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Remember to bring a Tonto Pass.
Less than an hour drive from Phoenix at an elevation of 1,660 feet lies the unspoiled beauty of Canyon Lake. Here, you'll revel in a playground with more than 28 miles of cactus-dotted shoreline, explore wondrous rock formations, discover peaceful private coves and spot countless species of birds, Big Horn Sheep, Deer, and Javelina roaming freely through the landscape.
Map to Acacia: http://goo.gl/maps/ubEu5 (http://goo.gl/maps/ubEu5)
We will be on the beach adjacent to the ramadas/picnic area. Park in the parking lot close to the water. I will be there early with a white Toyota 4-Runner.
Be on the water and ready to go at 9:00 am.
Must wear life vest. And yes, our canine companions as well.
Dress appropriately for the weather.
Paddle Arizona Disclaimer & Assumption of Risk/Liability:
Paddling, like all sports have inherent risks and dangers. All paddlers (on behalf of him/her self and his/her minor children) are responsible for their own safety during Paddle Arizona floats, voluntarily accepts any and all risks of injury, harm, medical conditions, or property damage, assumes all liabilities, and waives any and all damages against Paddle Arizona (including its organizers, hosts, and members).
Please email me with any questions, or use the comment section.