Fountainhead Sunrise Kayak Tour - July 21, 2019July 21, 2019 Fountainhead Regional Park 10875 Hampton Road Fairfax Station, VA 22039 View Map Organized by NOVA Parks - Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority
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Fountainhead Regional Park10875 Hampton Road Fairfax Station, VA 22039
We're sorry, but this activity is over. The last meeting was Sunday, July 21, 2019.
Explore the wildlife found along our local waterways during a picturesque sunrise. The aquatic wildlife along with the variety of birds and raptors that abound make for a most memorable nature experience. This program will be led by NOVA Parks Roving Naturalist, David Garcia.
Tours offered to ages 8 and older. Ages 8-16 must be accompanied by adult. $30 per person; includes rental boat & equipment and guided tour.
Participants are required to read and accept the Assumption of Risk and Indemnification Agreement during the registration process. Please click on the link to the right to view the document.
A full refund will be given in the event of a cancellation with a minimum of 48 hours advance notice. No refund will be given for cancellations with less than 48 hours advance notice.
Unpredictable weather conditions are to be expected. Guides will assess the weather at the time of the tour. If it is unsafe, the trip will be rescheduled or canceled. In the event of cancellation a full refund will be given.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!
As with any exercise it is not advisable to eat a heavy meal just prior to attending your paddle tour. Canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding involves constant movement. Instructor(s) will lead warm-up activities at the beginning of the event to engage the body for the activity; this may be conducted on the water pending the activity.
WHAT TO BRING:
All participants must bring a water bottle.
Sun protection (if applicable) such as sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and lightweight, long sleeve shirt.
Appropriate water clothing - fibers like nylon, silk, synthetic and wool retain insulation properties even when they are wet and therefore, keep the body warmer.
Recommended footwear can be water shoes, strapped sandals, or any comfortable shoe that can get wet.
Change of clothes, shoes and towel for after the tour can be left in the car.
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Any items you do not want to get wet or loose items that may become disengaged while in the water. (cell phone, cameras, etc.)
Glasses should be secured with an eyewear retainer.
Fountainhead Regional Park, meet at boat rental area