Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Kentucky
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Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Kentucky

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2 - 156 mi
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Kentucky has 28 whitewater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 2.1 to 156.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Buck Creek: KY 1677 to KY 192, Plum Creek: Wilsonville to Waterford and Gasper River: Bucksville to Barren River. Trails.com member Paul recently completed Muddy Creek: Oakley Wells Road Bridge to Near Doylesville.
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Elkhorn Creek, with its North and South Forks, flows northwest, draining portions of Jessamine, ...
Harrods Creek originates in western Henry County and flows southwest through Oldham and ...
The Gasper River is one of western Kentucky’s most beautiful rivers. It is a tributary ...
Plum Creek originates in southwestern Shelby County and flows south through Spencer County ...
Rock Creek is a small, beautiful, and threatened creek that drains the southwestern corner ...
Flowing out of Scott County (TN), the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River flows north ...
Buck Creek is a small, scenic, Class II whitewater stream that drains the eastern half ...
The Rockcastle River originates in Laurel County and drains portions of Jackson, Rockcastle, ...
Spectacular scenery, great rapids, but tough to catch in its entirety at runnable levels ...
The North Fork of the Cumberland River (often referred to as simply the Cumberland) originates ...
The Poor Fork of the Cumberland River drains Harlan and Letcher Counties in southeastern ...
With one of the smallest drainage areas in Madison County, Tates Creek will crest and ...
Silver Creek boasts the largest watershed (112 square miles) of all of the Madison County ...
Beginning as a narrow, intimate class II stream, the East Prong of the Otter soon joins ...
The West Fork/Main Stem of Otter Creek provides quality whitewater with few difficulties ...
Muddy Creek is considered by many to be the best whitewater play stream in central Kentucky. ...
This creek is also referred to—erroneously—as Galloway Creek. Calloway Creek plunges into ...
Benson Creek flows northeast out of Anderson County, through Franklin County to the Kentucky ...
Gilbert Creek is an often-overlooked paddle stream, probably due to its small watershed. ...
The Hanging Fork, a tributary of the Dix River flowing northeast along the Boyle–Lincoln ...
This stream offers a scenic paddle in close proximity to Nicholasville and south Lexington. ...
East and West Fork Hickman flow forth from Lexington’s two reservoirs and collect water ...
Boone Creek is a small, intense stream flowing over a rock bed along the eastern border ...
Lower Howard’s Creek is one of central Kentucky’s most beautiful, interesting, and historic ...
This is one of the first creeks to look for when the other whitewater creeks in the Clark/Madison ...
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