I have one kayak and gear to loan out. Members get first crack at it. So let me know by Aug. 8 if you are interested.
This will be an easy paddle up the creek through a freshwater cattail marsh and wetland preserve. Braddock Bay and Salmon Creek comprise one of the largest and most important coastal freshwater wetland complexes in New York State. This area supports large concentrations of many fish and wildlife species.
We will go up the creek rather than out to the bay. It will be sunny so be sure to have on plenty of sunscreen. We’ll stop for a lunch break, and then turn around and paddle back. Total paddling time 1.5 to 2 hours. There is a restroom near the bait shop. Note: there is a $5 launch fee per car. Rentals are no longer available at this location.
Bring: kayaks and all gear (including a PDF), plenty of water, sunscreen, bug protection, hat, and quick dry clothes. Optional: camera, binoculars, lunch or snack.
Directions will be sent when you RSVP.
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