kayak/canoe stansbury lake - November 1, 2009
The WMC offers COVID conscious opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Participants of all in-person events should bring and wear face coverings, expect social distancing, and changes to our usual practices. To support contact tracing and hands-free signing of the WMC Liability Waiver, online registration is required for all in person WMC events.Don't put your boat away yet ! We have another opportunity to get together to paddle. Margo and Laron Huddleston, new members, invite all who love being on the water to join them at Stansbury Lake, just 10 minutes from Saltair and the GSL marina. Location: Take exit 99 off i-80 and follow on Route 36 towards Tooele. Follow signs to Stansbury Park. Go right onto Route 138, (1/4 mile on right, pass Benson's Grist Mill. Look to left and you will see the millpond. Take your next left into Delgada Estates at Stansbury Lake.Take a quick left onto Delgada Lane. On your right, park in front of green belt / sandy, boat dock area or park in front of the empty lots across from this area. From this location we can easily drop our boats into the Millpond & Stansbury Lake.(they are across from each other). See Goggle map: 192 Delgada Llane, Stansbury Park, Utah. This is a neat location. On the millpond we can paddle by the Stansbury Park observatory, the Millpond Spa and b&b, and under the Millpond footbridge. The Millpond is a small, more rural pond. It is a fed by a warm spring, and usually does not freeze over in the winter. Beautiful! Stansbury is a private lake, residential area. Fishing is allowed without a licensed. Lots of trout, bass, etc. With 4-5 miles to paddle around. We have a tamdem kayak available to the first to request it. We look forward to another day of paddling and showing you this neat area to paddle. Rain date: Nov. 7th Saturday, 2 p.m. Call if weather is questionable.
|Date:||Sun Nov 1 2009|
|Meeting Place:||Stansbury Lake. See directions in description|
|Meeting Time:||2:00 pm|