Sep 11, 2015

This Kayak Put-In was last updated on Sep 11, 2015
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Kayak Put-In Info for: Marin Rowing Association Boathouse - Corte Madera Creek, Greenbrae

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins OverviewOverview: Excellent water access from kayak-height dock. Caution, dock sits on mud flats at low tide, but you may use the nearby dock of the Marin Rowing Association at those times.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins ParkingParking: You may drive your car alongside the Marin Rowing Association building for very convenient loading/unloading but move it to the still-convenient back parking lot before you launch.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins FacilitiesFacilities: You might get lucky borrowing the hose and bathrooms of the Marin Rowing Club, but they are private and not part of the deal. Nearest public bathroom is at the Larkspur Landing shopping Center across the street from where the Larkspur Ferry leaves for San Francisco.

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SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins DirectionsDirections: Exit 101 at Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and turn west. At the first traffic light, make a u-turn back towards 101, then turn right into the commercial center with the Marin Rowing Club building.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins CautionsCautions: 9/10/15: Public launch dock is in disrepair and currently closed.

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