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Meals

Meals Included with Registration*
Friday Dinner
Saturday Dinner
Sunday Lunch

*Included in the registration fee on the days for which you register.

Meals on Your Own
Breakfast - Bring your own or check out the awesome breakfast buffet at the Rowleys Bay Resort Restaurant on Friday and Saturday from 7:00-11:30am and Sunday 7:00-11:00am.

Lunch - Friday and Saturday bring your own or order a box lunch from Rowleys Bay Resort Bakery. The resort restaurant is not open for lunch. We recommend you plan to eat lunch on site - it's a bit too far to get lunch in town in the allotted time.

Extra Meals
Extra meals for non-participants may be ordered when you register and are available for Friday dinner, Saturday dinner and Sunday lunch.
Adults: $22 per meal
Youth: $20 per meal

Lodging


Hotel accommodations are available at our host location, the Rowleys Bay Resort (1-800-999-2466) or www.rowleysbay.com. Be sure to tell them you’re attending the Symposium.

Camping is available a stone’s throw from the symposium site at the Wagon Trail Campground (1-920-854-4818) or www.wagontrailcampground.com. Be sure to tell them you’re attending the Symposium.

There are hundreds of other places to stay on the Door peninsula, ranging from hike-in campsites to lush bed and breakfasts. For more of these alternatives please visit the Door County Chamber of Commerce at www.doorcounty.com.

Visiting Door County
Perhaps only part of your family is interested in attending the symposium. For the others, Door County offers a huge array of leisure time activities to engross the non-paddlers. Visit the Door County Chamber of Commerce website for hundreds of ideas at www.doorcounty.com.





"I stretched myself because I knew I was in a safe environment."


"My biggest thrill…was sharing this experience with my 8-year-old granddaughter, who thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of this paddling experience—from realizing her capabilities, paddling in waves and playing games to meeting new friends and working together with other kid paddlers to transport boats and gear."