8.5-Mile Kayak Trip or Full Moon Paddle for Two or Four from the San Joaquin River Stewardship Program (Up to 51% Off)

Woodward Park

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In a Nutshell

Guides take paddlers down scenic rivers and through urban parks during day or night trips to take in scenery and identify local wildlife

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Expires Sep 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, must reserve online. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Additional parking fees of $2-$5 not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Paddlers traverse the San Joaquin River between Lost Lake Park and the Fresno County Sportsmen's Club. Under the midday sun or in the light of a full moon, paddlers may glimpse local birds, fish, and other wildlife going about their regular activities as human impersonators. Stewards provide all kayaks or canoes, lifejackets, and paddles. See a list of required and recommended gear for each trip, such as two liters of water and close-toed shoes.

San Joaquin River Stewardship Program

Though the members of San Joaquin River Stewardship Program spend much of their time testing the San Joaquin River's water quality, studying its insects, and growing and replanting native vegetation, they also help make their prized waterway fun for visitors. They provide outdoor recreation, such as kayaking trips down calm currents during the day and at night, often teaching participants how to fish for rainbow trout, bass, and loose change. They also lead nature hikes along the shore, where groups can see wildlife and native plants during bird-watching, animal-tracking, plant-identification, and scavenger-hunt excursions. Their outdoor-school programs reflect their dedication to conservation by teaching hands-on activities, exploration, and critical-thinking exercises for budding stewards. They also provide scholarships in canoe and kayak training, as well as fish crowd-control training, for visitors 10–18 years old. To get visitors of all ages interested in water and habitat conservation, they lead year-round river channel and shoreline cleanup projects on foot or in canoes.

San Joaquin River Stewardship Program

Though the members of San Joaquin River Stewardship Program spend much of their time testing the San Joaquin River's water quality, studying its insects, and growing and replanting native vegetation, they also help make their prized waterway fun for visitors. They provide outdoor recreation, such as kayaking trips down calm currents during the day and at night, often teaching participants how to fish for rainbow trout and bass. They also lead nature hikes along the shore, where groups can see wildlife and native plants during bird-watching, animal-tracking, plant-identification, and scavenger-hunt excursions. Their outdoor-school programs reflect their dedication to conservation by teaching hands-on activities, exploration, and critical-thinking exercises for budding stewards. They also provide scholarships in canoe and kayak training, as well as fish crowd-control training, for visitors 10–18 years old. To get visitors of all ages interested in water and habitat conservation, they lead year-round river channel and shoreline cleanup projects on foot or in canoes.


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100% of 11 customers

  • “This program was an awesome way to learn to paddle board. ”

  • “We learned how to paddle board and had a ton of fun doing it! ”

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    Woodward Park

    10645 N Lanes Rd.

    Fresno, California 93730

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