Buy Kayaking California's Flat Waters The best Places to Kayak in California Kayak Guide Book   

  • Paddlers can explore all the coves and shoreline, plus many "hidden" spots you can uncover if you have the time.
  • The scenic waterways in the Hookton Slough  offer excellent paddling opportunities for wildlife viewing.
  • Begin or end your day with an inspiring sunrise or sunset as you paddle on the serene waters of the Estero Americano, while relishing the natural beauty that surrounds you.
  • Paddling on Fay Slough with your line in the water can be quite mesmerizing as you whatch the animals frolicking along the shore.
  • Kayaking into the heart of Drake’s Estero
  • Paddling the Lower American River Below Lake Natoma
  • Northern California is a goldmine of spectacular paddling getaways, and the Cosumnes River is one of the best.
  • Kayaking the Lower Napa River From Kennedy Park to Oxbow Preserve
  • The Mad River Slough is a favorite paddling retreat among birdwatchers.
  • The Navarro River Ocean Run from Paul Dimmick State Park to the Navarro Beach
  • The Lower Feather River Craves for Discovery
 
 < PREVIOUS PAGE
         
kayaking the navarro River

As you paddle down the tidal currents through the Navarro River Redwoods State park in Mendocino County, you will witness one of California’s most breathtaking landscapes as the river cuts through the majestic redwood forest..

   
Read Moree The Navarro River Ocean Run
kayaking american river 

 It’s no surprise that paddling down the Lower American River has become a popular pastime for thousands of Californians.  The Lower American River Watershed originates from Folsom Lake, which was created by the Folsom Dam.

   
Read More Paddling the Lower American River Beneath Lake Natoma
kayaking Fay Slough  

The Fay Slough offers some of the finest kayaking and bird watching in Northern California.  Recreational opportunities are plentiful in the Arcata Bay, and around Fay Slough. 

Read More The Fay Slough offers some of the Finest Kayaking in Northern California
kayaking fresh water slough

Fresh Water Slough lies within Arcata Bay on the lower eastern side. Paddlers can explore all the coves and shoreline, plus many "hidden" spots you can uncover if you have the time.

Read More Fresh Water Slough is a great place to kayak!
hookton slough kayaking

The Hookton Slough is a rare find along the coast of Northern California. The slough is located at the top of the northern coast of California in the southeastern side of the Humboldt Bay, about 275 miles north of San Francisco.

   
Read More  The Hookton Slough is a rare find along the coast of Northern Californiaa.
 kayaking Ryan's Slough

With the gateway to the redwoods on one side and the Pacific Coast on the other, Ryan's Slough is an extraordinary paddling destination. Ryan's Slough is far more than a fine spot to enjoy the water on a hot summer's day. 

   
Read More Ryan's Slough is an Extraordinary Paddling Destination
kayaking Drakes Estero

Drakes Estero is an expansive estuary in the Point Reyes National Seashore of Marin County, located approximately 25 miles northwest of San Francisco.

   
Read More Kayaking into the heart of Drake’s Estero

 If you’re looking for a pleasant paddle with lots of wildlife and birdwatching, paddle the Petaluma. The paddling possibilities on the Petaluma River are never-ending. Whether you paddle by kayak or canoe, the Petaluma River, in Northern California is a remarkable getaway.

   
Read More Paddling the Petaluma
kayaking the lower napa river

Are you looking for an unforgettable paddling adventure? Look no further. The lower seventeen miles of the Napa River, from Trancas Street in Napa to Vallejo, including about six miles inside the city limits of Napa, are part of the most significant estuary system on the west coast.

   
Read More Kayaking the Lower Napa River
   
Read More Experience beautiful Noyo River Estuary and its wildlife!
kayaking walker creek
   
Read More A Kayaking Excursion to Walker Creek
 
Copyright © 2013, to Present Janice L Green Paddling California.com