Party time! Unless you’re a water penny beetle, you’ve probably heard about our Silver Celebration Float on the Current River. But hey, maybe you are a water penny beetle. So let’s be inclusive. We’ll start from the beginning, and end with the details.
We’re putting ya’ll in sturdy canoes and at pretty campsites, and we’re making sure you’re well fed, to boot. You’ll see a couple different stretches of the river, and we’ll take care of the shuttle.
The cost to you? $75, and just $50 for the kids. That ain’t bad, folks. That. Ain’t. Bad.
And all you gotta do is bring the essentials!
(But feel free to bring a little more, since we’re camping at the same place both nights.)
Oh, and register! Don’t forget to register. The deadline is September 16. Fill out the form online here.
- All meals Friday dinner through Sunday lunch are provided.
- We’ll also give you your own straw hat and dry bag.
- If you’re a little uneasy in a canoe, we’re giving paddling lessons on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.
- Pets and alcohol are not allowed.
- No personal canoes! Relax and let us take care of everything for you.
Friday evening: Check in at Pulltite campground, set up camp, and see a program on Stream Team history at the ampitheatre. After your bout of inspiration, network and relax by the campfire.
Saturday: Check-in continues and breakfast is served. Starting at 9, we’ll load up and launch groups of floaters 20 minutes apart. Stop at a gravel bar with your box lunch, and be sure to pull off near Cave Spring for a Fish Shocking Demonstration! See fish that get pulled up, maybe even net some!
That night, it’s dinner, campfire networking, and if you’re feeling confident, you can bring out your musical instruments!
Sunday: After launching at 8 a.m., stop for another gravel bar lunch, and then see a water quality demonstration near Round Spring. We’ll get you off the river by 2-3 in the afternoon, when you can get shuttled back to Pulltite and pack up.
Details will be in the packet we send to registered Stream Teamers. Register online here by September 16 to reserve your canoe!