Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Tennessee
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Tennessee

37
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
2 - 16 mi
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Tennessee has 37 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 2.7 to 16 miles in length. The most popular trails are Little River, French Broad River Blueway: Seven Islands and East Fork Stones River. Trails.com member Kara L. recently completed Caney Fork River.
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This is a classic tailwater paddle, beginning below Center Hill Dam. Here, the waters ...
This trip takes you on waters typical of the lower Nolichucky River. Quieter sections ...
Often overlooked by paddlers, this Cumberland River tributary has bluffs aplenty, waterfalls, ...
This paddle flows through public lands near Percy Priest Lake, providing a natural experience ...
The Hiwassee makes its way through a mountainous setting, with scenery and views that ...
This marked paddling trail begins a swift bottomland swamp river, then enters canoewidth ...
This river offers clearwater paddling at the base of the Cumberland Plateau.
This paddle skirts the eastern edge of Reelfoot Lake, the iconic body of water that stands ...
This segment of the Little River makes for a fun float. It offers cool clear aqua emanating ...
A paddle down the Sequatchie River is the watery equivalent of sitting on the front porchits ...
This year-round run starts at the dam outflow of scenic Dale Hollow Lake and heads past ...
This year-round run in greater Nashville offers a scenic float in a surprisingly relaxed ...
Float on Tennessees other big river below Old Hickory Dam. The verdant scenery and lack ...
This pleasant float on the Harpeth State Scenic River utilizes accesses of the greater ...
This is the most user-friendly river paddle in this entire guidebookyou dont need a shuttle ...
This gorgeous and remote swamp river wanders through a wide bottomland offering wildlife ...
This unchanneled swamp river is further protected as part of the Hatchie National Wildlife ...
This paddle trail explores numerous watery environments in a relatively short distance ...
This scenic creek is serviced by an outfitter and makes for a great outing with numerous ...
The Red is a classic Tennessee paddle and has been a favorite for decades. Travel down ...
This paddle shows off the beauty of the Elk, a mostly swift waterway traveling over scattered ...
The entire paddle is within the 37-mile section of the Duck that is a designated state ...
This underutilized stream flows through the agricultural heart of Giles County.
This paddle is a fun run down a swift and clear stream that flows off the Highland Ri ...
The Buffalo River is perhaps the most celebrated canoeing river in the Volunteer Stat ...
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