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Fall Evening Canoe the Slough

Fall Evening Canoe the Slough

Thursday September 28, 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Bring the whole family for a safe and fun canoe trip on the slow-moving Columbia Slough!  We’ll have some canoes set up in a “bimaran” configuration - this setup is safe for new paddlers, infants and grandparents alike. Families may also borrow regular canoes and kayaks (limited).  We’ll provide the boat, lifejacket, paddle, - you provide the paddling muscle.  Enjoy the water, plants, and wildlife from the best seat possible! $5-10/person $25/family suggested donation, advanced registration required.

Trip One

Bimaran Paddle (5:00PM - 6:00PM): Two canoes are connected to provide a very stable canoe experience. Each group has a bimaran guide to help steer. Great for families with young children.

Kayak Paddle (5:30PM - 6:30 PM) Seats one to two people; great for adults and experienced paddlers.

Trip Two

Bimaran Paddle (6:00PM - 7:00PM): Two canoes are connected to provide a very stable canoe experience. Each group has a bimaran guide to help steer. Great for families with young children.

Kayak Paddle (6:30PM - 7:30 PM)Seats one to two people; great for adults and experienced paddlers.

Bring Your Own Boat (6:30PM - 7:30 PM) Space is limited. Ages 12+; must have experience paddling.

Trip Three

Bimaran Paddle (7:00PM - 8:00PM): Two canoes are connected to provide a very stable canoe experience. Each group has a bimaran guide to help steer. Great for families with young children.

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What does a bimaran look like? Click here for an image of what we call a bimaran.

Event Details

Location

Kelly Point Park
N Kelly Point Park Rd
Portland, OR 97203

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