Join WWNO's Coastal Desk and Canoe & Trail Adventures for a canoe and kayak trip down Cane Bayou on the Northshore!
One of the coolest things about the Louisiana coast is the way it gradually transitions from cypress swamp into open marsh, and you'll see it firsthand on Cane Bayou. WWNO and the Northshore based outfitter, Canoe & Trail Adventures, is teaming up to present this this paddle tour, led by a master naturalist, who will tell us all about the plants, animals and history of this slice of Louisiana's unique coastal ecosystem.
WHO: WWNO's Coastal Desk, you and your friends and family!
WHAT: Paddle trip! (Your choice of canoe or kayak)
WHEN: Sunday, March 24, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Cane Bayou on the Northshore, in Mandeville — boat launch is on Hwy 190 between Fontainebleau State Park and Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge (across from the fire station)
WHY: To get outside and enjoy the spring weather, to learn about coastal ecosystems, and to support WWNO (a portion of the proceeds will be donated back to the station).
PRICING: $40 for adults, $30 for children (ages 6-12); $10 discount for those who bring their own kayak or canoe
HOW DO YOU SIGN UP? Reserve your spot by visiting www.canoeandtrail.com/wwno.
Canoe & Trail Adventures is located at 24401 US Hwy 190, Lacombe, LA 70445. For more information, visit www.canoeandtrail.com or call/text (504) 233-0686.
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