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@ Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary Ellis Bay - West Alton, MO
Would you like to paddle on the Mississippi River in a safe, family-friendly and fun way? Join the Safety Boaters from the Mississippi River Water Trail Association, the St. Louis Canoe and Kayak Club, and the US Army Corps of Engineers Park Rangers for Riverlands: Paddle Festival on May 20th, 2017 from 11-4 PM at the Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary’s Ellis Bay in West Alton, MO.
One $5 fee will give you use of canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, paddles, life jackets, and expert tips from experienced paddlers. This event is suitable to new and experienced paddlers of all ages. Paddlers should dress for the occasion. For more information visit www.greatriverwatertrail.org or call The National Great Rivers Museum at (618) 462-6979.
The American Canoe Association supports this event. (Members please provide ACA number at registration.)
Directions: Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary's Ellis Bay is located in West Alton, MO
From St. Louis, take highway 367, turn right onto Riverlands Way (before the Clark Bridge), go approximately 1 mile, the pavilion will be on your left.
From Alton, Cross the Clark Bridge on highway 367, turn left onto Riverlands Way, go approximately 1 mile, the pavilion will be on your left.
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