No boat? No problem. For $5 an hour, rent one of the park’s new sit-on-tops that, unlike most sit-on-tops, slices through the water. Explore the 150-acre lake and its coves, or paddle under Avent Ferry Road into a wetlands fed by Walnut Creek. The paddling is exposed but convenient, and if you can’t get out on the weekend, check a boat out in the evening after work. Nice way to wind down the day and accomplish a summer paddle.
I’m loving the fabric of this super soft hoodie. I never want to take it off!
These moderately priced insoles are a great upgrade for any hiking shoe.
I wear my Arizona’s ALL the time. I can’t wait to get a new color this Spring!
The SS127 is the best paddling, purpose-built fishing kayak on the market. The secondary stability is amazing, the glide and efficiency are best in class and all the tackle management features are in the most logical place.
This is such a good value. A lightweight 1 person tent for a great price. I like it for solo missions to fish or for section hikes on the AT. With social distancing a thing, bringing your own tent on a trip with buddies makes a lot of sense.