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Cassondra
A native to this area and lover of nature, Cassondra began paddling out on the backcountry waters of the Little River in 2003. What once was an athletic adventure has now become a passion. A member of the American Canoe Association, CPR certified, she kayaks with head, heart and hands and will have you doing the same.

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Captain Jeff
Born and raised in Elizabeth City, Jeff has deep local roots and has been guiding and exploring our waters professionally for 15 years. His genuine experience on the water goes far beyond knowing the best fishing holes; he has an incredible understanding of the ecosystem and marine life. Whatever the adventure, it’ll be an epic trip.

Spring 2020 Kayak Events
May 30th EVENT IN EDENTON - rescheduled - come back soon for current information
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The Event

Registration will be at Colonial Park @ 9 AM Saturday.

There will be 1 or 2 guides depending on the size of the group.

Cost of the event is $25 per person.

Kayak rentals are $15 per day for a single and $20 per day for a double

Make reservation on Kayak Registration Form

Itinerary
- Friday - Non Paddling opportunity to visit historic areas, art calleries, restaurants and retail stores.

- Saturday - Saturday morning our meet up is Colonial Park at 9am. We’ll launch into Edenton Bay around the 1886 Roanoke River Lighthouse and head east towards Queen Anne Creek where we’ll escape the wind and encounter the NC 32 bridge and the old Cotton Mill Board Walk. After that it’s an hour paddle on cypress shorelines with nature at your fingertips.

Our Saturdy afternoon paddle is just up the road to Pembroke Creek Park where we’ll launch and go up creek for an eco tour with promise of eagles and osprey. All Kayaking levels welcome.

Colonial Waterfront Park
510 S Broad St, Edenton, NC 27932
https://goo.gl/maps/AvkQQuYy9fHSBUMm7

Pembroke Creek Park
716 W Queen St, Edenton, NC 27932
https://goo.gl/maps/atpUXNMko6LxEa2m9
 

Lodging
-Edenton Lodging

JUNE 6TH EVENT IN PLYMOUTH NC - rescheduled - come back soon for current information
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The Event

Registration will be at Bear Track Landing @ 9 AM Saturday.

There will be 1 or 2 guides depending on the size of the group.

Cost of the event is $25 per person.

Kayak rentals are $15 per day for a single and $20 per day for a double

Make reservation on Kayak Registration Form

Itinerary
-Paddle Conaby Creek from the Brand New Bear Track Landing to the NC HWY 45 Bridge. Total travelling distance will be approximately 2.5 miles. By traveling on this scenic route, you will have the opportunity to see a variety of plants and wildlife, including eagles, osprey, and various song birds.

We have scheduled this paddle to allow participants time to enjoy the NC Bearfest - June 6-7, 2020.  Come learn and have fun through our educational, whimsical, entertaining and diverse event. With our location on the banks of the Roanoke River, Bear Fest is part river festival and part bear festival with over 30 ever-changing activities each year. Our mission is to celebrate the fact that Eastern North Carolina has the world’s largest black bears and the highest black bear densities - and to educate people about these magnificent animals.  See https://www.ncbearfest.com/

Shopping, Dining & Lodging
Plymouth

JUNE 27TH EVENT IN ALBEMARLE PLANTATION - rescheduled - come back soon for current information
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The Event

Registration will be at the Dockside Cafe deck @ 9 AM Saturday.

There will be 1 or 2 guides depending on the size of the group.

Cost of the event is $25 per person.

Kayak rentals are $15 per day for a single and $20 per day for a double

Make reservation on Kayak Registration Form

Itinerary
- Friday - Non Paddling opportunity to visit historic areas, tour the plantation and or dine at one of the restaurants.

- Saturday - Saturday morning  will  take place from the dock at Albamarle Plantation  marina for paddling the Yeopim Creek. Wildlife sites, as well as very large Cypress, abound. Will return to the marina where lunch is available at Dockside Cafe adjacent to the marina.

 - Saturday afternoon we will paddle Yeopim Creek\Yeopim River Trail, 12 Miles - This system of trails provides a variety of paddling options that can be tailored to fit anyone’s skill level and time constraints. The trails are located on the Yeopim River and several of its tributaries: Bethel Creek, Burnt Mill Creek and Middleton Creek. These trails surround the small community of Snug Harbor and its bordering farming community. Trail winds through stands of old cypress trees covered with Spanish moss.

Access for the afternoon: (1) Burnt Mill Road Bridge on Burnt Mill Creek (SR 1341)

Lodging-
The Covent Garden Inn Inn, Hotel
107 N Covent Garden St, Hertford, NC · (252) 426-5945

Beechtree Inn Bed & Breakfast, Hotel ·  948 Pender Rd, Hertford, NC · (252) 312-9538
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Springfield Bed and Breakfast 962 S Edenton Road St, Hertford, NC · (252) 426-8471
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Hampton Inn Edenton Hotel · 
115 Hampton Dr, Edenton, NC · (252) 482-3500
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