Ridgfefield Kayak Classes
We offer a wide range of Kayaking & Standup Paddleboarding classes. From basic skills classes to moonlight paddles on the beach. Ridgefield Kayak has plenty of fun paddles for family & friends.
Learn to Kayak Tour
Come paddle through the winding waterways of the Columbia River Water Trail near the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge for a few hours. Experience the beauty and fun of paddling Lake River. We can practice our paddling skills with the help of an experienced guide. A variety of birds and wildlife are sometimes seen as we slip around the puzzle pieces of land and explore paths once traveled by native tribes and Lewis and Clark. We will paddle Lake R and look for bald eagles and blue herons and so much more! As part of the tour, we will cover many basic paddling skills including launching, maneuvering, and how to stay safe on the water. First timers are always welcome as this is a great way to learn some fundamentals!
Ridgefield Moonlight Paddle
Our VERY popular evening paddle in the moonlight. Paddle north to the Columbia River. Experience the magic of the setting sun and the rising full moon. Pack food for a beach dinner. All levels welcome. 3 hour guided paddle, must be 12 years or older. Reservations needed.
Spend 3 hours with our wonderful guides as you paddle out to the Columbia River. Pull over to enjoy the moonlight and perhaps some dinner.
Ridgefield Bachelor Island Circumnavigation
The Columbia River Water Trail is a wonderful place to explore by kayak. Come paddle through the winding waterways of the Columbia River Water Trail on this full day tour! A variety of birds and wildlife are often seen as we slip around the puzzle pieces of land and explore paths once traveled by native tribes and Lewis and Clark! This 6 hour flat water tour is a terrific way to experience the beauty of the river and cover a little more distance. We will offer skill building and assistance where needed, but folks on this tour will have been paddling before. If tides allow we will make the trip all the way around the National Wildlife Refuge on Bachelor Island!