No alcoholic beverages, drugs or intoxicated canoeists are allowed. Canoeing can be a dangerous
activity and Shoal Creek Canoe Run reserves the right to refuse service to
anyone that poses a risk to themselves or others.
No crashing of canoes or kayaks into one another. Canoeists will be liable for
loss of or damage to Shoal Creek Canoe Run property (e.g., canoes, kayaks,
paddles, life vests).
No firearms or weapons of any kind.
No littering. Keep all litter in your canoe and properly dispose of it after
No glass containers.
While being transported to and from access points, you must remain seated in
the vehicle at all times.
Life vests are required by law to be in your possession and should be worn at
all times. Also, by
law, life vests MUST be worn by children 12 years of
age and younger.
Please be courteous to other boaters, anglers or swimmers.
Please respect private property. DONíT TRESPASS!
We would prefer no more than TWO adults per canoe to avoid excessive
wear & tear. Kayaks are available for solo riders. A third person in canoe
age 13 and older will pay $5 extra. Ages
12 and under can ride free. Pets are allowed, also.
Leave your valuables & car keys in a safe place. They can be kept in the
office until your trip is over.
Shoal Creek Canoe Run will not refund your money in case of inclement
weather after you are on the water. Canoe at your own risk!
13. Canoeists need to back at the store before dark. There will be fees imposed to those who stay on the water past dark.