Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in New Hampshire
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in New Hampshire

53
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
2 - 16 mi
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New Hampshire has 53 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 2 to 16 miles in length. The most popular trails are Stumpfield Marsh, Hopkinton Lake, and Everett Lake, Lake Armington and Lake Tarleton and Wicwas Lake. Trails.com member Don B. recently completed Hubbard Pond.
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This small, marshy lake presents a great opportunity for early morning or evening paddlers ...
Tall trees of many species form a canopy over this meandering waterway. ducks nest in ...
This shallow marshy pond sees few paddlers and offers a good opportunity to see beaver ...
This popular fishing spot in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region provides calmer water than nearby ...
Squam Lake, one of New Hampshire’s real treasures, remains one of our favorite lakes for ...
Set among scenic hillsides, garland Pond offers protected waters to paddle. Look for water ...
Expect to see bald eagles on Spoonwood Pond, and in June, look for mountain laurel in ...
At this small, marshy pond with a working sawmill you will find aquatic vegetation covering ...
This pristine pond located just outside concord provides an opportunity to see raven, ...
Protected by the Audubon Society, the spectacular setting of this small, clear-water pond ...
The smallest of the connecticut Lakes included in this book, this deep lake sits up against ...
With the tremendous variety of wildlife and the number of ducks nesting here, it is not ...
Mcdaniels Marsh is a shallow, pristine marsh filled with aquatic plants and marshland ...
This small, marshy, isolated pond sees little traffic. Look here for moose and beaver. ...
Huge trees drape out over the water of this meandering, slow-moving stream. Neither we ...
Contending with some road noise is worth it because of the myriad plants and animals on ...
This shallow, marshy pond will take you away from busy Route 202 and offers great views ...
Hidden deep in the hills of 13,000-acre Pisgah State Park in the south-western corner ...
This huge, shallow lake straddles the Maine–New Hampshire border. Bald eagle, osprey, ...
To get to this small pristine mountain lake in the white Mountains, you need to hike in ...
Aquatic vegetation rules the surface of this extensive shallow marsh. In addition to the ...
clear, deep water and scenic hillsides make this gorgeous pond one of the premier paddling ...
Maintained by New Hampshire Fish and game, this small, shallow marsh offers a great opportunity ...
Aquatic vegetation covers this small, shallow pond that harbors many frogs, turtles, and ...
you can see loon and many marshland species, including the occasional beaver, while visiting ...
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