The Petaluma river marshland is a hidden gem, close to the town
of Petaluma. On our tour, we will explorer narrow sloughs only
accessible at certain tide levels. We’ll wind our way through the
marsh where birdlife is abundant. Eventually we make our way to an
old duck hunters cabin where we can get out, stretch our legs and
have a bite to eat. We’ll then retrace our paddle strokes back
through the marsh, to the river and back to our starting point. We
provide single or tandem touring style kayaks for our tours. They
are appropriate for beginning paddlers. You also have the option of
bringing your own kayak along, but there are some restrictions on
the style and type. Please check with us prior to booking.
Appropriate clothing required. Bring a lunch and water.
To check out Tom Stienstra's article about the Petaluma Marsh in
the SF Chronicle -
Clavey Class / Tours FAQ
Scott Terriberry has been a sea kayak guide for 17 years working
the waters from Alaska and British Columbia to Baja Mexico. He is
A.C.A. trained, W.F.R certified and has taught many classes from
beginners to advanced expedition paddlers. He has taught college
courses in the San Juans, Tide and Current classes at the Golden
Gate, and expedition travel in Mexico and British Columbia. Scott
is one of the founders of Point Reyes Outdoors, a sea kayak touring
company in Point Reyes Station.
Space is limited to 12 so sign up early. Space is not reserved
until paid in full.
From richard sievers of petaluma, California on 8/4/2012.
is currently empty
409 Petaluma Blvd. South
Petaluma, CA 94952
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