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Kayaking Jenkinson Lake

Jenkinson Lake is a hidden gem that features pristine paddling prospects for the entire family. At nearly 3,600 feet in elevation, Jenkinson Lake lies nestled among Ponderosa and Jeffrey pine near Pollock Pines, California, in the beautiful El Dorado National Forest. For kayak lovers, this is a “must-see” paddling retreat.

   
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Lake Spaulding Kayaking and Canoeing

Escape from the crowds at Lake Tahoe and take a side trip to this tranquil lake for a unique paddling experience. Spaulding Lake’s dazzling vistas, deep blue skies and sparkling water draws paddlers to this remarkable destination from miles away.

   
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Articles Kayaking califonira lakes, Reservoirs, rivers, bays Harbors  

Santa Margarita Lake’s sparkling blue water spills over its banks and its grassy slopes speckled with live oak and pine forests provide a spectacular backdrop while kayaking. The parks hundreds of unspoiled acres and 22 miles of scenic shoreline to explore make it the perfect destination for canoeing and kayaking.

   
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Kayaking Silver Lake

Watch the day slowly fade away over the soaring mountains, knowing that new paddling adventures await you each morning at this remarkable paddling paradise. Traveling on the Carson Pass Highway, you’ll encounter some of the most amazing scenery imaginable, as you drive through the Eldorado and Humboldt Toiyabe National Forests.

   
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kayak fishing owens river

For the nature lover in you, nothing parallels the panoramic views and remarkable Sierra sunsets of the Lower Owens River. Located in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, the picturesque Lower Owens River has been described as "California's latest paddling paradise." Until 2005, the Lower Owens River was little more than an arid valley floor.

   
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Articles Kayaking califonira lakes, Reservoirs, rivers, bays Harbors

Snuggled into the heart of the Sierra Nevada’s, Wrights Lake lies nestled in some of the most beautiful countryside in Northern California. Sparkling like a sapphire jewel, Wrights Lake boasts beautiful views of majestic mountains and offers outdoor enthusiasts many options.

   
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Kayaking Slab Creek Reservoir

Slab Creek Reservoir lies in a deep gorge in the upper South Fork of the American River in El Dorado National Forest in Placerville County. The South Fork American River is one of the most popular whitewater rivers in the western half of the United States. Slab Creek Reservoir is the only disruption in a series of whitewater runs lying upriver of Chili Bar Reservoir.

   
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Kayaking Mokelumne River

Paddling a flat water river is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, and is typically more peaceful than whitewater kayaking. It enables the paddler to take in the scenic views and wildlife in its natural habitat.

   
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Kayaking Morro Bay

Kayaking on Morro Bay can be one of the most rewarding outdoor activities you can do! It allows you to see the harbor seals, sea lions and otters, as well as literally hundreds of species of birds, including several rare and endangered species. 

 

   
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