Paddling Biking Schuylkill River Pedal and Paddles
Heading back to Pottstown

Group start at Riverfront Park in Pottstown.

Operating Hours/Cost
Check back in the spring for 2018 dates.

Cost is $40 per person. Food, bikes, kayaks and all kayaking gear are provided. Must be 16 or older to participate. All events limited to 15 participants.

Pedal and Paddles take place on one Saturday a month from May through September. Check back in the Spring for our 2018 Pedal & Paddle dates.

About the Pedal & Paddles: Most Pedal and Paddles begin with a 4.5 mile bike ride from Pottstown’s Riverfront Park to Douglassville, using yellow cruisers from the Bike Pottstown bike share program. Participants either take a guided tour of Morlatton Village's four 18th century buildings including the oldest home in Berks County or ride directly to Douglassville’s Ganshahawny Park for a lesson on water quality. Events with a water quality focus include more on-water time, with stops for water testing. All events include a picnic lunch(provided) and receive a brief introduction to kayaking from outfitter Doug Chapman of Take it Outdoors Adventures. Then, they paddle back to Pottstown via the Schuylkill River. Food, bikes, kayaks and all kayaking gear are provided. Must be 16 or older to participate.

About the Lock 60 Pedal & Paddle at Schuylkill Canal Park: This will consist of a bike ride along the Schuylkill River Trail and a kayaking loop that begins on the river and returns via the canal. It will include a guided tour of the canal and Lock Tenders House.

Click Here for Pedal and Paddle FAQs.

Read "Pedal Paddle offers taste of outdoor activities"(The Mercury)

Contact Information
140 College Drive
Pottstown, PA 19465

phone: 484-945-0200


website: Visit Official Web Site
emailClick here to send an email

Features
Has a Registration Deadline
Program Fee

Restaurant & Lodging
Valley Forge Visitors Bureau

Related information
.pdf: 2017 P&P registration
.pdf: 2017 Pedal & Paddle FAQs

Regional Location

Regional Map
view all Schuykill River Heritage areas