Sunset Canoe Float – 07/31/2020
On Friday, July 31st Ranger Matthew Bowling conducted a sunset interpretive canoe float for 8 park visitors. These ranger led canoe floats are offered 2-3 times per week between Memorial Day and Labor Day each year to provide a unique view of the Radnor Lake watershed, viewshed and land acquisition success over the past 48+ years. Each park ranger that leads these floats for the public must go thru Canoe Instructor Training Certification and also be Certified Interpretive Guides. These floats also provide a unique opportunity for our park visitors to experience the natural area with a state park ranger and last approximately 1 1/2 hours.
Registration is required with canoe, lifejackets and paddles being provided for free by the park staff. There is however a $10 on-line registration fee and COVID-19 cleaning-disinfecting of all equipment prior to and after each float to ensure the safety of our park staff and park visitors.
To learn more about these upcoming ranger led interpretive canoe floats at Radnor Lake, please visit: