Paddling for Preservation

Craving a mini-vacation but don’t have the time to get away? Always wanted to paddle the Great Tangipahoa River but haven’t had the chance?

Land Trust for Louisiana is here to make it happen!

It’s time for the Third Annual Tangipahoa Canoe Trip! Join us for a day of relaxing and floating down this classic gulf coast stream with a meandering course, numerous white sand bars, heavily forested banks, modest currents and few (if ANY) signs of development!

Rest and relaxation are just a paddle away!

The Canoe Trip is Sunday, October 20th and is co-sponsored by the Land Trust for Louisiana and Canoe & Trail Adventures.

DETAILS
Meet us at 9:00 a.m. in Independence – take out will be downstream in mid-afternoon. Bring a sack-lunch and cold drink! Biologists and naturalists will be on hand to point out and describe the flora and fauna along the tour. Refreshments will be provided at the end of the journey at Pine Knoll Farm.

Come alone and make new friends or bring your friends and family!
• $30 for a single paddler
• $55 for two person canoe
• $65 for a Family Canoe (two person canoe with a child passenger)

Got a canoe or kayak and want to come along? No problem!
• $15 for a single paddler
• $25 for two paddlers
• $30 for a family canoe

You can register online:
https://canoeandtrail.com/trips/tangi/

Or for more information contact:
Canoe & Trail Adventures 
Byron Almquist — 504-233-0686
trips@canoeandtrail.com
https://www.canoeandtrail.com/

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