Family Kayaking Trip in San FranciscoSan Francisco South Beach Harbor, Meet at City Kayak (Pier 40 at the Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94107)
- Full Price:
- $45.00 - $63.19
- Our Price:
- $22.50 - $31.59*
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Family Kayaking Trip have expired.
The last date listed for Family Kayaking Trip was Saturday August 18, 2012 / 11:00am.
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- Full Price:
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Goldstar Member Tips
Your legs and feet will get wet from the paddle.
The trip is so short that you don't really need to bring food or water.
Wear sunscreen. If you have glasses, use a strap with them.
6 Goldstar Member Reviews
Written on Aug 21 2012
Overall it was a nice trip - beautiful day and it was great exploring the bay. While the people that worked at City Kayak were nice - they were totally disorganized. I've kayaked before, so I was fine being on my own - but this was supposed to be for first timers and much of the time the guides were nowhere to be found. I would definitely kayak in the bay again - but most likely would do it with a different company. The price seemed kind of high for what you actually got.
Written on Aug 20 2012
This is supposed to be a family./beginner kayak event with classroom training on how to use a kayak before actually getting in the water. because of the Americas Cup races the owner shorted us on the raining so we could take our tour and go see the americas cup sailboats, which those of us who were true beginners did not want to do. So we didn't get the practice on shore that we paid for.
Written on Jul 23 2012
We went to Pier 39 parking as was suggested on City Kayak's web page. DO NOT DO THIS. Pier 39 is nowhere near where City Kayak is located at Pier 40 and it really put a crimp in our ability to enjoy the day, as we rushed in, thinking we were late to the event. Thankfully, we were not, and went out on the kayaks. Not really alot of instruction, just a little, and no effort to point out points of interest. We basically were on our own. It was a great weather day, and we enjoyed the perspective of seeing SF from the water around McCovey Cove.
Written on Jul 09 2012
It was great! My daughter and I had a blast! We got outfitted and our basic instruction on the dock and then a bit of paddling practice in the cove around the docks. Then a good amount of time paddling together out into McCovey Cove, down Mission Creek to see the house boats and back again. I wasn't sure before the trip if this was something I would be able to do, but it was a lot of fun, the perfect amount of time for a beginner, and we will go back again.
More Information About Family Kayaking Trip
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.
About the Ticket Supplier: City Kayak
We offer kayak trips to downtown San Francisco, McCovey Cove, and waterfront landmarks. The condition in this area is mostly calm and suitable for family and beginners. Typically double recreational touring kayaks are used for speed and stability. Single seatouring kayaks are available for strong paddlers.