Morris, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2014 -- KayakMorris.com recently introduced its Earth Day Paddle Kayak Tour Gourmet Potluck Beach Campout. This event is kid and family friendly and is suitable for beginner campers. Many activities are planned including a guided kayak tour, hikes, outdoor education topics and more. A nature scavenger hunt is one just one of the fun activites that kids(of all ages can participate in during the Earth Day Paddle Kayak Tour Gourmet potluck Beach Campout.
Kayak Morris Campground is located less than 1 hour from Chicago and boasts fully wooded camping with sandy beach shores on the Illinois river. Kayak Morris Campground is also adjacent to the Illinois and Michigan Canal / towpath which is famous for its history and uninterrupted trails for hiking and biking. Kayak Morris Campground boasts its well-maintained white sand river frontage with spectacular views of the night time starry skies. The venue is complete with picnic tables and various grills so all campers will only need to bring is a dish to pass, and any other camp personal gear they require.
If you don’t have your own tent, tents are available for rent complete with free set up and take down. The campers will also have fun with a campfire throughout the night made possible by Kayak Morris staff. No need to bring wood. A feature of the evening will be a movie-in-woods when they join the Earth Day Paddle Kayak Tour Gourmet potluck Beach Campout. Campers will be assisted by a professional tour guide. The Earth Day Paddle Kayak Tour Gourmet Putlock Beach Campout will be on April 26, 2014 at 2:00 PM in the afternoon. The Campground is close to Chicago so participants may reach the actual venue in less than an hour.
To learn more about The Earth Day Paddle Kayak Tour Gourmet potluck Beach Campout, please check out http://www.kayakmorris.com/EarthDaykayaktourcamp.html. For inquiries, please contact them at 630-567-4653.
KayakMorris (http://www.kayakmorris.com) is not just another rental place. WE utilize paddling as a vector for teaching kids of all ages about the outdoors. Our tours/trips are educational journeys to teach kids and adults about our natural resources and how we may preserve them for generations to come.