2020 WMCKA Symposium – Attendee

Please join us for WMCKA's 31st Annual Sea Kayaking Symposium, held from May 22nd-25th, 2020 at Camp Pendalouan - Muskegon County, MI.

Preregistration is required for each attendee.

  • The symposium fills up fast - we encourage you to register early
  • Be sure to select the appropriate Program, Meal Type, and Accommodation for all attendees that you are registering.
  • A limited number of Youth boat rentals are available, and must be reserved prior to Symposium.
  • Adult boat rentals are available through Uncommon Adventures.  Please contact at 231-882-5525.
  • Upon receipt of your registration form and payment, we will send you a confirmation statement (via email).

Registration notes:

  • WMCKA members are eligible for registration fee discounts. If you are not yet a member, register here first. Online registration for WMCKA's Symposium is available until May 21st, 2020.
  • Cancellation Policy: There is a $50/person, non-refundable fee for cancellations received after May 15th. NO refunds after May 21st.
  • A limited number of tickets are available for the BCU 3-Star Course.  Please review the requirements for BCU 3 Star at Events - Symposium - BCU Star before registering. If the tickets are sold out below, please email membership [at] wmcka.org to be added to the waitlist.


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  • 2020 Symposium - Attendee Registration
    May 22, 2020 - May 25, 2020
    4:30 pm - 11:30 am


Venue Website:

1243 E. Fruitvale Rd., Montague, Michigan, 49437, United States


YMCA Camp Pendalouan on the shores of Big Blue Lake offers a quiet, rustic setting and unparalleled service for groups from throughout Michigan and the Great Lakes region.  We are located near Muskegon, Michigan, on over 150 acres of mature oak-pine forest, adjacent to the Manistee National Forest and the White River.

Summer camps, seasonal events, weekend camps, school programs, and group retreats highlight our camping program at Pendalouan.  And our success as a four-season camp dates back to 1925.

As a YMCA camp, we have access to national standards for developing character as well as host of other assets.  We maximize our resources through soliciting and acting on parent evaluations, following state guidelines, and maintaining the highest possible standards established by the American Camp Association.