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Join us for some stand up paddleboarding on the beautiful Russian River this summer. Spaces are filling up fast! Book your trip now!
Open on the Russian River May 19th! Come and paddleboard with SUP Odyssey on the Russian River! Located at the Schoolhouse Canyon Campground private beach. Your board is ready…
Hello and thank you all for another wonderful season of stand up paddle boarding on the Russian River! It was a fun summer with great water levels that allowed for our best and most popular experience, the self guided downriver trip! I hope for another winter filled with an abundance of rain that help our drought conditions and provide the water levels we need for the same trip next summer.
Come and join us on the Russian River for the last few weeks of summer. We will be closing October 25th so come and paddle board before the fall rains come and end our season. Russian River trips and Bioluminescence tours are still available but will end soon!
Bioluminescence tours are back at Tomales Bay. Due to the moonlight we have limited dates to view natures magical light show. Trips start and finish at the boat ramp next to Nicks Cove in Marshall, CA.
Tours are available
September 15-21 starting at 7:45pm.
September 22-24 starting at 7:30pm.
October 14-24 starting at 7:00pm.
Call or email email@example.com and 415-497-0179 to book your reservation.
Available dates for 2017
Call, text or email SUP ODYSSEY to book your reservation.
Gently glide down the Russian River on our large stable paddlebaords. Enjoy this trip while it lasts! This is the only year we have been able to offer this trip due to the rainy winter and high water levels. This trip was not available the last two years due to the drought conditions. Get it while you can!
Open Memorial Day Weekend! Join us at the Schoolhouse Canyon Campground private beach. Due to high water levels on the river we are now offering self guided Russian River trips starting at Steelhead Beach and finishing at the Schoolhouse Canyon Campground. These trips cost $70 per person and take about 2.5 hours depending on how hard you paddle.