2017 KCKA Events:
KCKA Fall Rendezvous
Sept. 29th - Oct 1st, 2017
Location: Kanopolis Lake, KS - Eagle Point
Campsites 11 - 12 - 13
Bring your kayak & camping gear: hammock, tent, RV, pop-up.....
Dinner Saturday night provided by KCKA. Please let us know you are coming.
Attention KCKA Members:
If you have had interest in purchasing the
book Paddling Kansas, now would be a great time to do so!!!
Current stock on hand is now available to KCKA members for:
$17.50 (tax and shipping included)
Send us your contact
information to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back with you for the best method of delivery.
Murphy's book, Paddling Kansas, released from Trails
Books, Inc. has 75 steam runs and 176 informative pages, you won't
want to miss this. Dave is a long time active member and a Past
President of the Kansas Canoe & Kayak Association (KCKA). Dave's
book has been anxiously awaited by recreational and outdoors
enthusiasts for many years. Dave's book is the first of its kind in
Kansas describing the recreational opportunities of public waterways in
Important information: You can now join with paypal.
If you are joining the KCKA for the first time, you must fill out the
membership application and fill out and sign the Liability Waiver and mail
both pages to the KCKA (address is on the Membership Application.)
wish to pay through Paypal, indicate that preference on the application or a
note with the application. You will be contacted via e-mail once your
application and waiver form are received. We would prefer to receive the
application and waiver before you send us money via Paypal.
If you are renewing your membership after receiving a renewal reminder, you
may return that reminder with a check or pay via Paypal.
If the information on your renewal reminder is correct and you wish to pay
via Paypal, select KCKA Membership and add it to your cart then add Kayak
Chapter to your cart (if desired) and a Conservation/Access Fund donation
We need your photos
To contact KCKA, send us an e-mail @ k
The Kansas Canoe and Kayak Assocation (KCKA), organized April 26, 1975,
is a Kansas not-for-profit Corporation. KCKA is an organization of
canoeist, kayakers, and rafters working together to promote river
running, education, conservation, access, and paddling related
activities. Various chapters of KCKA were established within KCKA to
help support the specific interest of KCKA members.