Join us for a unique and scenic paddle tour in the southern end of the Humboldt Bay. You will paddle 3-5 miles through part of the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge from King Salmon / Fields Landing to Hookton Slough.
Learn traditional Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe Paddling on Humboldt Bay with the Humboldt Outrigger Canoe Club. Paddling is a great form of exercise, in a team setting, while on the water. Sign up for one of the weekend paddles, or schedule one for you and up to 3 friends. Call for more information.
Come paddle along the shores of the amazing Humboldt Bay! These two hour paddles will explore the local flora and fauna present seasonally and year round in and on the waters of the bay. Fun for kids and adults alike.
Bring the whole family for a paddle along the Eureka Waterfront! There will be a variety of boats to choose from and experienced guides to provide a fun, safe and memorable family adventure.
Join us for a beautiful sunset paddle on the Eureka Waterfront. This is a great way to start your weekend with an after work adventure on the bay!
Join us for a paddle on the Mad River Slough, located on the northern part of Humboldt Bay. This is a great chance to paddle one of the many sloughs of the bay and explore a new area only accessible by boat.
Join us for a paddle across the northern Humboldt Bay. You will paddle 5 miles from the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center to the Arcata Warf. This tour provides a view and perspective of the local area unseen by most.
Join us for a paddle on the Eel River Slough and Cock Robin Island located just west of Loleta. This is an area rich in wildlife as it is influenced by both fresh water flowing from the Eel River and by saltwater coming in and out with the tides.