Learn, Play, Relax on the San Joaquin River
Enjoy the Crazy, Lazy, Hazy Days of Summer!
The crazy, lazy, hazy days of summer are here! With Fresno temperatures consistently hovering around 100 you need a break. Why not cool down by paddling the San Joaquin River in a kayak or on a stand up paddle board?
Experience the ride created by the release of 1300 cubic feet per second of water from Friant Dam. This is the first time since the construction of Friant Dam that this much water has been released throughout the summer and it may be a long time before it happens again. Don't miss out, bring your friends and family and take a ride on the San Joaquin River.
We supply all the equipment you need: boats, boards, paddles, life jackets, and dry bags. Our certified instructors will turn an ordinary outing into an educational and exciting adventure!
The Trip: Lost Lake Park to Cobb Ranch, 8.5 miles.
Boats: Jackson sit on top kayaks, sit inside kayaks, and stand up paddle boards.
Dates: Every Saturday through October 4th.
Time: 9am to 3pm
Cost: $75.00 per person.
Groups: Contact us for special pricing and to arrange a
trip and/or a special date for your group.Sundays are a great day to do a group trip!
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Click here to watch a short trip you tube video.
Click here to read the season pass guidelines before you make a purchase.
2014 season passes are not refundable. Season passes are only valid for the 2014 season. Recipients may book their event(s) starting January 1, 2014. All cancellation policies apply to season pass registrations.
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|The San Joaquin River Stewardship Program is a regional boating safety center as part of a program funded by the California Department of Boating and Waterways. The Department of Boating and Waterways funds boating facilities, boating safety education and supports boating law enforcement in California. A portion of Program equipment is provided by the Department to enhance boating safety education in California.|