Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Kentucky
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Kentucky

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7 - 291 mi
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Kentucky has 51 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 7.5 to 291.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Little Sandy River: Sandy Hook to Ohio River, Tygarts Creek: Olive Hill to Caves State Park and Land Between the Lakes Paddle Route: Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Trails.com member Tracy C. recently completed Cumberland River from Wolf Creek Dam to the Tennessee Border.
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The Levisa Fork flows out of Virginia into Pike County in southeastern Kentucky, where ...
Overshadowed by a plethora of nearby paddling destinations, Russell Creek offers solitude ...
The Barren River is one of Kentucky’s big rivers. Originating in southern Monroe and Allen ...
The Rough River is not very rough but extremely canoeable. Running east to west over a ...
After passing through the Wolf Creek Dam in Russell County, the Cumberland River turns ...
The Green is one of the most biologically rich rivers in the country, and reportedly the ...
The Bayou du Chien is a diminutive, willow-and cypress-canopied stream that flows west ...
The Green River is one of Kentucky’s largest, longest, and most navigable rivers. Originating ...
Beech Fork originates in eastern Marion County, flows northwest into Washington County, ...
Flowing northwest out of Casey County, the Rolling Fork of the Salt River drains portions ...
A main tributary of the Salt River, Floyds Fork flows southwest along the Oldham–Shelby ...
Originating in Boyle County near Danville, the Salt River flows north and then west, draining ...
The Little South Fork of the Cumberland River is a Kentucky Wild River. Little used by ...
Eagle Creek originates in Scott County and flows northwest over a mud and rock bottom ...
The North Fork of Elkhorn Creek flows through Scott County and is runnable from late fall ...
Similar to the North Fork of Elkhorn Creek, the South Fork of Elkhorn Creek is also very ...
The Dix River originates in Rockcastle County and flows northwest through Lincoln County ...
The Kentucky River from Beattyville to Frankfort would be a good canoeing stream were ...
The South Fork of the Kentucky River originates at the confluence of the Red Bird River ...
The Red Bird River is the main tributary of the South Fork of the Kentucky River. Running ...
The Middle Fork of the Kentucky River originates in the southeastern Kentucky mountains ...
The North Fork of the Kentucky River originates in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky ...
The Licking River below the confluence of its three forks is a big river and is runnable ...
The South Fork of the Licking River originates at the confluence of Hinkston and Stoner ...
Stoner Creek drains central Bourbon County and runs north through Paris to its confluence ...
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