California’s largest natural lake is your perfect recreational boating playground. Clear Lake is nationally recognized for Bass, Crappie, Bluegill, Carp and Catfish within its 68 square miles of spring-fed water. Its populated shorelines, meandering creeks and beautiful vistas offer a boating experience that can’t be matched.
Clear Lake is meant to be seen by water. Experience a 2-4 hour guided tour the lower lake, and historic Anderson Marsh by canoe. Launching from Redbud Park in Clearlake, CA, we will paddle at a leisurely pace along the eastern edge the lake in a scenic loop around Indian Island, the tule marshes of Anderson Marsh State Park, Cache Creek and then back up the western edge under the Lake County vineyards. A favorite among birdwatchers, you may spot grebes, white pelicans, herons, coots, mallards and egrets with the occasional sighting of bald eagle and peregrine falcon. The trip is approx. 6.2 miles round trip, and can be adjusted by request. Included is a guide, your own two-person canoe, 2-3 life vests, binoculars and a map of the local coastline, all ready and waiting for you at the park when you arrive.