Moonlight Kayak

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) Moonlight Kayak on the water is a fiercely powerful moment in time either spent alone with your thoughts, on a date night, or with your fam.

Enjoying the Outdoors is brought to you in partnership with Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District

What is the Moonlight Kayak?

Enjoy a kayak tour of Pleasant Hill Lake. Atwood Lake or Seneca Lake this August by the light of the full moon! 

Boat, paddle, life jacket, and light are provided with an option to bring your own.

Boat capacity limits apply, 325 lbs. for single kayaks and 500 lbs. for tandem kayaks.

To enjoy this adventure participants must be at least 12 years older and up.

 Pre-registration is required as are signed waivers for all participants. 

There is a $25 per participant fee which includes:

  • Gate fee
  • Instruction
  • Equipment

To Register click here. couple kayaking on lake under moonlight (text Moonlight Kayak)

When is Moonlight Kayak?

Times vary between 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm depending on the date and lake.

At Pleasant Hill Lake: August 12 and September 17
At Seneca Lake: August 11 and September 10
At Atwood Lake: August 12 and September 9
At Charles Mill Lake: August 11 

At Tappan Lake: August 14

New to kayaking

No problem!  Before renting a kayak (or borrowing a neighbor’s) it is important to learn how to stay safe.  There are basic courses that cover how to paddle the boat properly and efficiently as well as how to rescue a capsized boat.  There are two “Learn to Kayak” courses coming up that include equipment (solo or tandem kayak) and is for those ages 12 years and older:

Looking Ahead

Yoga at Atwood Lake Beach on Aug. 27
Moonlight Kayak at Atwood Lake August 12
Nate the Great Magic Show at Seneca Lake Park August 13
Live Band at Atwood Beach August 13
Learn to Kayak August 21 & 27


Receive program alerts straight to your phone, by texting the appropriate keyword below to 888777ATWOODEVENTS

Responsible stewards dedicated to providing the benefits of flood reduction, conservation and recreation in the Muskingum River Watershed. The MWCD is the largest conservancy district in the state and led the effort to construct 14 dams and reservoirs. The MWCD has jurisdiction for its operations in all or portions of an 18-county area. The 18 counties wholly or partially contained in the MWCD jurisdiction are Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes, Harrison, Knox, Licking, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Richland, Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne, and Washington.

Mrs TAZ- Reporting MWCD Moonlight Kayak

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