ACLT’s Guided Canoe Trips
Welcome to ACLT’s 2021 canoe season! We invite you to join us as we paddle up the beautiful Parkers Creek, one of the most cared for and protected creeks on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay. The creek is surrounded by the Parkers Creek Preserve, over 3,200 acres of wildlands and natural forests.
ACLT provides friendly, expert guides to make your trip fun, informative and safe! We also offer you the option to use our canoes (2 person) or you are welcome to bring your own canoe/kayak. Just let us know.
Please note – trips are 3 hours long and are challenging! Registration is required. See below or feel free to contact our office at 410-414-3400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. See you on the water!
Trips fill up quickly, so register early! If your preferred date is full, please email us to be placed on the waitlist. PLEASE REGISTER FOR ONE TRIP ONLY to allow others the opportunity to enjoy this special experience.
For their safety, children 5 and under and pets are not allowed on these trips.
$15/person program fee
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
2021 Canoe Schedule
Note: Rain Dates are the following day, one hour later (due to tides), unless otherwise noted.
- Saturday, July 31st (8-11am) – Register
- Saturday, August 14th (6:30-9:30am) – Register
- Saturday, September 4th (1-4pm) – FULL
- Saturday, September 18th (7:30-10:30am) – FULL
- Saturday, October 2nd (11:30am-2:30pm) – FULL
- Friday, October 15th (10:30am-1:30pm) – Register
- Wednesday, October 20th (3-6pm) – Register
*Email email@example.com to be placed on the waiting list for any sold out trips.
This is not a “floating trip” and it can be physically strenuous. It requires regular paddling for two hours (occasionally against wind and tides), and may require participants to help carry a canoe for up to 150 yards over loose sand and gravel to access the creek. If you have medical conditions that could lead to a medical emergency or medical devices that should not get wet please reconsider going on this trip. ACLT currently utilizes a waiver of responsibility for both adults and minors. While ACLT gives an orientation on proper canoe handling techniques and can assist beginner paddlers, this is not a canoe training event and is challenging for inexperienced paddlers.