Black Canyon - AZ Hot Springs                     

                   Kayak Adventure on the

              Colorado River below Hoover Dam

                           October 29-31, 2020


                Open to everyone over 16yrs.

                           Deposit $200.00

Deposit non-refundable (Pays for permits that are non-refundable)

               **Gratuities are not included **

Outstanding Balance due by September 30, 2020

Very Calm Water
Skill Level} Novices – Experience

This three-day exploration is ideal for novice to experience kayaking on this calm water. Starting at Hoover Dam we get to stop at Sauna Cave, Gold Strike Canyon hot springs, Lone Palm Canyon, the “Ear Cave, Boyscout Canyon hot springs while kayaking our way to our campsite. Spend the evening soaking in Arizona Hot Springs at White Rock Canyon, then hit the water early in the morning kayaking on the Colorado River. The river is so clear that you’re able to see the bottom. While there we visit Weeping Springs, Emerald Cave, and watch for Bighorn Sheep!

DEPOSIT AZ Hot Spring - Kayaking October 29-31, 2020

  • Note: Hiking in the terrain will have small pebbles in the spring water and on the beaches. Spring water will hot at times, you will be climbing over rocks and will need garden gloves to help get over the rocks.

    Day One:

    6am-6:30 am Willow Beach Marina, AZ 25804 Willow Beach Rd, Willow Beach, AZ Load the boat with your personal gear (Bring your DRIVERS LICENSE)

    7:00am Shuttle to Hoover Dam, were security will check our identification’s (driver license)

    8:00am Shuttle to the launch site where we carry our kayaks down the switchback ramp to the river.

    9:00 am Begin Kayaking (as a group) stopping at hot springs along the way at:

    * Sauna Cave, Rain Cave, Lone Palm, The Ear

    * Hiking Gold strike Canyon and Boy Scout Canyon (you will need a small daypack to carry water)

    Setting up camp at White Rock Canyon AZ Hot Springs

    Hiking to AZ Hot Springs (requires a climb up a 20’ ladder through a small waterfall)


    Evening soak in hot springs, sleep under the stars…

    Day Two:


    Moving camp down the river (about 4 miles)

    Stopping at Weeping Cave

    Set- up Camp (note: you will be using a small portable toilet that night)

    Hike local canyon


    Evening soaking in hot springs, sleeping under the stars….

    Day Three:


    Pack up camp between 12pm-1pm

    Stop at Emerald Cave (around 2:00pm)

    Stopping for lunch at Gauge House

    Continue as a group kayak to Willow Beach (3 miles)

    Arrive at Willow Beach; clean/pack up gear, etc. (estimate arrival time 4pm)

    Say our Good-bye

  • Willow Beach Campground 928-767-4747

    25804 No. Willow Beach Road, Willow Beach AZ 86445


    Hoover Dam Lodging 800-245-6380 (30 minutes north of Willow Beach)

    18000 Highway 93


    Kingman (one hour drive to Willow Beach)

    BEST WESTERN PLUS A Wayfarer's Inn and Suites 844-746-5712

    2815 E Andy Devine Avenue, Kingman, AZ 86401


    BEST WESTERN PLUS King's Inn & Suites 855-294-3927

    2930 E Andy Devine Avenue, Kingman, AZ 86401


    Ramada Kingman 800-946-5338

    3100 East Andy Devine Avenue, Kingman, AZ 86401-4209


    La Quinta Inn & Suites Kingman 915-888-3904

    3419 Hotel Way, Kingman, AZ 86401

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