Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Minnesota

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Minnesota. Use this list to plan your next Minnesota flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Decades ago, Minneapolis had the foresight to establish an extensive park system. The ...
Rice Creek is a fun run with swift water and easy rapids in the heart of the Twin Cities. ...
The Cannon races through a series of easy rapids and passes tall, rocky bluffs on its ...
With mile after mile of long, easy rapids, wooded bluffs, and good fishing, the final ...
The Rum picks up its pace again, running through Class I rapids for several miles. It ...
Quick and winding for much of its length, Minnehaha's often natural character belies its ...
With all their islands and campsites, the large, interconnected lakes of Voyageurs National ...
The Otter Tail cuts a gentle but lively course through coniferous and hardwood forest ...
The Elk is a quiet woodland river, tailor-made for a day's paddle or fishing trip. The ...
A trip to Basswood Lake doesn't require much portaging but puts the paddler into some ...
The Cloquet races through a series of pools and easy rapids to its confluence with the ...
Easy rapids, stunning scenery, several campsites, and good fishing make this stretch of ...
The St. Croix enters a valley of dramatic outcrops and soaring bluffs. Overnight camping ...
Here's a trip that provides great fishing and backwoods travel - if you're ready to portage. Put ...
A swift trout stream with easy rapids, the South Branch makes a good one-day canoe trip ...
The Big Fork provides the occasional wild ride as it flows past a mix of forest land and ...
The uppermost stretch of the Mississippi is narrow, winding, and wooded with a few easy ...
In its final miles, the Sauk River runs through long stretches of fast water and rapids. The ...
The Crow Wing resumes its placid character, winding past woodlands and settling into lazy ...
A natural sandbar causes the St. Croix to form a riverine lake, more than a mile across ...
Load More