Family Kayaking Trip in San Francisco
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The last date listed for Family Kayaking Trip was Saturday August 18, 2012 / 11:00am.
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Take in a major league baseball game in one of the most beautiful and unique stadiums in the country. AT&T Park sits right on the San Francisco Bay -- so close that the stadium counts "splash hits." How fun is it to see a hard-hit ball sail right out of the stadium to splash down in the water? In this weeknight game, the Giants will be hosting the Braves, making this a matchup between two of the National League's best teams. The Giants have won two of the last four World Series, and they'd love a chance to make it three. While the Giants are strong, so far the Braves are one of the top challengers for the pennant this year, with an offense that will test even the Giants' elite pitching staff. See stars and fan favorites like Buster Posey and Pablo Sandoval play live and don't forget to grab an order of the stadium's famous garlic fries. Learn More
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This was a great low-key introduction to Kayaking and a good value for the price. The offer is a little deceptive since you're really only on the water for about an hour - the other hour is spent coordinating logistics for the large group to get people on and off the water. A little more "instruction" would have been nice - especially if one has questions about paddling technique, etc. Overall, a new fun way to see part of the city - especially on a warm sunny day in San Francisco - which can be more elusive during the summer months than we'd like.
Participants will be provided with an easy-to-use and stable kayak. Most participants want an extra-stable double kayak, although single kayaks are available for the adventurous. You’ll also get a life jacket and, of course, paddles.
Be sure to wear water-resistant pants, a jacket to protect you from the wind, and shoes that can get wet. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring a change of clothes and extra shoes in case you get splashed. Dress in layers, and bring a hat, sunglasses, sunblock and bottled water.