You can attend one of the top fall events in the area on October 13th. The World Paddle For The Planet 2013 will start at 8am and will be held at Carillon each. This event will last four days and will include plenty of parties, entertainment and more.
With four days full of art, film, paddling, music and more, this party will be more fun than you can find anywhere else in the area. Carillon Beach is found on Lake Powell, which is one of the largest coastal dune lakes and will provide plenty of beautiful scenery for the event.
The 24-hour paddle event will include specific guidelines including:
- At least one team member has to be on the water for 24 hours
- Teams must provide their own food, water and trash disposal
- Each paddle crafts must have a PFD
- Leash must be worn from dust to dawn
- Night paddlers will need lights including board lights, headlamps, glow sticks or all of them
- Teams must bring their own PFDs, Paddles and Boards
- SUP Boards, PFDs and Paddles can be rented for a fee and must be reserved ahead of time
Participation in the 24-hour paddle event is $350 per team and each team can have up to ten members.
Along with the 24-hour paddle event, a 2-hour family paddle event will be held on Lake Carillon. This event is $50 per family and will begin one hour before sunset. It's open to the first 25 families and will provide an opportunity to use night SUPs. All children and adults will need a PFD for this event.
Schedule of Events
- Opening Reception - October 10th at 6pm
- SUP Yoga - October 11th from 7am to 8:30am
- Festival Events from Noon to 6pm on October 11th including Education Day, NOAA's touch tanks, Music, Kids Yoga and more
- Family Paddle event - 5:30pm to 7:30pm on October 11th
- Outdoor Film Screening - 7:30pm on October 11th
- 24-hour World Paddle for the Planet starts at Noon on October 12th
- Recognition Ceremony - 6pm to 10pm on October 13th