Spring and Fall offer amazing opportunities for aquatic and land based education.  

Using core standards, STEM and Project WET/WILD we will customize a class field trip for grades 4th -12th.  

Options for K-3 can be discussed. Field trips include water safety, introduction to five types of watercraft: Kayaks, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Peddle Bikes and Canoes. Hands-on activities will get students excited about science, nature and the aquatic world of wonder.  We will facilitate and provide teachers and students with an outlet for hands-on learning. We will help inspire, encourage and increase interest with a sense of adventure while investigating science and our natural world in the perfect outdoor classroom. 

Program Options

Water Safety / Boating Instruction / Paddle Science

Aquatic Investigations / Project WET and WILD curriculum

Native Plant, Animal and Bird life explorations

Guided Hikes with Naturalist/Ranger

Team Building, Non Competitive Games

History of our Region, Native Ways

Local Geography and Human Impacts on Water systems 

• Seasonal changes offer unique opportunities that will be highlighted according to the time of year you visit.  We will customize modules according to your grade's Standards and the focus you choose for the students.  Above all it will be experiential, fun and educational for all involved. 

• A typical school educational program runs during the months of April, May, June, July, August, September, and October.  9:00a – 2:00p or your choice to meet travel and school schedules.  We are open to Winter and early Spring options for a whole different experience.  Overnight camping is possible with explorations of our night sky and the joy of the dark.   

• Costs: $10.00 per student with the remainder of the cost per student being covered by California Department of Boating and Waterways grant funds. Cost depending on full day or ½ day and choice of activities. Group size Min 15 Max 60.      

• We are a scholarship program with funds to cover student costs not including transportation.  

These funds are limited and on first come first serve basis. 


Contact us for more information and to schedule an experience:

Brad Cooke

Program Coordinator 

(530) 893-2984