Please note:

Reservations are necessary for all of our tours, classes, and lessons. Please call (707) 962-1623 for reservations.

Mendocino Kayaking Events

Spring has sprung on the Mendocino Coast and so have plans for spring and summer kayaking.  So let's get ready toKayaking on Big River in Mendocino. paddle . . .

We are rallying kayakers for the 11th Annual Big River Walk and Paddle to support the Cancer Resource Center of Mendocino County.  We are offering free kayak rentals to any paddlers who have taken a class from us.  Contact us to reserve your kayak.

Get your kayaking skills ready for summer paddling with a kayak class.  All levels of paddlers will benefit from a class where we can perfect your techniques and make paddling more easy, safe, and fuLearn to kayak in Mendocino.n.

Our 4 week, Introduction to Kayaking Class at the CV Starr Community Center Pool starts April 26.  This is a great class for learning basic strokes and capsize recovery skills in a heated swimming pool.  Dont' miss out as we won't be teaching this class again until September.  The pool is also a great place to learn and practice your roll.  Call us to schedule a roll lesson or tune-up.

For those that are just getting interested in kayaking, try out one of our tours or our Discover Kayaking Class.  For those interested in sea Mendocino sea kayak rock gardening.kayaking on the Mendocino Coast, check out our sea kayaking classes that start with essential kayak skills and progress through rock gardening. 

Our regular paddling events have begun.  We haMendocino sea our Second Sunday Sea Kayak Paddles which are 3-4 hour guided coastal explorations of the Mendocino Coast in sea kayaks.

Enjoy a leisurely kayak or canoe trip up the Noyo River.  We are renting kayaks for kayaking on Fort Bragg's Noyo River on weekends from 10-5 (weekdays by appointment).

Upcoming events will be kayaking safety events for National Safe Boating Week, and our social paddles.  We will be posting more on these soon.  For now - GET OUT and PADDLE!!!

Fort Bragg dog kayaking on the Noyo River.


Check out this New Mendocino County Adventure - Tracks to Kayaks

Explore the Mendocino County Redwoods and Fort Bragg's Noyo River Valley by train and by kayak.

Mendocino and Fort Bragg kayaking fun for families.

Liquid Fusion Kayaking and the Skunk Train have teamed up for 2010 to offer TRACKS to KAYAKS.  Ride the Skunk Train from Fort Bragg to Northspur.  On the return from Northspur, disembark from the train to kayak 2.5 miles on the Noyo River Estuary back to Fort Bragg.

Starting April 2010!!!  For dates and more information check out Tracks to Kayaks.




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