Our calendar charts our NSSKA trip plans for this season.  Check back often as we will be updating it frequently.

Leading a trip?  Take some time to review our documents regarding rules, checklists and disclaimers. 

Trip Classification and Rules

Trip Leaders Checklist

NSSKA Member Release Form

NSSKA Trip Waiver Form

Do you have an idea for a paddle or paddling related event that you would like to share with the club?  Fill out the form below and let us know!

(Note - when you click “Launch”, a copy of the email will be sent to the email address you provided above as well as to the NSSKA board members.  If you do not provide an email address, we will not be able to respond.)

Kayaks in the Pool!

On Tuesday evenings between 8:30 pm and 9:45 pm, the Marysville YMCA pool has “kayaks in the pool” time. The program continues through May.

If your a member of a Snohomish County YMCA, you pay $5 per session. Otherwise, you pay a $25 annual use fee then $5 per use after that. They limit the sessions to 12 boats. 

Sounds like a great deal if you're a YMCA member. And a good deal if you're not!

**These sessions are not hosted by NSSKA. They are intended for self guided practice.

Help Preserve Your Water Trails

Want to be better stewards of Washington’s precious waterways and shore lands? Consider joining Washington Water Trails, a pivotal organization directly responsible for preserving, maintaining and expanding access to the precious places we paddle in the Puget Sound!

It’s easy, it’s inexpensive, and it’s important. If you’ve let your membership lapse please consider renewing it. Click here to quickly and easily join or renew. If you’re already a member, perhaps you can donate a little extra this year. WWTA needs your support!

Your membership dollars go toward many projects, including:

  • Supporting access to Washington’s waterways & coastlines for current & future generations
  • Increasing outreach and education efforts on shoreline access issues 
  • Updating and reprinting the Cascadia Marine Trail guidebook
  • Leave no trace training and stewardship programs.


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