You must wear shoes that will stay on your feet in the water - please no flip-flops or Crocs.
Dress to get wet. A bathing suit, shorts and a t-shirt with sneakers or water shoes work well on a warm summer day. Always bring a fleece top or wool sweater, windbreaker and wool socks in case the weather turns cooler. Paddling jackets are available for rentals on early spring and fall days when it’s cooler on the water. Bring a towel and an extra set of clothing to change into after the trip. We provide paddles and personal floatation devices.
You should bring a large hat, sunscreen, bug spray, sunglasses, swimsuit, towel and a water bottle.