Vermillion Provincial Park - "Kinky" Weekend

06.10.2022 - 06.12.2022
Vermillion Provincial Park



Trip Type:

Flatwater, Car camping

Detailed Trip Rating:

Grade A Click here for details on Trip Grade and Skills

Experience Level:


Water Class:

 Class 1

Trip Description:

Come work out the “kinks” with your new boat, camping or paddling gear. This will be a relaxing weekend to do a small lake paddle at a bird sanctuary, some biking, walking or relaxing with others. The goal of the weekend is to provide a safe place to try that new stove, hammock or tent without fear of being on the river and it not working. Got a new paddle float and don’t know how to use it? Someone will show you how. We welcome everyone and every type of boat and paddler. Wondering about what kind of chair to get? Come and meet other club members and check out all their gear. 

Plan: Arrive Friday afternoon and set up camp. Meet and greet around a group campfire. 

Saturday morning, do shuttle or take your own boat and car down to the put in at the campground. Small sandy point put in, ample parking a short ways away. Drop and park. Go as a group down the length of the lake approximately 2 hours one way.

Come back have lunch. Group can relax, bike ride, Golf, go for walk. 

Then if there is enough interest, we will play some water polo, or maybe go for a group bike ride for ice cream (Mostly flat about 2.5 miles), paved. If we play water polo, we’ll take a pop up for shade for onlookers, bring your own chair. 

Sunday morning we can paddle again or relax, group dependent.


Suitable Boats

(see notes)

Open Canoe - Yes

Covered Canoe - Yes

Touring Kayak - Yes

Rec Kayak - Yes

Whitewater Kayak – No

Meeting Point:

 Vermillion Provincial Park

Trip Coordinator:

Karyn Murray

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Denise Jackman

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Trips are open to all current Northwest Voyageurs Canoe and Kayak Club members.

You must provide your own boat or have prearranged a rental from the club to participate in the trip.

Touring Kayak - Typically 12 feet long or more and 24" wide or less, with front and rear water tight compartments for flotation and storage, defined keel

Rec Kayak - Typically less than 12 feet long, often greater than 24" wide, with one or no water tight compartments, may or may not have a keel

Whitewater Kayak - Typically less than 10', no watertight compartments, no keel



Location information

Vermillion Provincial Park

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