Discover Kayak Connection’s media presence and explore our featured stories in the press.

Dive into articles, interviews, and media mentions that highlight our commitment to providing unforgettable experiences on the Monterey Bay and Elkhorn Slough.

Whether you’re a seasoned paddler or new to water sports, see how Kayak Connection is making waves in the world of outdoor adventures.

In search of the California sea otter

Thought to be extinct 100 years ago, wildlife lovers can find the world’s entire population of this keystone species along a 200-mile stretch of California’s central coast…

Escape to California’s quaint Moss Landing for a family weekend filled with kayaking and fresh seafood

The quaint fishing village of Moss Landing caught my attention a few years ago as I was driving along California’s Central Coast between Santa Cruz and Monterey…

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Word from the wild: El Niño’s coming

The parade of exotic southern-based critters — spiked by three full breaches by great white sharks off Seacliff State Beach — continued last week along the Pacific Coast…

7 awesome day trips from San Francisco

San Francisco locals are notorious for not wanting to leave the city – forget crossing bridges to get across the Bay…

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A bioluminescent glow is illuminating Bay Area waters right now. Here are best places to watch

Shreenivasan Manievannan did not expect to see anything otherworldly when he went out to shoot some night photography at Sharp Park Beach in Pacifica last month…

Word from the wild: El Niño’s coming

The parade of exotic southern-based critters — spiked by three full breaches by great white sharks off Seacliff State Beach — continued last week along the Pacific Coast…

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Glittering Tides: Where to Spot Bioluminescence in the Bay Area

Every year during the summer or fall, shore waves across the Bay Area are lit up with flashes of beautiful blue light..

In Santa Cruz, Watch World-Class Surfers, Picnic at Secluded Beaches, and Pet a Sleeping Shark

Everything to love about the West Coast comes together in California’s original Surf City: big waves, windswept beaches, craft beer, redwood forests, lounging sea lions, and an old wooden roller coaster overlooking the sea…

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