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July, 2021

Wednesday
7
Riverview Park Beach
6:30 PM
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Registration not required, but please plan on being ready to launch at 6:30. Life jackets required. Park and launch at the beach (not the boat landing).
Wednesday
14
Lake Wissota - View
6:30 PM
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Launch at the View. Paddle around the small lake , up Stilson Creek or out to the island on the big lake. Registration not required, but please plan on being ready to launch at 6:30. Life jackets required.
Saturday
17
Lake Wazee - The last boat launch area on the road around the lake. It is just beyond the swimming b
9:00 AM
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The lake is 146 acres in size and is the clearest and deepest inland lake in Wisconsin.

9:00 am start. Although arriving later won‘t make a bit of difference. Location:

The last boat launch area on the road around the lake. It is just beyond the swimming beach area.

Pot luck plans if there is interest. We may move to beach area for picnic tables if we do a potluck. Or not, depends on what might be on the grounds by the boat launch.

We will put up a tent for changing.

There will be plenty of parking at this location.

We could bring boats to loan if needed. Other folks could probably do the same.
Sunday
18
Wednesday
21
Timber Terrace
6:30 PM
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Registration not required, but please plan on being ready to launch at 6:30. Life jackets required.
Thursday
22
Sand Island
8:00 AM
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This is an intro trip with island camping. We will be camping at the Sand Island Group Site A, it is a 3-mile crossing from the mainland to Sand Island. Really nice sea caves, Sand Island Lighthouse, light hike, explore history. Second day we could paddle to the sea caves in the morning light, then on to Raspberry Island lighthouse with a stop on York Island. York is a great beach. Paddle back to little Sand Bay on Sunday.
Lake Superior waters are dangerously cold with an average water temperature of 42F. The threat of hypothermia is real all year. For safety purposes all participants will be required to have a proper sea kayak and wear a wet suit or dry suit for thermal protection. You will also need a pfd, spray skirt, and any other safety gear with you.
Friday
23
Sand Island
8:00 AM
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This is an intro trip with island camping. We will be camping at the Sand Island Group Site A, it is a 3-mile crossing from the mainland to Sand Island. Really nice sea caves, Sand Island Lighthouse, light hike, explore history. Second day we could paddle to the sea caves in the morning light, then on to Raspberry Island lighthouse with a stop on York Island. York is a great beach. Paddle back to little Sand Bay on Sunday.
Lake Superior waters are dangerously cold with an average water temperature of 42F. The threat of hypothermia is real all year. For safety purposes all participants will be required to have a proper sea kayak and wear a wet suit or dry suit for thermal protection. You will also need a pfd, spray skirt, and any other safety gear with you.
Saturday
24
Sand Island
8:00 AM
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This is an intro trip with island camping. We will be camping at the Sand Island Group Site A, it is a 3-mile crossing from the mainland to Sand Island. Really nice sea caves, Sand Island Lighthouse, light hike, explore history. Second day we could paddle to the sea caves in the morning light, then on to Raspberry Island lighthouse with a stop on York Island. York is a great beach. Paddle back to little Sand Bay on Sunday.
Lake Superior waters are dangerously cold with an average water temperature of 42F. The threat of hypothermia is real all year. For safety purposes all participants will be required to have a proper sea kayak and wear a wet suit or dry suit for thermal protection. You will also need a pfd, spray skirt, and any other safety gear with you.
Sunday
25
Sand Island
8:00 AM
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This is an intro trip with island camping. We will be camping at the Sand Island Group Site A, it is a 3-mile crossing from the mainland to Sand Island. Really nice sea caves, Sand Island Lighthouse, light hike, explore history. Second day we could paddle to the sea caves in the morning light, then on to Raspberry Island lighthouse with a stop on York Island. York is a great beach. Paddle back to little Sand Bay on Sunday.
Lake Superior waters are dangerously cold with an average water temperature of 42F. The threat of hypothermia is real all year. For safety purposes all participants will be required to have a proper sea kayak and wear a wet suit or dry suit for thermal protection. You will also need a pfd, spray skirt, and any other safety gear with you.
Wednesday
28
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Cancelling tonight due to likelihood of thunder and hail. Rescheduling for Riverside Park Beach on Saturday afternoon, 2:00 launch.
Saturday
31
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Be ready to launch at 2:00 pm.