Kayaking around California Central Coast
How to get connected – Where to go
Kayaking EcoAdventurer, Meade Fischer writes about doing it on the Central Coast: Getting Started -On Monterey Bay •The ultimate Eco Sport – Kayaking – has a real home on the California Central Coast. Slough paddling and ocean rides into incredible environmental and wildlife wonders
Kayaks are available to rent for paddling in sloughs, bays and in the ocean at Big Sur. Much of the greatness of the National Marine Sanctuary is uniquely accessed by this exciting recreation.
Monterey Bay Kayaks
693 Del Monte Avenue Monterey
and Elkhorn Slough
Pelican Network Sites for Monterey Bay Area
Elkhorn Sough Kayak Connection
2370 Hwy 1 Moss Landing
A B Seas Kayaks
32 Cannery Row, at Coast Guard Pier, Monterey
Elkhorn Slough Safari
Adventures by the Sea
299 Cannery Row Monterey
Located at the water in Moss Landing and Santa Cruz Individual rentals, tours for all skill levels, paddling with mother gray whales and their calves, sunset paddles among otters, seals, herons and pelicans, and some strenuous open sea paddles for the kayaking adventurer.
• Where to get a good deal on a great Kayak
• Tide Charts
• Bird and Wildlife Spotting
See Meade Fischer’s column “Getting Started in Monterey Bay“
Artichokes Best of California’s Central Coast –
Approved to benefit Pelican Affinity Partners, the community-based non profits who help the arts and environment.
Beautifully told history of the Monterey Bay natives by Lois Robin – a CD
The Butterfly Center at Santa Cruz Park Friends. Books from the online Park Store. See the Monarch Miracle in the Natural Bridges Sanctuary.
Or, at the Monarch Sanctuary in Pacific Grove