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DATE: 11/09/2020
TIME: 10:00am - 3:00pm (prompt start, estimated end)


DESCRIPTION: (Wear appropriate clothing & bring water! Below are some special instructions: what to bring, relative difficulties, interesting features, & carpooling directions.)

The weather is absolutely gorgeous – let’s paddle.  We will paddle towards Carpenters Point and up the North East River to the Charlestown Marina before returning to Perryville Community Park.

This is a CORVID-19 compliant paddle. We will be maintaining social distancing when possible and wearing face masks as necessary. Please bring a face mask, hand sanitizer, and your own pen to sign the liability/release form. Please bring a lunch to eat in your boat. The paddle is limited to 10 people and you must RSVP the leader via email to attend. RSVPs will only be accepted 6 days prior to the day of the paddle (i.e. starting Sunday November 8). After 10 are signed up you will be placed on a waiting list.

There is no shuttle.

LOCATION

WHERE:
Perryville Community Park

EXACT COORDINATES:
39.547575, -76.047173

NEAREST ADDRESS:
Perryville Community Park Dr
Perryville, MD 21903

MAPPING DIRECTIONS:
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PARKING FEE:
No

RESTROOM AVAILABLE:
Yes

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LOCATION NOTES:

General Information:
Recreational: Perryville is a very pretty paddle in the northernmost edge of the Chesapeake Bay. There are osprey and eagles that live in the area and a beautiful old railroad bridge. We paddle out of the kayak launch site in Perryville Community Park across Mill Creek and Furnace Bay to Carpenter’s Point and the Northeast River. Lunch is on one of the sandy beaches.

Difficulty & Must Haves:
It can be a fairly long paddle of about 9 miles and it can be windy. In July through October, aquatic weeds cover the area and make paddling difficult. Long boats, 14 ft or more, make this paddle a lot easier and a skirt is generally recommended. We modify this trip in the early season to accomodate beginning paddlers and shorter boats by decreasing the length to 6 miles with lunch at the end of the paddle. The area is popular with fishermen and there is a fair amount of powerboat traffic. The water is tidal and must be paddled at high tide.

Nice to Have & Human Interest:
We can usually depend on seeing lots of wildlife: eagles, osprey, an occasional deer.

Additional Notes & Shuttle Info:


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