Please review Whidbey Island Kayaking Co.’s COVID Safety Plan prior to registering. Subject to change.
Kayaks & Stand-Up Paddleboards
No previous paddling experience is needed for this fun-filled water-orientated camp! Participants should expect to get wet and have fun while learning through experiential exercises and interactive games, using both kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. By the end of the week, campers will have a strong foundation of water safety principles and how to be an asset on the water. Participants must be able to swim and be comfortable in deep, over-your-head water while wearing a personal flotation device (lifejacket).
What is Provided: kayak, paddle board, life jacket, paddle, and safety equipment.
What to Wear & Bring: Wear comfortable clothes that can get wet (synthetics dry faster) and/or a bathing suit. Bring a cloth face covering with plastic bag for storage, hat with a brim, sunscreen, bottle of water, towel, any required medications and dry clothes to change into after camp (optional).
Location: Goss Lake
Rain-Out Plan: Camp will only cancel due to heavy rain/electrical storm and it would not be rescheduled.
Instructors: Whidbey Island Kayaking guides, who are certified instructors and have experience and enthusiasm for leading programming for youth.
Date/Time: Mon-Fri | Jul 5-9 | 2-4:30pm
Date/Time: Mon-Fri | Jul 12-16 | 2-4:30pm
COVID-19 Safety Plan for PaddleSport Camps: Whidbey Island Kayaking Safety Plan