Since the Smith River flows through a remote canyon, there are some things to keep in mind for this adventure; there are no public services from Camp Baker to Eden Bridge. Floaters must carry their own food, water, safety, camping equipment and a fishing license. It is advisable to bring all the drinking water you will need for the duration of your trip, as there is no drinking water available at the put-in location of Camp Baker. Also, Camp Baker does not have trash dumpsters, but one is available at the Eden Bridge takeout point along with new aluminum-recycling bins.
Our knowledgeable naturalists will guide you on an experience that is educational, exciting and exhilarating. Imagine yourself within feet of some of the most graceful, rare mammals in the world. Our whale watching excursions depart from Town Wharf in Plymouth and give you the opportunity to view sights that you will never forget. Join us on the journey as we head out to Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank, a marine sanctuary and one of the primary feeding grounds for Humpback Whales, Finback Whales, Pilot Whales, Minke Whales and the endangered Right Whales.