Friday, November 27th 2020 at 1:30PM
We'll head east on Queen Anne Creek past the old Cotton Mill board-walk you'll see bald cypress shorelines & have nature at your fingertips. We'll kayak historic Edenton Bay waterfront hugging it's shoreline as well which gives exciting & unique views of this quaint, historic city. Join us the day after thanksgiving for this great kayak adventure. Paddle time: Approx. 2 hours. Cost is $40 per person and includes kayak, paddle, vest and wet bag rental. Reservations a must, meet up is 1:30PM.
Steeped in civil war history, Kendrick Creek has an amazing Albemarle Sound view & is a nature lovers excursion. High banks lined with a variety of unusual hardwood trees for this coastal area and a wonderful habitat for eagles, osprey, cormorant and aquatic wildlife. Mackey’s Landing is an attractive put-in spot with a popular lunch restaurant, The Landing. Paddle is 2 - 2 1/2 hours. Age: 10+. Must be able to swim. Kayaks, paddle, life vest and wet bag provided. If interested, this adventure can be enjoyed by adding a guided boat along with the kayaks (especially nice when smaller children are part of the group).
This charming 1 1/2 -2 hour paddle begins at the NC Wildlife Resources Commission Boat Ramp off NC 343. We'll begin going upstream under the NC bridge and enjoy the peaceful waters surrounded by the variety of flora and fauna native to this area. Or, if you'd prefer to see downtown harbor-side at sunset we 'll launch across from the Museum of the Albemarle. Big Groups Welcome. Paddle is 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Age: 10+ Includes kayak, paddles, vests and wet bag.
Kayak The Great Dismal Swamp in a guided fall foliage paddle to usher in the new season. Join us and launch from the Great Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center in NC for safe passage through what was once an escape route to sovereignty. Our conversational kayaking tour will bring about chats on the Maroons, wildlife and fauna on nearby banks. Paddle is 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Age: 10+ Includes kayak, paddles, vests and wet bag.