Classes

SherriKayaks Outdoor Programs will be offering several beginner paddle sports classes on the Fox River at Fox River Paddle Sports.  You can find the complete schedule for all of the classes listed below, as well as many others being offered at other locations, by visiting www.SherriKayaks.com.  You must register in advance for these classes by calling 262-895-2008 or email sherri@sherrikayaks.com.  Cost includes use of a kayak/canoe/SUP and all paddling equipment.

Tours

KAYAK

Guided one-way kayaking trips on stretches of the Fox River are led by SherriKayaks Outdoor Programs.  The cost of the trips is $65/person and includes a kayak and all paddling equipment.  You must register in advance for these trips by calling 262-895-2008 or emailing sherri@sherrikayaks.com.  To see complete descriptions of the trips and the current schedule, please visit www.SherriKayaks.com.

Trip Options:

  • Mukwonago to Big Bend (7.4 miles)
  • Big Bend to Tichigan (6.6 miles)
  • Tichigan to Waterford (5 miles)
  • Waterford to Saller Woods (3.5-5 miles)
  • Rochester to Burlington (5.5 miles)

STANDUP PADDLEBOARD (SUP)

If you enjoy SUP paddling, try a one-way guided trip on the Fox River.  Our SUP trips start in Waterford at Fox River Paddle Sports and end in Rochester.  This isn’t a class, but your guide is an ACA-certified stand-up paddling instructor and can give you some helpful pointers during the trip.  The cost is just $60/person and includes your board, paddle, leash, and life jacket.  To see the complete current schedule of trips, please visit www.SherriKayaks.com.  You can register by calling 262-895-2008 or email sherri@sherrikayaks.com.

Paddling Conversations

Stop in during one of the four Wednesday evenings this summer when Sherri will offer a series of relaxed “Paddling Conversations” on a variety of topics relating to the sports of canoeing, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboard.  Gather around the picnic table at Fox River Paddle Sports in Waterford or bring your own lawn chair.  Sherri will give an informal presentation before opening the discussion with the audience.  Although there is a designated topic for each of the six gatherings, feel free to come on by to ask questions about any paddling topic.  All “Conversations” begin at 5:30pm and generally last until about 7pm.  These events are free to the public and do not require advance registration.

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  • June 26, 2019 – Everything You Need to Know About Transporting Your Canoe, Kayak, or Paddleboard
  • July 24, 2019 – What’s SUP? (Learn about Paddleboards)
  • August 21, 2019 – Expanding Your Paddle Season
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