Eco Adventure: Western Lake Paddle at WaterColor Boathouse
The Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance (CBA), in partnership with Visit South Walton and Northwest Florida State College, presents a series of Spring eco-adventures in South Walton County. Discover Roads Less Traveled offers visitors and residents varied opportunities to explore and discover the natural resources that make South Walton unique.
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Western Lake Paddle: The Boathouse at WaterColor
Leader: Karl Renelt
Date: April 28
We will travel from where the water comes in to Western Lake to where the water goes out from Western Lake to the Gulf of Mexico. Discussion topics will include history, coastal dune lake ecology, and local anecdotes, as well as efforts to preserve the lakes and how the lakes preserve us.
Moderate or higher exertion level, depending on wind conditions. Participants are asked to bring forecast compatible clothing and personal comfort items (i.e. sunscreen, bug spray, etc.). Kayak or stand-up paddleboard (SUP) rental included in the cost of the tour.
Space is limited to 8 participants. Minimum of 4.
Location: Meet at The Boathouse at WaterColor, 34 Goldenrod Circle
Fee: $65 for kayak, $70 for stand-up paddleboard
Eco-adventure tour schedule and descriptions are available online at www.basinalliance.org. Tour prices vary, starting at $15. Registration is by phone at 850-200-4160.