Like everyone in the Baton Rouge area, we have plenty of stories about the unprecedented flooding. We figured we’d post a few tidbits as we get ready to head back out onto the waterways.
It’s official. Our July night paddle will be this Saturday (the 23rd) down that delightful night paddle waterway, Bayou Manchac.
What: A relaxing 5.6-mile red-light-night paddle down Bayou Manchac.
Who: Anyone who wants to enjoy a nice night paddle.
When: Heading down the bayou at 8pm.
Where: Starting where Alligator Bayou meets Bayou Manchac (Alligator Bayou Road in Prairieville), and ending on Camp Drive in Prairieville.
If you’re coming with your own boat and want to two-car it, or if you’d like to park at the exit point and pre-shuttle, we can give you the ending address. Shuttling back to the start after the paddle is also available with no prior commitment but perhaps slightly slower service.
To reserve a space or arrange for shuttling, contact us at 225-366-8254 or send an email. As always, donations are graciously accepted but never obligatory.
On the Comite Adventure paddle, Mike and I had tackled all the fallen trees we encountered… except here. We couldn’t finish this pair, so Saturday morning, I made another visit. Read more…
What: A relaxing night paddle under a full moon.
When: Friday, June 17, 2016, 7:30pm until.
Where: Ward Creek into Bayou Manchac.
Who: Anyone who wants to. Read more…
It’s time for another night paddle, and this time we’re heading back to Spanish Lake by moonlight. This is one of our favorite paddle trips, but as it requires launching from private land, it is only available to us by special permission. Don’t miss your chance to experience Spanish Lake by moonlight. Read more…
BREC Outdoor Adventure’s Sunset Paddles are a great way to spend a Friday evening whether the skies are clear or cloudy. This month’s sunset set the bar high. Read more…
We had been trying to do a Comite expedition for a while, but scheduling and water levels scrubbed the plans repeatedly. Finally, everything aligned (except the forecast), so we figured we’d go on an adventure to see what issues there were and to handle as many as we could. Read more…