Did you know that 3/4 of the birds on the Pacific Flyway stop in the Klamath Basin and the Wood River Wetlands is the place to view them birds! Pelicans, Herons, Egrets, Grebes, Wood Ducks, Pelicans, Ospreys, Eagles, Seagulls, Comarants, Swallows, and a whole bunch more are some that you may see. Along with the birds you may also see Beavers, Marmots, River Otters and other wildlife. This place has such an awesome variety of wildlife! A favorite spot, for sure!
This float is one of our easiest and perfect for the beginner with little or no kayaking experiance. We start out at Petric Park and go through the wetlands to the Wood River, we float down stream to Agency Lake where we meander across back to another finger of the Wood then back through the wetlands to the launch ramp.
We take lots of pictures while on our tour so be sure to check out our Facebook Page to see your tour and feel free to share.
Cost for this tour is $60.00 per person. which includes one or two of our guides to go along. This tour is limited to 12 guests total + two guides. If 6 or less guests attend then only 1 guide will accompany.
Kayaks, paddles, life vests and whistle will be provided.
This tour requires a 4 person minimum, so bring a few friends!
If you wish, you can call or e-mail us to find out how many have already booked.
E-mail: email@example.com phone: 541-591-0949.
All guests are required to sign our company policy waiver and a parent/quardian permission form (if minors are to attend). Forms can be found HERE to review and will be provided for signing when you arrive.
When you book you will receive a confirmation e-mail and then, a few days before your booked date you will receive an e-mail with more specific information. (And some discount coupons for area establishments!)
Our licensed Oregon Guides are very experianced with years on the water and dedicated to providing you a very enjoyable experiance that you will remember a lifetime.
The 3,200-acre wetland is part of the historic delta of the Wood River adjacent to Agency Lake, and it includes three miles of public access to the river banks of the Wood River itself. Since acquiring the property in 1994, the Bureau of Land Management has focused primarily on wetland and river channel restoration. Water in the 3,200-acre wetland is manipulated to enhance the habitat for wetland plants and processes, while improving water quality for fish and wildlife in Wood River.