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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Coyote Point - Hours  (Read 221 times)

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SaltLifeYak

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The Park and Marina office hours for Coyote Point are listed as 8AM. Does anyone know if you can use the launch ramp earlier than this?


KPD

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Im not sure. You can launch for free anytime of day or night from the beach just to the west:
https://goo.gl/maps/CXWmf6pP23H2 Definitely better on a high tide.

I usually just go to oyster point.


SaltLifeYak

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I'll look into that. I want to paddle/peddle out to San Bruno Shoals for Butts. Slack tide is at ~9AM so I want to go out with the tide and back with the incoming. It's 3.5 miles out.

Whatcha doing tomorrow? lol


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I emailed the harbor master and he responded.

"You can pay your entrance fee at the pay station entering the park. The road is not blocked at 6am.
For a kayak you do not need to pay the launch fee just the park entrance fee of $6.00.
Mark"


KPD

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Glad to hear they just charge for parking and you can go in earlier.

I have both kids with me tomorrow, so I think we'll be messing about close to shore at Oyster Point. Heading to San Bruno Shoal sounds like a fun adventure though.


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I emailed the harbor master and he responded.

"You can pay your entrance fee at the pay station entering the park. The road is not blocked at 6am.
For a kayak you do not need to pay the launch fee just the park entrance fee of $6.00.
Mark"
Thanks for the intel and good luck tomorrow!