Spectacular one day paddle from Poulsbo Waterfront Park to Fay Bainbridge Park. We will paddle through the Agate Pass on a strong outcoming tide that will propel us to our destination.
Explore a leg of the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails on this 8 mile paddle that Starts at our rental facility on Liberty Bay, Poulsbo and ends at Fay Bainbridge park. All ages are welcome, we only require a sense of adventure and enthusiasm!
What to Expect
Where to Meet and Time (subject to change often)
Timeline (subject to change often):
When is the shuttle?
If you are shuttling your own gear before the tour?
Take your gear to our Poulsbo waterfront rental location next to the marine science center. We will be on the float next to the boat ramp. Drop your gear and any other participants and return to Fay Bainbridge park for the shuttle starting at 8:30am.
If we are shuttling your gear?
Meet us at Fay Bainbridge Park and park your vehicle. Go to check in. Your gear will be loaded on our trailers and taken to the put in at the waterfront park. Boats are loaded 3 to a rung on the trailer. If you rather, please shuttle your boat before the tour and meet us at Fay Bainbridge for the shuttle.
If you are taking our shuttle.
Meet us at Fay Bainbridge Park and park your vehicle. Go to check in and take the shuttle to the waterfront park.
If you are renting gear?
Meet us at Fay Bainbridge Park, your gear will already be at the put in. Go to check in and take the shuttle to the waterfront park.
What Time Will It End?
We will end around 2-3pm.
What To Bring – Paddle Kitsap Tour
(We paddle in Light Rain. We do not paddle in high winds or lightning if avoidable)
Recommended Paddling Gear for those bringing their own boats:
Recommended Paddle Clothing:
* Recommended Clothing will be a function of risk. Consider: Water Temp, Air Temp, Sea State, our proximity to shore, Current, Paddler Experience, Group Experience to name a few. The higher the risk the paddle for the day the more important thermal protection like Neoprene or a dry suit become. Please let us know if you have any questions about what to wear.
IF you have any questions please call our programs director John at (360) 471-0836.
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We have single kayaks, double kayaks and stand up paddlebaords available to rent for the event. All rentals include individually fitted personal flotation device and paddle. Kayak rentals include a bilge pump and paddle float. A short lesson or refresher is also included with each rental, as well as help with fitting of all equipment. All rental equipment will be delivered to and picked up from the event by OOC.