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Paddle Maquoketa River: Canton Access to Royertown Canoe Access
Enjoy a day paddling the Maquoketa River while learning about the area’s archaeology!
Guides include County Naturalists and Brennan Dolan, Archaeologist with the Iowa DOT.
Canoes and kayaks available or bring your own. RSVP required. No cost.
This event is part of the Dubuque, Jackson &Jones County OWL series. OWL events are geared for ‘older, wiser, livelier’ adults wanting to learn more about our environment.
The Cass County Conservation Board is holding “Stand Up Paddleboard” Demonstration! The public demonstration will be held on Saturday August 31st 9AM & at 10:30AM- Cold Springs Park- Beach FREE!
SUP is the fastest growing sport in the paddling community not only across the country, but especially right here in land-locked areas like Iowa. It’s fun, healthy as a total body work-out and offers a unique perspective when it comes to being on the water. After a quick demonstration try out the boards for yourself! If you do not bring a life jacket one will be provided to you.
Children must be 16 years or older. Paddler must weigh LESS than 250 LBS.
Our Stand Up Paddleboard programs will be on the last Saturday of every month, Ending after Labor Day Weekend on Saturday September 7th.
August 31st 9AM- 5 Spots 10:30am- 5 Spots @ Cold Springs Park- Beach
You MUST CALL to get your spot! 712-769-2372 We hope you will join us! Program will be cancelled if there is unsafe weather conditions on the Lake.
57744 Lewis Rd
Lewis, IA 51544
Join Jones County Conservation for Central Lake’s Grand Opening on:
Thursday, Sept 5 from 5-7:30 p.m.
live music, ribbon cutting at 5:30 at fishing pier, fishing tackle give- a- way, educational booths, free paddle board and kayak rentals.
Bring your own picnic!
Reserve a spot by calling 319-481-7987 oe emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Oct 18 by 4:00.
Bring your own watercraft. Experienced paddlers only
Organized by Jones County Conservation