Daily: 12:01 am - 11:59 pm
From August 16, 2019
To August 17, 2019
Two-day exclusive kayaking adventure on the waters of F.J. Sayers Lake and Bald Eagle Creek, Howard, PA.
One of the best ways to truly experience the Pennsylvania Wilds is by paddling our local waterways while staying within the unique comforts of the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle State Park.
Upon arriving Friday, you will begin by meeting the park naturalist and float trip leaders to discuss the weekend's float plan. Following a brief planning session a locally sourced dinner will be awaiting you on the patio of the Nature Inn. To end the day, the park naturalists will lead the group onto the lake for basic paddling instruction and relaxation during an Evening Sunset Paddle.
Saturday will be spent floating down the Bald Eagle Creek. The park naturalists will be along to point out and discuss local flora and fauna seen along the way. A creek-side lunch will be provided at historic Curtain Village and Eagle Iron Works. During the stop for lunch, park naturalists will discuss the history and importance of the area. The remainder of the afternoon will be spent paddling back to Bald Eagle State Park. After dinner at the Inn on Saturday, take the time to explore Bald Eagle State Park or local attractions on your own.
Be sure to wake up early on Sunday morning for a hot breakfast and a guided Sunday Morning Stroll led by the park naturalist to conclude the weekend before you checkout.
Bald Eagle State Park
149 Main Park Rd
Howard, PA 16841-3508