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09/28/2019 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am America/Chicago Timezone
Eisenhower State Park
Texas Parks and Wildlife

We will begin the day by meeting at the Eisenhower State Park Boat Ramp. From there we will venture over to the waters edge for an onshore safety briefing and paddling demonstration before hitting the water. While still in the cove we will put our newly acquired flat-water fundamentals and water safety skills to the test before embarking on a tour of the beautiful Lake Texoma shoreline.

The Shoreline Kayaking program is designed to be both beginner friendly and fun for those with more experience. More experienced ‘yakkers, please come ready to have a good time and to share your knowledge with those who are new to the sport!

Things to Remember:

Space and kayaks are limited and reservations are first come first served, so RESERVE YOUR SPOT by EMAILING Ranger Cody.
Arrange to bring your own kayak, paddles, and PFD or borrow one of our 8 single seat kayaks by letting Ranger Cody know in your registration email.
Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Participants must be comfortable in the water and be able to swim unassisted.
The park entry fee is $5 per person 13 years of age and older.

What to Expect:

Moderate to extreme physical activity in the great outdoors.
Small group instruction and guidance.
1.5 hour paddling trip to the Elm Point swim beach and back along the shore.
Possible cancellations due to weather
Anything that goes out may get wet or completely submerged – including you!

What to Bring:

Water, highly recommended. Snacks, optional.
Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat that won’t blow away.
Towel and/or dry clothes for after

Email in order to register for this event or if you have any additional questions. Please remember that outdoor programs are subject to cancellation due to weather.


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