Here are a few selected links to some of our favorite sites and resources. These are a few sites I have discovered that seem to me informative or helpful. If yo have any suggestions just contact us and let us know.
The Kayakers.com – If you want to learn how to kayak or have a little experience with kayaking, but want to know more check out classes from The Kayakers.com. They offer kayak classes and kayak trips for first time kayakers to intermediate paddlers. Their tours include a guide and our instructors are ACA certified.
Rutabaga – A premier paddlesport shop in Madison, Wisconsin. Canoes, kayaks and tons of great gear. We purchased our We-no-nah Minnesota II Kevlar canoe from them and lots of other cool gear. They know what they’re doing and they love doing it. Each year they host Canoecopia—a massive paddlesport show.
Chequamegon Adventure Company C.A.Co. in Minocqua, Wisconsin offers canoeing, kayaking, camping, and adventuring gear and great expert-guided canoe and kayak tours. Tours include Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Turtle Flambeau Flowage, and others. They offer lessons ever Tuesday night at 6 pm [Memorial Day through Labor Day] at their shop on Lake Minocqua.
PaddlingLight.com – A compilation of lightweight canoe and kayak travel equipment, articles, trips, and great photos. Bryan is a professional photographer so check out his photography site too, https://www.bryanhansel.com.
Canadian Canoe Routes – A community of paddlers who share a love of Canada’s wilderness areas and their passion for exploring it by canoe. On the web site you’ll find hundreds of route descriptions, gear information and reviews, tips, tricks and techniques and active discussion forums.
SEE Kayaks is the largest directory of sea kayaking related web sites. It contains the most links to sea kayaking related sites on the web. It includes, businesses, clubs, discussion groups, events, resources, and publication links. It’s sponsored by Guillemot Kayaks.