Paddle to James Taylor Concert

    Paddle to McCovey Cove- James Taylor Concert at AT&T Park
    We paddle to McCovey Cove during the Jame Taylor concert at AT&T Park. No, we won’t see much of the concert. We listen to his music and meander the cove and Mission Creek.
    We will go through a briefing about the trip. After some practice maneuvering a kayak, we will paddle to McCovey Cove and Mission Creek.

    You get an easy to use and extra stable kayak. Double and single kayaks are available. Single kayaks are recommended for experienced paddlers only.
    Online booking closes early, sometimes days ahead. Most trips require a reservation ahead of time.

    See “Reserve Trip & Class” page. Choose “Paddle to James Taylor Concert” and reserve your kayaks for July 29 7pm.
    Group discount applies for over 10 people. Please call us for availability and reservation.


    Previous kayaking experience is required. We paddle into the dark hours. Recommended weight range is between 90lbs to 200lbs.


    Life jacket, paddle, dry bag, wind jacket, splash pants

    What to Wear

    Water resistant pants, wind jacket and shoes that can get wet.

    What to bring

    Change of clothes and extra shoes in case you get wet from splash. A warm hat, wind jacket, and thin fleece sweater to wear under, Also consider: dressing in layers, sunglasses, sunblock, contact lenses (better than prescription eye glasses), moisture wicking garment (rather than cotton), and bottled water.

    Refund, Change, Cancellation Policy

    • INDIVIDUAL : 24 Hour Policy – You can change or cancel a reservation up to 24 hours before the event. You will receive money back after transaction fee(5%). Please call or email to ask for a refund. After which you will be charged up to $20 per person for change or cancellation.
    • GROUP : 7 Day Policy – You can change or cancel a reservation up to 7 days before the event. 20% daily deduction afterwards. After which you will be charged up to $20 per event for change or cancellation.


    You could get motion sickness if you are tired, hungry, hung over, or just sensitive to motion sickness. If you are sensitive to motion sickness, eat ginger before the trip or drink carbonated water.


    You are encouraged to tip the guides if you feel they go above and beyond their duty. 15% gratuity is recommended.