes are available to rent. PayPal $20 to https://www.paypal.me/kayakadventures in advance as kayaks/canoes are limited. Please contact Benjamin 24-48 hours before event. Note the event time and date (use friends and family because no one likes fees). If you can’t make it to the event. The rental is non-refundable. Thank you for your donation and support of the group.
If you have any questions, please contact Benjamin
***Basic Kayak Safety Rules That All Boaters Should Follow***
As with all recreational activities, there is always the possibility of injury or death. Always use common sense and follow safety rules at all times.
Be aware of weather conditions and water temperature. Prepare for changes in weather and the possibility of a capsize.
Beware of off-shore winds that make it difficult to return to shore.
Always follow the boating rules of the area you're in.
Brush up on self-rescue first in calm, warm, shallow water, and again in more extreme conditions.
Most importantly, WEAR YOUR PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE. Coast Guard regulations require that all kayaks have a lifejacket on board. Wearing your lifejacket will help keep your head above water and add insulation to your body, keeping you warmer in cold water. There are great PFDs designed specifically for paddlers. Buy one that fits well, and always wear it while you paddle.
Stay hydrated. Always bring plenty of water and food.
HARES: When paddling in a new area, check with the locals regarding currents, shoreline conditions and weather patterns. Plan an "escape" route - an alternative place to get off the water should environmental conditions dictate it.
It is important to check conditions such as weather and tides before going out in your kayak. Whether you are going on a multi-day excursion or just paddling for an afternoon, being aware of current conditions can help you plan a more safe and efficient trip. An excellent way to monitor sea conditions is to use the National Marine Forecast located at www.weather.gov/om/marine/home.htm
On~On!

Kayak Trail - California Crossing

California Crossing Park

We Putin at California crossing before the spillway. Kayak upstream to Royal Ln. and back.
Putin & take-out: [masked], [masked])
A to A Trail
Watch the sunset, after it getting dark, star gaze, Socailize, just have fun.
BYOB, Bring food to share, Beer, Wine, Crackers, What ever floats your boat. Bring head lamps, boat party lights or flashlights. Remember to bring a Life Vest and Whistle...it's the law.

If you would like to come but don’t have a kayak, we would love to have you. Kayaks and canoes are available to rent. PayPal $20 to https://www.paypal.me/kayakadventures in advance as kayaks/canoes are limited. Please contact Benjamin 24-48 hours before event. Note the event time and date (use friends and family because no one likes fees). If you can’t make it to the event. The rental is non-refundable. Thank you for your donation and support of the group.

If you have any questions, please contact Benjamin

***Kayak Safety Rules That All Boaters Should Follow***
As with all recreational activities, there is always the possibility of injury or death. Always use common sense and follow safety rules at all times.
Be aware of weather conditions and water temperature. Prepare for changes in weather and the possibility of a capsize.
Beware of off-shore winds that make it difficult to return to shore.
Always follow the boating rules of the area you're in.
Brush up on self-rescue first in calm, warm, shallow water, and again in more extreme conditions.
Most importantly, WEAR YOUR PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE. Coast Guard regulations require that all kayaks have a lifejacket on board. Wearing your lifejacket will help keep your head above water and add insulation to your body, keeping you warmer in cold water. There are great PFDs designed specifically for paddlers. Buy one that fits well, and always wear it while you paddle.
Stay hydrated. Always bring plenty of water and food.
HARES: When paddling in a new area, check with the locals regarding currents, shoreline conditions and weather patterns. Plan an "escape" route - an alternative place to get off the water should environmental conditions dictate it.
It is important to check conditions such as weather and tides before going out in your kayak. Whether you are going on a multi-day excursion or just paddling for an afternoon, being aware of current conditions can help you plan a more safe and efficient trip. An excellent way to monitor sea conditions is to use the National Marine Forecast located at www.weather.gov/om/marine/home.htm
On~On!

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White Rock Lake/Concert

White Rock Paddle Co.

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