Prairie State Canoeists

A canoe and Kayak Club

Upcoming events

    • 2019-06-14
    • 2019-06-16
    • Pine Lake Camp, Westfield, WI
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    Date(s):
      June 14 - 16, 2019
    Leader:   Tracy Hunt
    Co-Leader:
     
    Paul Klonowski 
    Pine Lake Camp, Westfield, WI

    Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced
    Category:  Instruction
    Details: The Wisconsin Canoe Symposium (WCS) is an enjoyable weekend where you can receive coaching in a quiet water setting from experienced, ACA-certified instructors who will assess your skills and lead you on the path to improvement at your own pace. The location is approximately 60 minutes north of Madison, Wisconsin.

    Courses will be available for all skill levels in both solo and tandem open canoe, including Introduction, Touring, Advanced Touring, and Interpretive Freestyle. WCS also offers a “Creeking FreeStyle” course on a section of the nearby Mecan River.

    The student-to-instructor ratio is limited to 5 to 1.  Bring your own canoe, paddle, and PFD; rentals will be available on a very limited, first-come-first-served basis. 

    Arrive as early as Thursday evening and paddle through Sunday noon.  Accommodations include motel style rooms, bunkhouses, and camping (with or without electric hookup).  Pine Lake’s various camp activities such as archery and low ropes will be available to symposium participants and registered family and guests. Meals can be on your own, or are available throughout the event in the very sociable setting of the camp’s dining hall.

    The Wisconsin Canoe Symposium is organized and hosted by ACA-Certified instructors Tracy Hunt and Paul Klonowski.  For more information, contact Tracy at tracyhunt077@gmail.com   or Paul at pklonowski@comcast.net.

    For registration forms and general information, including the features of the camp and driving directions, refer to the FreeStyle Canoeing website:  www.freestylecanoeing.com.

    • 2019-06-14
    • 9:00 AM
    • 2019-06-16
    • Montello, WI
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    Date(s):  June 15 & 16, 2019
    Leader:  John & Marilyn Ziegler
    Co-Leader:  Sherri Graham
    & John Anderson
    Location:  Montello, WI
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Base camping
    Details:The Mecan is a beautiful spring fed river with lots of twists and turns. We will be camping at Mecan River Outfitters ( 920-295-3439) Friday & Saturday nights and paddling both Saturday & Sunday. The camping is primitive -- pit toilets and no water (you need to bring enough water with you for the weekend). Contact leaders for more info.

    • 2019-06-19
    • 6:00 PM
    • Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, Addison, IL
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    Date(s):
    Wednesday, June 19, 2019
    Leader:  Steve Sinderson  630-878-1194
    Co-Leader:  John Anderson  630-487-6865
    Location:  Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, near Fullerton & Villa Ave, Addison
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Evening Paddle
    Details:  We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 pm from Crickett Creek Forest Preserve in Addison. We will paddle to Eldridge Park in Elmhurst where a car will be spotted for a reverse shuttle. This will be a quick trip; about 2 hours, however there is one small dam we must portage. We will return drivers to the put-in to pick up cars and then return to Eldridge Park to load boats. We will meet after the paddle (approx. 9 pm) at HB Jones located at 551 South York Street in Elmhurst for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact the trip leader if you intend to paddle; the shuttle logistics are important! Please contact Steve Sinderson by phone 630-878-1194 if you have any questions. 


    • 2019-06-22
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
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    Date(s):
    June 22, 2019
    Leader: 
    Paul Klonowski
    Co-Leader: Why not YOU???
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Skill Level:  Intermediate
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:  This is part of the Lake County Forest Preserve District’s River Stewardship Project.  The river’s looking better every year, but there’s always more junk coming downstream.  Last year we had to cancel several clean up trips due to high water; we’re hoping for improved conditions this year! 

    • 2019-06-26
    • 9:30 AM
    • Genoa
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    Date:
      June 26, 2019
    Leader: 
    Susan Allman
    Co-Leader:   Steve LaPorte
    Location:  Baseline Road to Kingston
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Day trip
    Details:  This is the second section of the Kishwaukee River South Branch series. It is a 9 mile paddle. Bring a drink, lunch, PFD, and dress appropriately for the water & weather. 9:30 car shift. Contact trip leader for more details.

    • 2019-06-26
    • 6:00 PM
    • tbd
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    Check with us as this will be dependent on water levels....  

    Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    Leaders:  Sherri Graham and 
    John Anderson
    Details: We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 p.m. The trip will be under 2 hours ~4.5 miles (we will spot a car at the takeout for a reverse shuttle). After returning to load boats/gear,  we will head over to Two Brothers Tap House located @ 30w315 Calumet Ave, Warrenville (in the industrial area nw of Route 56 & 59 @ approx. 8:00 p.m.) for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact us if you plan to paddle (the shuttle logistics are very important).


    • 2019-07-06
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
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    Date(s):
    July 6, 2019
    Leader: 
    Paul Klonowski
    Co-Leader: Why not YOU???
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Skill Level:  Intermediate
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:  This is part of the Lake County Forest Preserve District’s River Stewardship Project.  The river’s looking better every year, but there’s always more junk coming downstream.  Last year we had to cancel several clean up trips due to high water; we’re hoping for improved conditions this year! 

    • 2019-07-10
    • 9:30 AM
    • Kingston
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    Date(s):
      July 10, 2019
    Leader: 
    Susan Allman
    Co-Leader:   Steve LaPorte
    Location:  Kingston (to Kirkland)
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Day trip
    Details:  This is the final section of the Kishwaukee River South Branch series. It is about a 9 mile paddle. Bring water, lunch, PFD, and dress appropriately for the water & weather. Contact trip leader for more details.

    • 2019-07-10
    • 6:00 PM
    • tbd
    Register

    Check with us as this will be dependent on water levels....  

    Date: Wednesday, July 10, 2019
    Leaders:  Sherri Graham and 
    John Anderson
    Details: We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 p.m. The trip will be under 2 hours ~4.5 miles (we will spot a car at the takeout for a reverse shuttle). After returning to load boats/gear,  we will head over to Two Brothers Tap House located @ 30w315 Calumet Ave, Warrenville (in the industrial area nw of Route 56 & 59 @ approx. 8:00 p.m.) for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact us if you plan to paddle (the shuttle logistics are very important).


    • 2019-07-14
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
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    Date(s):
    July 14, 2019
    Leader: 
    Paul Klonowski
    Co-Leader: Why not YOU???
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Skill Level:  Intermediate
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:  This is part of the Lake County Forest Preserve District’s River Stewardship Project.  The river’s looking better every year, but there’s always more junk coming downstream.  Last year we had to cancel several clean up trips due to high water; we’re hoping for improved conditions this year! 

    • 2019-07-17
    • 6:00 PM
    • Cricket Creek Forest preserve, Addison, IL
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    Date(s):
    Wednesday, July 17, 2019
    Leader:  Steve Sinderson  630-878-1194
    Co-Leader:  John Anderson  630-487-6865
    Location:  Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, near Fullerton & Villa Ave, Addison
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Evening Paddle
    Details:  We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 pm from Crickett Creek Forest Preserve in Addison. We will paddle to Eldridge Park in Elmhurst where a car will be spotted for a reverse shuttle. This will be a quick trip; about 2 hours, however there is one small dam we must portage. We will return drivers to the put-in to pick up cars and then return to Eldridge Park to load boats. We will meet after the paddle (approx. 9 pm) at HB Jones located at 551 South York Street in Elmhurst for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact the trip leader if you intend to paddle; the shuttle logistics are important! Please contact Steve Sinderson by phone 630-878-1194 if you have any questions. 


    • 2019-07-19
    • 2019-07-21
    • Southwest Wisconsin
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    Date(s):
      July 19 - 21, 2019
    Leader: 
     Steve LaPorte
    Co-Leader:
    Location:  Southwest Wisconsin
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  River Camping
    Details:

    Come join us for our annual four-river trip on the Kickapoo River, the Wisconsin River, the Mississippi River and the Wyalusing Canoe Trail in southwestern Wisconsin.  In one weekend, you will paddle a narrow, meandering river (Kickapoo), a wide recreational river (Wisconsin), a maritime superhighway (Mississippi), and lush bayou (Wyalusing backwaters).  The put-in will depend on the condition of the Kickapoo River, but in no case will this trip be rated above “advanced beginner”.

    We plan to camp on sandbars on the Wisconsin River, but by Saturday night we will be in an area of the river where the sandbars are covered when the river is high.  I have reserved a campsite at Wyalusing State Park for 7/20/19, just in case we can’t camp on the river that night.  I recommend that anyone else who wants to join us do the same, and do it soon since Wyalusing is a very popular park.  (If you waited too long and Wyalusing is full, you can still come.  There are other campgrounds in the area, and Victora Park always has room in the primitive camping field, east of the boat ramp.)

    Information will be provided to anyone interested.


    • 2019-07-24
    • 9:30 AM
    • Southern WI.
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    Date(s):
      July 24, 2019
    Leader: 
     Steve LaPorte
    Co-Leader: Sue Allman
    Location: Sugar River (Nelson Rd. to Two Rivers)
    Skill Level: Beginner
    Category:  Day Trip                                                                                               Details:
       We will be paddling the Sugar River from Nelson Rd. to Two Rivers. This section is peaceful and senic, and is appropiate for anyone, regardless of skill level.

    Contact the trip leader for information. Steve (630) 665-5707

    Initial sign-up must be done through this page, but until the PSC website is fully functional, all updates will be done by personal e-mail from one of the trip leaders.

    I ask that all paddlers sign up. Please do not invite a guest without signing him or her up through the website.





    • 2019-07-24
    • 6:00 PM
    • tbd
    Register

    Check with us as this will be dependent on water levels....  

    Date: Wednesday, July 24, 2019
    Leaders:  Sherri Graham and 
    John Anderson
    Details: We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 p.m. The trip will be under 2 hours ~4.5 miles (we will spot a car at the takeout for a reverse shuttle). After returning to load boats/gear,  we will head over to Two Brothers Tap House located @ 30w315 Calumet Ave, Warrenville (in the industrial area nw of Route 56 & 59 @ approx. 8:00 p.m.) for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact us if you plan to paddle (the shuttle logistics are very important).


    • 2019-07-28
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
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    Date(s):
    July 28, 2019
    Leader: 
    Paul Klonowski
    Co-Leader: Why not YOU???
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Skill Level:  Intermediate
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:  This is part of the Lake County Forest Preserve District’s River Stewardship Project.  The river’s looking better every year, but there’s always more junk coming downstream.  Last year we had to cancel several clean up trips due to high water; we’re hoping for improved conditions this year! 

    • 2019-07-28
    • 9:30 AM
    • Upper Des Plaines Russell Rd to Wadsworth Rd
    • 11
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    Date(s): Sunday July 28, 2019
    Leader:  Helen Gretz
    Co-Leader:   Bill Kessler
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River - Russell Rd to Wadsworth Rd
    Skill Level:  Beginner/any level
    Category:  Paddling--short day trip
    Details:
    15 boat limit including trip leaders; car shuttle 9:30AM; pack the usual: bug spray, sunscreen, snacks, lunch to eat at takeout, PFD, rain gear depending, good nature, smiles

    • 2019-07-29
    • 2019-08-02
    • Namekagon River

    Date(s):  July 29 thru Aug. 2, 2019
    Leader: 
     Steve LaPorte
    Co-Leader:
    Location:
    Namekagon River
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  River Camping                                                                                  
    Details:
     
    If you ever wanted to paddle the Namekagon when it wasn’t jammed with party animals, this might be just what you’re looking for.  We will be doing two day trips between Hayward and Trego, then doing a three day river camping trip on the usual section.  The upper section has some mild rapids, so good boat control will be required.
    (The trip may be extended, either before or after, if there is interest.)

    Contact me for details.


    • 2019-07-31
    • 6:00 PM
    • Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, Addison, IL
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    Date(s):
    Wednesday, July 31, 2019
    Leader:  Steve Sinderson  630-878-1194
    Co-Leader:  John Anderson  630-487-6865
    Location:  Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, near Fullerton & Villa Ave, Addison
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Evening Paddle
    Details:  We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 pm from Crickett Creek Forest Preserve in Addison. We will paddle to Eldridge Park in Elmhurst where a car will be spotted for a reverse shuttle. This will be a quick trip; about 2 hours, however there is one small dam we must portage. We will return drivers to the put-in to pick up cars and then return to Eldridge Park to load boats. We will meet after the paddle (approx. 9 pm) at HB Jones located at 551 South York Street in Elmhurst for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact the trip leader if you intend to paddle; the shuttle logistics are important! Please contact Steve Sinderson by phone 630-878-1194 if you have any questions. 


    • 2019-08-03
    • 8:30 AM
    • Fox River, Montgomery to Oswego
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    Date(s):
      August 3, 201
    Leader: George Stenitzer
                                                         Co-Leader: Ellen Von Ohlen
    Location:  Fox River, Montgomery to Oswego
    Skill Level:  Beginner
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:

    We will car shift at 8:30 a.m. from Montgomery Park on the west side (river right) of the Fox. The put-in is downstream from the Montgomery Dam and upstream from the Mill Street bridge. 

    We'll clean from there down to Violet Patch Park in Oswego. And we'll serve you lunch around 12:00 pm at Violet Patch Park. 

    If you find the most unusual item during the clean-up, bring it to Violet Patch Park (or take a picture, if it’s too big) and you could win a $25 prize! 

    Any questions, please reply or call me at +1-630-822-2677



    • 2019-08-07
    • 9:30 AM
    • Spring Grove
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    Date(s):
      August 7, 2019
    Leader: 
     Steve LaPorte
    Co-Leader: Sue Allman
    Location: Glacial PArk
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Day Trip                                                                                                Details:    We will be paddling Nippersink Creek from Glacial Park to Lyle Thomas Park. This section is senic with a few riffles, and is appropiate for anyone who has reasonable paddling skills.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

    Contact the trip leader for information. Steve (630) 665-5707

    Initial sign-up must be done through this page, but until the PSC website is fully functional, all updates will be done by personal e-mail from one of the trip leaders.

    I ask that all paddlers sign up. Please do not invite a guest without signing him or her up through the website.





    • 2019-08-07
    • 6:00 PM
    • tbd
    Register

    Check with us as this will be dependent on water levels....  

    Date: Wednesday, August 7, 2019
    Leaders:  Sherri Graham and 
    John Anderson
    Details: We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 p.m. The trip will be under 2 hours ~4.5 miles (we will spot a car at the takeout for a reverse shuttle). After returning to load boats/gear,  we will head over to Two Brothers Tap House located @ 30w315 Calumet Ave, Warrenville (in the industrial area nw of Route 56 & 59 @ approx. 8:00 p.m.) for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact us if you plan to paddle (the shuttle logistics are very important).


    • 2019-08-10
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Lake Atwood, The Hollows Conservation Area, Cary, IL
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    Date(s):
      August 10, 2019
    Leader:  Tracy Hunt
    Co-Leader:
    Paul Klonowski       
    Location: Lake Atwood, The Hollows Conservation Area, Cary IL
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Flatwater skills instruction (Freestyle)
    Details:
    FreeStyle Canoeing is the "art and science" of quietwater paddling. It emphasizes smooth, efficient flatwater paddling and precision boat control. FreeStyle techniques can be applied to all canoeing situations, from goofing off on a local pond to whitewater.

    FreeStyle canoeing requires no special equipment: just a canoe, a straight-shaft paddle, a life jacket (PFD), and for most folks, a kneeling pad.  Prerequisite to this class is the ability to make your solo canoe travel in a straight line.

    This class will focus on Introductory FreeStyle technique for the solo canoeist.  Bring your own solo canoe, PFD, paddle, and kneeling pad if you have one.  Also bring lunch, plenty of non-alcoholic beverages to drink, and dress for the weather – we paddle unless there’s lightning.  Bring a couple of complete changes of clothing – we all may get wet. 

    FreeStyle technique is also used in conjunction with music, creating an expressive, interpretive art form.  You can search YouTube for “Freestyle Canoe” for sample videos of this.  While Interpretive Freestyle is beyond the scope of this class, we may include short demos as time permits. 

    This class will be led by Certified Instructors from the American Canoe Association.  To learn more about Freestyle Canoeing, visit http://freestylecanoeing.com/

    Cost of the class is $50 for ACA members (bring your membership card); $5 additional for non -American Canoe Association members.  Class size is limited to 10 participants.

    Class fee(s) are to be paid on site the day of class.

    To register, contact:   Tracy Hunt; tracyhunt077@gmail.com; 630-329-4669

                OR:          Paul Klonowski; pklonowski@comcast.net; 847-687-2477


    • 2019-08-11
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
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    Date(s):
    August 11, 2019
    Leader: 
    Paul Klonowski
    Co-Leader: Why not YOU???
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Skill Level:  Intermediate
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:  This is part of the Lake County Forest Preserve District’s River Stewardship Project.  The river’s looking better every year, but there’s always more junk coming downstream.  Last year we had to cancel several clean up trips due to high water; we’re hoping for improved conditions this year! 

    • 2019-08-14
    • 6:00 PM
    • Cricket Creek Forest preserve, Addison, IL
    Register


    Date(s):
    Wednesday, August 14, 2019
    Leader:  Steve Sinderson  630-878-1194
    Co-Leader:  John Anderson  630-487-6865
    Location:  Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, near Fullerton & Villa Ave, Addison
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Evening Paddle
    Details:  We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 pm from Crickett Creek Forest Preserve in Addison. We will paddle to Eldridge Park in Elmhurst where a car will be spotted for a reverse shuttle. This will be a quick trip; about 2 hours, however there is one small dam we must portage. We will return drivers to the put-in to pick up cars and then return to Eldridge Park to load boats. We will meet after the paddle (approx. 9 pm) at HB Jones located at 551 South York Street in Elmhurst for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact the trip leader if you intend to paddle; the shuttle logistics are important! Please contact Steve Sinderson by phone 630-878-1194 if you have any questions. 


    • 2019-08-18
    • 4:30 PM
    • Woodland Plastics, 1340 W. National Ave., Addison, Illinois 60101
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    Date(s):
      August 18, 2019
    Leader:  Steve Sinderson
    Co-Leader:   John Chase
    Location: Woodland Plastics, 1340 W. National Ave., Addison, Illinois 60101
    Details: 
    PSC board meetings are open to the general membership.

    • 2019-08-21
    • 9:30 AM
    • Marengo
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    Date(s):
      August 21, 2019
    Leader: 
    Susan Allman
    Co-Leader:   Steve LaPorte
    Location:  County Line Road (Marengo to Belvidere)
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Day trip
    Details:  This is the "up north" section of the Kishwaukee River. It is about an 8 mile paddle with a little of everything; straight, curves, ripples, and possible downfall. Bring water, lunch, PFD, and dress appropriately for the water & weather. Car shift 9:30. Contact trip leader for more details.

    • 2019-08-21
    • 6:00 PM
    • tbd
    Register

    Check with us as this will be dependent on water levels....  

    Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019
    Leaders:  Sherri Graham and 
    John Anderson
    Details: We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 p.m. The trip will be under 2 hours ~4.5 miles (we will spot a car at the takeout for a reverse shuttle). After returning to load boats/gear,  we will head over to Two Brothers Tap House located @ 30w315 Calumet Ave, Warrenville (in the industrial area nw of Route 56 & 59 @ approx. 8:00 p.m.) for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact us if you plan to paddle (the shuttle logistics are very important).


    • 2019-08-24
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Register


    Date(s):
    August 24, 2019
    Leader: 
    Paul Klonowski
    Co-Leader: Why not YOU???
    Location:  Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Skill Level:  Intermediate
    Category:  Clean up
    Details:  This is part of the Lake County Forest Preserve District’s River Stewardship Project.  The river’s looking better every year, but there’s always more junk coming downstream.  Last year we had to cancel several clean up trips due to high water; we’re hoping for improved conditions this year! 

    • 2019-08-24
    • 1:00 PM
    • Busse Lake Boating Center
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    Date(s):
      August 24, 2019
    Leader: Dan Kohler
    Co-Leader:   
    Quinton Jensen
    Location:  Busse Lake Boating Center, Elk Grove Village
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner--see note below *
    Category:  Community Engagement Lake Paddles
    Details:  
    This is a fun paddle of the entire Busse Lake shoreline on the same day as the annual Cook County FP sponsored Night Bike Ride,  which mean’s lots of activity.  There is no cost for the paddle session. The night bike ride is a CCFP fundraiser and requires an entrance fee.  I am going to attend both the paddle session as well as night ride.  The paddle session will begin at 1pm and end about 5:30pm.  The Nite Ride begins about 5:30pm. Many members of the Elk Grove Bicycle Club will attend the Nite Ride.  I am also going to paddle the Fox River from St Charles to South Elgin and back early that morning. You are welcome to join that paddle session too.

    *Must be able to paddle 22 miles at the rate of about 5 miles per hour.

    Please feel free to contact me with any inquiries.

    • 2019-08-28
    • 6:00 PM
    • Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, Addison, IL
    Register


    Date(s):
    Wednesday, August 28, 2019
    Leader:  Steve Sinderson  630-878-1194
    Co-Leader:  John Anderson  630-487-6865
    Location:  Cricket Creek Forest Preserve, near Fullerton & Villa Ave, Addison
    Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner
    Category:  Evening Paddle
    Details:  We will begin our paddle promptly at 6 pm from Crickett Creek Forest Preserve in Addison. We will paddle to Eldridge Park in Elmhurst where a car will be spotted for a reverse shuttle. This will be a quick trip; about 2 hours, however there is one small dam we must portage. We will return drivers to the put-in to pick up cars and then return to Eldridge Park to load boats. We will meet after the paddle (approx. 9 pm) at HB Jones located at 551 South York Street in Elmhurst for a late dinner/snack and some camaraderie. Please contact the trip leader if you intend to paddle; the shuttle logistics are important! Please contact Steve Sinderson by phone 630-878-1194 if you have any questions. 


    • 2019-08-31
    • 2019-09-02
    • Trego, WI
    • 5
    Register


    Date(s):  August 31 - September 2, 2019
    Leader:   
    Sherri Graham and John Anderson
    Co-Leader: 
    Location:  Trego, WI
    Skill Level:  Advance Beginner
    Category:  River Camping, Advance Beginner
    Details:  Contact trip leader for details.  There is a limit of 12 paddlers for this river camping trip so reserve your spot early if you plan to attend!

    • 2019-09-02
    • Upper Des Plaines River, location TBD, based on need
    Register