Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in California
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in California

48
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
1 - 74 mi
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California has 48 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 1.5 to 74 miles in length. The most popular trails are Stanislaus River - Knights Ferry to McHenry Recreation Area, Sacramento River - Balls Ferry to Red Bluff and Sacramento River - Red Bluff to Woodson Bridge. Trails.com member Mike C. recently completed Sugar Pine Reservoir.
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Long, narrow lake in a hilly woodland setting. Operated by the East Bay Regional Park ...
Easy access, dependable flows, and natural surroundings attract thousands to float the ...
A quick-flowing stream in a tree-shaded intimate channel that is inviting most of the ...
Reliable flows provide year-round easy paddling through the Oroville Wildlife Refuge. ...
Within sight of Lassen Peak and Mount Shasta, these remote waters offer fine camping on ...
A gigantic granite bowl that captures Sierra sunlight, exhilarating air, and liquid snow. ...
Easy access makes this canyon lake a great place to relax and enjoy Sierra Foothills wildlife. ...
A wilderness canoe run through redwood forests. From the orchards and vineyards of the ...
Through this section the Sacramento cuts deep into lava flows down Chinese Rapid and scenic ...
This rare, free-flowing, canoeable waterway supports rich wildlife and riparian oak forests. ...
A sparkling mountain lake beside the Lassen Wilderness Area, Juniper Lake lies on a vast ...
Spectacular high Sierra scenery at one of America’s most beautiful lakes, quite possibly ...
With dependable flows, this big, fast river is extremely popular for boating, fishing, ...
Alive with birdlife, this placid waterway leads from serene pastures to a beach with thundering ...
Nestled in the East Bay hills, this lake is popular for paddling, fishing, and relaxing. ...
Nestled among the redwoods in the Santa Cruz Mountains, 2 miles long and typically less ...
This narrow lake is a great place to fish, learn to paddle and sail, watch the wildlife, ...
The Mokelumne is a great place on a hot summer day with delightful shade trees, cold water, ...
Seldom paddled, the stream meanders among bushy gravel bars and orchards. Released from ...
Chesbro is a small, placid lake in the western foothills of the Santa Clara Valley. Santa ...
Forested mountain lake that is great for the family. Peaceful Lake Valley Reservoir invites ...
This route follows the old Yosemite railroad grade from the Briceburg Visitor Center to ...
In the Santa Cruz Mountains, this lake is popular for rowing, paddling, and fishing. Santa ...
This popular river meanders through the heart of Northern California farmlands and close ...
Swift currents and wide horizons make this an attractive float trip. Along this stretch ...
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