EVENING PADDLE- BENNETTS CREEK
Tuesday, June 24th
Bennetts Creek Park, Suffolk
We will paddle Bennetts Creek up to the Nansemond river, then stop at the Harborside Restaurant on the way back for a refereshing beverage. This is an easy, relaxed paddle, and a great way to unwind after a day at work.
RIVER MICE PADDLE- DRUM POINT
Saturday, June 28th
Drum Point Boat Ramp, Virginia Beach
Put in 10:30am
Our paddle up Nanney's Creek last year was a hit, so we will try it again this year. Put in is in open water, but we hit the creek about 100 yards away, and explore as far as we want. If things are really calm, we will explore along the shores of Back Bay. This is a beginner/ intermediate paddle, with no real place to get out and stretch your legs along the way. It is more intermediate if we head into open water.
MOGUL 4th OF JULY PARTY
Friday, July 4th
John Schonk's House, 1004 Covington Lane, Norfolk
2:pm 'til ???
Bring your boat to the party and paddle the Lafayette River. Bring a dish to share, a chair, your favorite beverage.
This paddle is beginner-intermediate. If there is a lot of powerboat traffic, the river can get quite choppy. Strong winds will also have an effect.
EVENING PADDLE- OWLS CREEK
Thursday, July 10th
6:30pm, Owl's Creek Boat Ramp
We will put-in and paddle around Lake Rudee and Lake Holly in the evening and for sunset. This is always a popular paddle. Bring a flashlight or other light to fasten to your boat for when it gets dark.
Beginners can paddle safely in Owl's Creek, as it is a no-wake zone. Paddling under the Rudee Inlet bridge can be tricky.
MICE PADDLE- BACK RIVER
Saturday, July 19th
Gosnold’s Hope Park, Hampton
We tried to do this in April, but got rained out. Put in will be at the boat ramp at the park. We will paddle along the Back River, either towards Air Power Park, or along Langley Air Force Base towards the York River. Bring lunch, water and sunscreen!
Take Mercury Boulevard east to King Street North. Turn right on onto Little Back River Road. Turn in park entrance across from Willow Oaks Blvd. Boat ramp is on the on right.
Don't forget to check the links to the left- the Google map, and the postcards!