Solar Eclipse Paddle :: Paddleboard on Lake Burton During the Solar Eclipse!
What: Solar Eclipse Paddle on Lake Burton
When: Monday, 21 August 2017 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Cost: $189 per person
Where: Wildcat Creek Cove on Lake Burton in northern Georgia (more detailed directions will be provided to people with complete reservations)
Who: You! (Along with Saint Simons Paddleboard & Kayak and a few more guests). All ages and skill levels are welcome. If needed, you can schedule a private paddleboarding lesson in the morning before the eclipse.
Why: Solar eclipses are super cool and getting to see a total solar eclipse is a rare opportunity. (According to this list of solar eclipses, the next total solar eclipse visible from the United States will be in April of 2024; there won’t be another total solar eclipse visible from Georgia during this century!)
August 21, 2017 will bring Georgians one of the only full eclipses we will see in the next 100 years. St. Simons Paddleboard & Kayak is offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view this amazing event while paddleboarding on Lake Burton, Georgia. Norm will provide all the equipment and training you will need to have a safe, fun, and educational experience on this very special day. Complementary viewing glasses, snacks, and beverages are also included. Come by yourself, bring that special someone, or the whole family. This eclipse experience will fill up quickly as space is limited. Call 912-230-4323 to book your spot on the solar eclipse paddle before it’s too late!
If you’re looking for more information about the solar eclipse, we found a few resources that might be helpful. Each link opens in a new tab.
Here’s a map of where we’ll watch the eclipse:
Parking will be near the dock. You can navigate to the parking area using this Google Maps pin.