Tired of being cooped up inside? Want to get out on the water? WWALS has two outings coming up with plenty of room for physical distancing.
First is an easy evening lake paddle out and back, then overnight camping with a brief upstream paddle.
Banks Lake Buck Moon Paddle 2020-07-05
Come see the sun set, the bats come out, and the moon rise over Banks Lake, just west of Lakeland, Georgia, on Sunday evening, July 5, in the Banks Lake Buck Moon Paddle, If you don’t have a boat, let us know, and we can supply you one. Please be there by 7:30 PM. See previous post for more details.
Intro to Kayak and Canoe Camping at Dowling Park River Camp 2020-07-18
Experience one of the fabled River Camps on the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail, in Intro to Kayak and Canoe Camping at Dowling Park River Camp. Five screened sleeping platforms! (Bring a tent if you don’t get one reserved.) Air-conditioned bathrooms with hot and cold running water and showers!
Please be at the Dowling Park Boat Ramp by 11:30 AM on Saturday, July 18, 2020. We will paddle across the river and set up camp at the Dowling Park River Camp. Then we will paddle upstream a bit. Overnight we’ll have campfires and camp food and camp activities. The next morning we’ll paddle back across the Suwannee River and depart. If you don’t have a boat, let us know, and we can supply you one. See previous post for more details.
Each of these outings is $10 per person for non-members, and free for WWALS members. We recommend you join WWALS today, to support our water quality monitoring, water trails, and advocacy.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!