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Kayaking Tomales Bay

Enjoy one the most outstanding kayaking destinations in Northern California. The Tomales Bay is a protected bay, located a short distance from the city of San Francisco. The bay offers a thousand of acres of water and outdoor recreational opportunities to enjoy.

   
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Kayaking Loon Lake

Loon Lake is an outdoor paradise of sparkling, crystal clear blue water, awe-inspiring vistas, scenic hiking trails and first-class fishing. With an abundance of coves and ten miles of shoreline to explore, the lake is ideal for all types of outdoor enjoyment.

   
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Kayaking Folsom Lake  

Folsom Lake provides some of the best paddling experiences imaginable throughout its 75 shoreline miles. You’ll find sandy beaches and an endless supply of secluded coves, with water so clear you can see to the bottom.

   
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Kayaking Ahjumawi Lava - Big Lake

One of California’s most exceptional and exclusive state parks is Ahjumawi Lava Springs. The park is so secluded that it is very likely that you won’t encounter anyone. Less than 3000 people visit there a year.

   
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Kayaking Echo Lakes

Exploring the Desolation Wilderness Area starting from Echo Lakes is a fabulous way to discover this unspoiled territory. Echo Lakes is an incredible haven to escape from the typical day to day grind and savor a little peace and tranquility. The wilderness area covers about 60,000 acres, with over 50 lakes and streams to explore.

   
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Kayaking Lundy Lake

With a backdrop of windswept forests and jagged mountain peaks, this mile long lake reflects a tapestry of color onto its cool, clear waters. The moment you feast your eyes on Lundy Lake, you’ll realize you’ve found a paddler’s paradise.

   
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Kayaking Lake Clementine

Lake Clementine lies at the bottom of a deep valley layered with chaparral, mixed evergreens and cottonwood trees which flank both sides of this long and narrow lake. Steep hillsides loom up from the shoreline, shadowing Lake Clementine in the early morning and late afternoon.

   
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Kayaking Mono Lake

Mono Lake is an amazing place to paddle. One can’t help but appreciate the lake’s harsh beauty while paddling upon its salty waters. The lake has a mystical quality; utterly barren, with a silent, prevailing stillness, with an exceptional beauty of its own. Surrounded by the high desert, the lake’s water breathes life into the desolate landscape of the Great Basin.

   
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Kayaking Lake Natoma

Kayakers who enjoy Folsom Lake might not be aware of the smaller but more picturesque Lake Natoma, located just a short distance from the Folsom Lake Dam. Lake Natoma is snuggled at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills, about 15 miles north of Sacramento, along the Lower American River.

   
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