Sep 18, 2020
Sep 18, 2020
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Friday September 18
Join Trinity Coalition and Adventures Unlimited Paddling for a Sunset paddle Adventure. Come watch Lake Arlington transition from day to night with a spectacular view of the sunset from a secluded island beach. Then enjoy the amazing beauty of the lake from kayak as darkness descends and the water turns to glass. We will check in at 6:00 launch at 6:30 and paddle across the lake to our favorite beach on the island. There we will take a break and enjoy snacks while we watch the sun set. Then we will turn on out boat lights and paddle around the island to check out the cove, then paddle home in the evening dark.
$40 per person for boat, vest, lights, and snacks. We have both singles and tandem boats available (and a canoe) (same price per person). No experience necessary. This is a guided trip with an ACA certified Instructor Guide. Wear water-friendly shoes (You WILL get your feet wet) and clothing or swim wear that can get wet.
Masks or social distancing required while on shore.
IMPORTANT: Rental spots are limited as we no longer have storage at the lake and are limited to the boats we can carry in. Pre-pay to reserve your spot using the link below. You MUST leave a contact number if you are renting or if you need lights. Rental customers do get priority off the waitlist once the event is full.
Also, if you are running late you must call to let us know, as once we move the boat trailers to the parking area we can no longer access boats for the trip.
If you have your own boat and lights, $5 launch fee (paid to the park). If you have a boat, but need to rent lights, they are $5. Snack and water is $5 or bring your own.
For more information or details call 214 478-7856.
The Trinity Coalition
Providing Conservation through Recreation
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.