• Paddle Cedar Creek Memorial Day Weekend

    Double Trouble State Park

    Meet at Double Trouble SP, at the parking lot. Plan is to put in at Dover Forge, paddle to Western Blvd (7.6 miles). Volunteer shuttle. PFDs are required. River boots/Keen's or similar footwear suitable for climbing over things in the river strongly recommended (no flip-flops, please). Bring lunch in a watertight container. Prior to signing up, please contact Linda or John at [masked] (email) or[masked] (home phone).

  • SUMMER KICK OFF GREAT EGG HARBOR PADDLE.

    Weymouth Furnace Park

    Weymouth Furnace to the Lake. Good run for less experienced paddlers and usually very well attended. 4 hour trip. Bring lunch and hydration. Volunteer shuttle. Leader Vicki S. call 856@341#3901, or [masked] Link to Google directions (https://www.google.com/maps/place/Weymouth+Furnace/@39.5183768,-74.779656,330m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x89c0da76512d5d43:0xb4acd56431532ad8!2s2073+Gale+Ave,+Mays+Landing,+NJ+08330!3b1!8m2!3d39.518184!4d-74.777965!3m4!1s0x0:0xb6322e8bcff11ab5!8m2!3d39.5181478!4d-74.779074)

  • MEMORIAL DAY PADDLE ON THE MULLICA.

    Atsion Office

    Line up for the paddle parade, Atsion to Pleasant Mills, 11 miles. Bring water, hydration, lunch, sunscreen. Volunteer shuttle. No rentals. Meet at Atsion Park Office Parking Lot. To contact leader Vicki S. phone 856@341# 3901, or [masked]

  • Quick Run Down the Wading River!

    Godrey Bridge Campground

    Come and enjoy this Quick Run Down the Wading River! It is a great trip for beginners, intermediate and advanced paddlers. Guests are welcome for their first experience with OCSJ. It is approximately a 3 hour run, and we will be stopping along the way to eat, swim and experience the Pine Barrens. We will be meeting at Godfey's Bridge at 10 am should arrive at Beaver Branch landing by 1 pm at the latest. This is a clear, straight, quick run. When meeting in the morning, drive over the one lane wooden bridge and we will be on the right on the beach. Bring change of clothes, food and water! Requirements: -water -sunscreen -hat -lunch -pfd (life jacket) -- this is mandatory! -change of clothes Contact for More Information: Charles Keys, (6 0 9) 742+7932 (call or text -- it is the best way to reach me) cekeysiii @aol.com

  • Big Timber Creek tidal trip

    water, St

    Beaver lodge upstream. The put in spot is on the Delaware River again. It's bigger & longer, much more water volume going under the bridges than Woodbury Creek. Especially out going tide. Bad weather or over 9-mph wind speed will cancel the trip. Bring eats, drinks and be ready to have a fun time. Also have sunblock, a brimmed hat and bug spray. Dry clothes is an option. There's no bathrooms, some spots to pull over. You need to know your boat and your abilities. This is a more experienced type trip. If you have any questions about the trip. Please feel free to contact me. Text me at [masked]

  • O’ WE GO PADDLE the OSWEGO.

    Lake Oswego parking lot

    We meet at Oswego Lake Put-In. Pack Lunch. Volunteer shuttle Call or email to confirm participation Leader: Vicki S. 856@341#3901 or [masked] opp Click for directions https://goo.gl/maps/tVTbqXLpBcT2

  • MONTHLY CLUB MEETING

    Cherry Hill Library

    CLUB MEETING AT 7:30 pm. Board of Trustees. Activity Committees Leaders. New Cherry Hill Library, 1100 Kings Hwy. (Rt. 41) North of Route 70 in Cherry Hill. All welcome.

  • HISTORIC CAPE MAY WEEKEND Friday to Sunday JUNE 14, 15, and 16, 2019

    To start the summer season, you are cordially invited to join us for our annual Cape May outing. Our headquarters, as in years past, will be THE CHALFONTE HOTEL, 301 Howard Street, Cape May, New Jersey,[masked] or [masked]. We still have a few rooms available. If you are interested, please contact jim bodnar at[masked] Check in any time after 3:00 PM on Friday; check out by midday on Sunday. This is a perfect outing for all club members. In addition to our popular 15-50 mile bike rides, there are also other activities available. These include shopping on the mall, historic walking tours (guided or on you own), nature hikes, bird watching, local theater, or just sit and rock on the porch. You can also visit the Cape may Zoo or take a ferryboat ride to Lewes, Delaware, a quaint place to spend some time. Many of us attend a play on Friday after dinner. Our weekend starts with a Friday night Welcome Buffet (a time to plan what you want to do). Breakfast is provided on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday evening, there is a party on the porch with Hors D’oeuvres and drinks and then a limited menu dinner in the dining room followed by desert. For more information on this trip, please use the following link LIMITED TO OCSJ MEMBERS http://ocsj.org/capemaytrip.html

  • Cape May Weekend

    Chalfonte Hotel

    HISTORIC CAPE MAY WEEKEND Friday to Sunday JUNE 14,15 , and 16 -2019 To start the summer season, you are cordially invited to join us for our annual Cape May Outing. Our headquarters, as in years past, will be THE CHALFONTE HOTEL, 301 Howard Street, Cape May, New Jersey,New Jersey,[masked] or [masked]. Check in any time after 3:00 PM on Friday; check out by midday on Sunday. This is a perfect outing for all club members. In addition to our popular 15-50 mile bike rides, there are also other activities available. These include shopping on the mall, historic walking tours (guided or on you own), nature hikes, bird watching, local theater, or just sit and rock on the porch. You can also visit the Cape may Zoo or take a ferryboat ride to Lewes, Delaware, a quaint place to spend some time. Many of us attend a play on Friday after dinner. Our weekend starts with a Friday night Welcome Buffet (a time to plan what you want to do). Breakfast is provided on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday evening, there is a party on the porch with Hors D’oeuvres and drinks and then a limited menu dinner in the dining room followed by desert. LIMITED TO OCSJ MEMBERS For more information on this trip, please use the following link http://ocsj.org/capemaytrip.html

  • PADDLE THE WADING RIVER

    Needs a location

    We'll meet at 9 AM, Route 563 and Godfrey Bridge Rd. Look for Wadding River Camp Ground Sign. Call for info 609@893#9751 or [masked]. Leader : Joe Logan mayandpops @ aol.com [masked] County Rd 563 Chatsworth, NJ[masked], [masked] Click for directions. https://goo.gl/maps/LeXsptrNw1F2