Jun 6, 2020
Jun 6, 2020
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Join Trinity Coalition and Adventures Unlimited Paddling Co. as we celebrate National Trails Day on the water while social distancing..
Time: We will meet at 10: AM and launch at approx 10:30 AM, have lunch on the trail, and return around 2PM.
Location: Due to the weather and release variations the final location will be determined by Wed June 3. Right now we are considering the Bridgeport Falls Paddle Trail at Bridgeport Falls, but if the levels do not come down the back-up location is Village Creek off Lake Arlington.
Description: A relaxed beginner level trip of no more than 6 miles, either on the Trinity Paddle Trail at Bridgeport Falls or Village Creek.
Rentals: include boat, PFD, lights, and guide. $45 per person. To reserve a boat you MUST Prepay using the link: River Tours
Tandems (2 person kayak or canoe) only available to people living in the same household. There are a limited number of rental boats available so prepayment is necessary to reserve a boat using the link above.
We have a limited number of slots for people with their own equipment. if you have your own equipment we only request a donation to Trinity Coalition. If you have your own equipment RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Corona precautions:Face mask required during launch and landing. (You can take them off on the water, just stay 6 ft distant from other boats not from your household) Disinfectant spray and hand sanitizer will be available. All rental equipment will be pre-sanitized.
Bring: water, sack lunch to carry in your boat, clothes and shoes that can get wet, sunscreen, bug repellent, sunglasses.
Contact: You must leave a phone number when you RSVP for contact in case of weather cancellations. Call me with any questions or comments. 214 478-7856.
(Trinity River Paddle Trail Manager AKA River Mom)
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About Trinity Coalition
The Trinity Coalition is dedicated to improving the Trinity River, its parks and forests.
We envision a day when the Trinity River is one of the most valued natural assets in Texas.
Our Board of Directors is comprised of nature-loving, conservation-minded community leaders.