SK102 offers on-the-water skills classes covering wet exits, basic strokes, basic and advanced rescues, stroke improvement, rolling and more. Additional on land courses (i.e. navigation, kayak camping, etc) are offered. SK102 is designed to teach beginner or intermediate kayakers proper paddling technique and the skills they need to kayak safely. Register HERE
CPA’s 19th Annual SK102 skills clinic will be held on the warm waters of Lake Anna. Lake Anna is the cooling waters of a nuclear power plant, so the water is not only very clear, it is heated – allowing you to practice wet exits, rescues, and rolling in warm water in early spring! The location is private property on which you are welcome to camp.
Cost: $60, which includes the cost of two days of all volunteer instruction, camping on-site, morning coffee, Saturday night dinner, and a one year CPA membership.
How to Pre-register: You must pre-register through Eventbrite by clicking here. You will receive a pre-registration confirmation via email. If your registration is accepted, you will be emailed an invitation to pay for the event through PayPal. Your registration and SK102 slot will not be secure until your payment is received. Prior to the event, you will receive an information packet email with all the information you need. Participants must be 12 years or older, those 12-17 years old must have a responsible adult registered to take classes with them.