KAYAK ON A RIVER

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Event details

  • Nolin River / Green River
  • Rolling Fork
  • Salt River
  •  October 12, 2019  -  Select or View Other Dates
  • Saturday, Beginning at 10:00AM

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Tickets details

  • $24.49 Under 18 12 remaining
  • $44.49 Adult 12 remaining
  • $34.49 Veterans & Teachers 12 remaining
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Under 18
12
$24.49
One time registration allowed for this ticket
$0
Adult
12
$44.49
One time registration allowed for this ticket
$0
Veterans & Teachers
12
$34.49
One time registration allowed for this ticket
$0
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KAYAK ON A RIVER

Salt River

Saturday, Beginning at 10:00AM
October 12, 2019

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KAYAK ON A RIVER

Salt River

Saturday, Beginning at 10:00AM
October 12, 2019

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KAYAK ON A RIVER:  $44.49

What We Do:

We will meet you at the chosen public access point; We will shuttle the group upstream; you will enjoy scenic paddling adventure downstream until you arrive back at the original public access point then collect our equipment and we see you again for your next Kayak adventure.

Why We Do:

Scenic views and excitement throughout, provides not only adventure and exercise but also fosters a connection to the outdoors all while providing a lifelong memory and usually a good story too.

VETERANS & TEACHERS ON A RIVER:  $34.49

What We Do:

Same as Traditional except at a discounted rate. DD214, Military ID, or Driver’s license with veteran reference are required prior to receiving equipment. Teachers bring a school ID or paycheck stub.

Why We Do:

You know why.

YOUTH ON A RIVER:  $24.49

What We Do:

Same as Traditional except at a discounted rate; We have a strict safety and supervision policy of one adult per two children; legal guardian must sign waiver for all minors.

Why We Do:

The youth are our future; thus, determine the future of America’s great rivers as well. Therefore, we heavily discount to kids under 18. Kayaking, though a simple act, can instill lifelong lessons for our youth. We believe that exposing our youth to nature and its organic challenges will foster a respect and concern for the outdoors, while providing valuable lessons such as confidence team work, self-reliance, and decision making which, will secure a better future for us and them.