10th Annual Day on the River: Sunday, June 5, 2016

PSCC leads the initiative for a more walkable, bikeable, boatable river.

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Families who boat together stay together!

Families who boat together stay together!

Just a $10.00 donation for adults, and kids over 12. Everyone else paddles, pedals and rows for free, for four hours! Invest in River Access. Perks? Baskin Robbins will give everyone with a wristband a double dip sundae or two scoops in a waffle cone! Cool off with ice cream after your four hours of exercise.

On Sunday, June 5, from 10 am to 2 pm, come to the future site of The Floathouse, the Petaluma Turning Basin, and try everything PSCC has to offer. Day on The River is an annual event of energy and imagination. When The Floathouse boat and board rental center is established in the Turning Basin, every day can be a Day on The River. Come play with us!

For the past 9 years, we’ve put hundreds of people out on the river on this single day, paddling, floating, pedaling and rowing. Once again this year, we’ll hold this affordable event for the whole community. We’ll have kayaks, pedal boats, an Adirondack guide boat, paddle boards, Hawaiian outrigger canoes, big family rowing boats, Hobie Cat craft… Individuals and families can try boats and boards of many hues and many speeds.

We build community through boating, and are happy to be the coordinator of this huge volunteer-heavy event. Look forward to meeting the good folk of to Petaluma SUP, The Guideboat Company, Clavey Paddlesports, Windtoys, Lokahi, and North Bay Rowing Club.

Thanks to everyone who, year after year, volunteers to make the event a success, especially our generous sponsors: Clavey Paddlesports, Petaluma SUP, highdive and The Sonoma County Gazette! See you in June!


Who benefits from river access?

Wanderers, voters, birders, swimmers (sometimes unintentionally!) Cyclists, community leaders, water contemplators, kids! Picnickers, collegiate competitors, friends, mud-lovers, tide observers. Rowers, ecologists & biologists, canoeists, businesspeople. Hikers, fishermen and women, homeowners, kayakers, environmental advocates, fitness enthusiasts. Naturalists, coaches, photographers… and what about you?