FREE canoe or kayak rental from Peak Sports! Pick up at Cheadle Lake!
Deadline for reservation: Friday, March 9, noon (See below)
Build Lebanon Trails is excited to announce our first 2-in-1 community event! We’lll kick off spring with a kayak or canoe paddle on Cheadle Lake and our first March of the Munchkins.
Kids of all ages are invited to dress up in a costume or uniform representing exploration or outdoor activities. Children (under 18) who dress up will receive a BLT token and a copy of our Lebanon Explorer’s Guide.
The munchkin march will proceed along the paved portion of the North Shore Trail. We’ll look at the plant life and wildlife and search for the rare Oregon pond turtles that live at the lake.
For those who enjoy being out on the water, we will explore the lake water trail. Bring your kayaks, canoes or other nonmotorized human-propelled watercraft and enjoy the history of the development of Cheadle Lake Park from a different perspective.
If you’re not a munchkin and you don’t paddle, come anyway to join the fun!
Paddlers: Free kayak or canoe rental!
Peak Sports in Corvallis is generously providing kayaks and canoes at no charge! To reserve a watercraft to be waiting for you at Cheadle Lake on the morning of the event, please sign up here by noon on Friday, March 9. Fill out a different form for each watercraft you want to rent. It’s first come first served up to the number of available watercraft. When we reach the maximum available, we’ll let you know. Take advantage of this great opportunity to experience a kayak or canoe!
Kayak or canoe rental reservation
To cancel reservation up to March 7: Contact Jessica Ruef at firstname.lastname@example.org
Question about the event?
* Please NO dogs at this event.
* Strollers, wagons, tricycles and small bikes with training wheels are welcome.
* Children on bicycles are required to wear a helmet.
* Dress for the weather.
Where to meet
Cheadle Lake North Shore parking lot (off River Drive).
If you are participating in the Paddle, please meet before 8:45am at the north shore boat launch. Life vests are required for all persons in watercraft.