The second Full Moon Paddle of the 2022 summer season is scheduled for Sunday, July 10th at the Orange Beach Wind & Water Learning Center on Wolf Bay.
The cost is $30 with all proceeds going to the Baldwin County Child Advocacy Center. The June 12th paddle raised $640. The July event will include dinner by Luna's Food & Drink, entertainment by Jerry Anderson, and a guided paddle across Wolf Bay to watch the sunset and full moon rise. Dinner and entertainment at 6:15 p.m., with the paddle starting at 7 p.m.
The Wind & Water Learning Center is at 26267 Canal Road, behind the Orange Beach Public Library.
Pre-registration is required. Registration closes at 9 a.m. Friday, July 8th. Online registration is available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wolf-bay-full-moon-paddle-july-10-tickets-368359161167.
Print out a registration form for the July 10th Full Moon Paddle by clicking here. Also, forms are available at Orange Beach City Hall and the Recreation Center.
All funds raised go directly to the Baldwin County Child Advocacy Center.
- Participants must bring their own kayak or canoe, lifejacket and white light (headlamps work best).
- Participants must wear life jackets during the paddle.
- Paddling experience is necessary for this event that covers 3-5 miles depending on condition.
- It is not an event for beginners or young children.
For more information, contact WWLC Coordinator Jackie McGonigal at 251-974-7245 or on her cell at 251-424-5909 or via email at email@example.com.