Chuckanut Full-Day Kayak Tour

This is our favorite local kayaking experience! Launching from Larrabee State Park, we spend the day exploring the intricate sandstone formations, nooks and crannies of the intertidal zone and basking in the Pacific Northwest beauty. Due to our wonderful schedule we have plenty of time to explore and enjoy the scenery. 

We stop for lunch (provided by Moondance) on Chuckanut Island, a beautiful refuge that is protected by The Nature Conservancy. After lunch we to hop back in the kayaks to refine our paddling technique and search for more of this regions hidden gems, including bald eagles, sea stars, harbor seals and the occasional porpoise or river otter. Come discover what sea kayaking in the pacific northwest is all about without any hassle from a ferry line! 

Trip Highlights: Fossils, Geology, Wildlife, Leisure Pace, opportunity to cover more miles by kayak.

Starts: June 30, 2022

Occurs: Every week on Sunday Thursday, until September 04, 2022
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Admission: $110+

Location: Larrabee State Park
245 Chuckanut Dr, Bellingham, Wa 98229

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Produced By: Moondance Sea Kayak Adventures

Contact Person: Moondance Sea Kayak Adventures

Phone: (360) 738-7664

Email: info@moondancekayak.com

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