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HomeEventsPaddle Wed. 8/24 Nimbus Flat- wet bottoms at 9:30

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Paddle Wed. 8/24 Nimbus Flat- wet bottoms at 9:30

Wednesday, August 24, 2022, 9:30 AM until 1:00 PM

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Wendy Stevens
Registration is recommended
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
I don’t really like to schedule back-to-back outings at Lake Natoma, but breezy conditions are forecast almost universally for Wednesday, so let’s launch at Nimbus Flat at 9:30. We can hang out exploring the dredger ponds where it’s sheltered if necessary. Temps should be very comfortable, but don’t forget your sunblock. <br />Bottoms wet at 9:30. Launch from the beach across the lagoon from the Aquatic Center. The entrance is from Hazel Avenue between the Hwy 50 westbound exit and the entrance to the Aquatic Center. State park pass or $10 fee. <br />Register so others will know you’re coming.