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Kayaks in Austin, Texas's Lady Bird Lake

Where to Kayak Austin, Texas

Austin is the state capital of Texas. An inland city that borders the Hill Country region, it’s known for its eclectic live music as much as its parks and lakes. The city’s warm climate makes it a year-round destination for kayakers and other water lovers.

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Shem Creek in Charleston, SC

The Best Charleston, SC Kayaking

South Carolina is home to some truly spectacular kayaking. With so many rivers, lakes, creeks and coastal inlets, it brings kayakers in from all over the world. At the heart of it all is Charleston. Charleston Kayaking Destinations You can’t go wrong no matter where

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Kayakers in Montana's Glacier National Park

Kayaking the Great State of Montana

Montana is famous for its national parks, rugged mountain terrain, alpine lakes and intriguing wildlife. One of best ways to escape the crowds and explore Big Sky Country is by kayak. Home to some truly fantastic kayaking, you’ll find easy floats, crystal-clear waters and even

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Kayaks on the edge of Lake Powell in Page, Arizona

Where to Kayak in Arizona

Arizona may be a desert state, but that doesn’t keep it from also being an excellent destination for water recreation. There’s an abundance of lakes and rivers scattered across the state, from the lakes of the Mogollon Rim to the Colorado River, that make it

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Catawaba River

Best Kayaking Destinations near Charlotte

Charlotte is home to some of the best kayaking in North Carolina. From rushing white water rapids, calm lakes and scenic parks, there are so many beautiful places to paddle within an hour or two of Charlotte. Where to Kayak near Charlotte, North Carolina Stay

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Chesapeake Bay Kayaking

Kayaking Virginia’s Virginia Beach

One of the most popular activities in Virginia is kayaking. Virginia Beach offers a lot of opportunities for easy and scenic flatwater kayaking. It’s a fantastic way to get close to some of the area’s best wildlife while getting out and enjoying the water. Here

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Kayaks on Lake Crescent Beach in Washingont

Beautiful Places to Kayak in Washington State

Washington State is a kayaker’s dream. It has the Pacific coast, the Puget Sound, mountains and thick forests filled with glacier-fed lakes and rushing rivers. It is an extremely popular and beautiful place to kayak. Washington’s Most Stunning Kayaking Destinations Explore the wildlife and take

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San Francisco Kayaking

Stunning San Francisco Kayaking Destinations

San Francisco is hot spot for kayaking, attracting locals and tourists alike with its urban settings and scenic coves. It’s simply one of the most beautiful places to canoe and kayak. With no shortage of water, the hardest part is deciding where to start. Best

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Kayak Lake Powell UT

Where to Kayak in Utah

Home to five national parks, Utah offers a diverse and unique landscape. Filled with stunning lakes, scenic rivers, canyons and more, the state is favorite among canoers and kayakers. Experience millions of years of history and stunning scenery while kayaking Utah. Best Destinations for Kayaking

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Kayaking Lake Tahoe

Kayaking Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America. It’s cobalt blue waters atop the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range top many kayaking enthusiasts bucket lists. The famed lake’s clear, glassy waters make for a quiet and peaceful paddle with stunning views, brilliant blue waters

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Kayak in the Poudre River near Fort Collins, Colorado

Top 5 Must Paddle Kayaking Destinations in Colorado

From snow-capped mountains to crystal clear waters, Colorado is home to some of the country’s most beautiful natural scenery. Raging rapids and calm waters give paddlers of all abilities the opportunity to explore the scenic state. Read on for a top five list of must

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Chatham, MA Kayaking

Cape Cod Kayaking Destinations near Chatham, MA

Chatham, Massachusetts is a lovely seaside town on the southeastern most tip of Cape Cod. A popular summer resort town, Chatham is known for its beaches, lighthouses, and stunning sights, some of which are best viewed from the water. Chatham Kayaking Destinations Surrounded by water,

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Chicago-Kayaking

Must Paddle Chicago Kayaking Destinations

Between the Chicago River and Lake Michigan, it’s no surprise that Chicago, Illinois is an extremely popular kayaking destination. There’s over a dozen places where you can rent a kayak and endless possibilities for exploring. From skyscraper studded urban paddles to the secluded wilderness, find

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Kayak James River in Richmond VA

Best Places to Kayak Near Tuckahoe, VA

Virginia is for lovers and kayakers. And one of the best places for kayak lovers is Tuckahoe. This Richmond, VA suburb is located along the James River, providing excellent access to some of Virginia’s best kayaking. Tuckahoe, Virginia Kayaking Destinations Virginia is full of great

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Kayak at Fort De Soto Florida

Kayaking St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay Area

St. Petersburg is a sparkling gem on Florida’s Gulf coast. Part of the Tampa Bay area, it’s known for its pleasant weather and award-winning beaches. It’s a popular destination for golfing, boating, fishing, beachgoing and kayaking. Top St. Petersburg Kayaking Destinations Silently glide clear blue-green

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Harriman Park New York State

Kayaking the Hudson Valley Town of Warwick, NY

Warwick is full of fun, relaxation, and natural beauty.  The Hudson Valley Town often flies under the radar, but it’s a beautiful place where nature and civilization seem to live side by side. It’s the perfect destination for those wishing to wander through nature. Kayaking

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Lake Wallenpaupack in Hawley, PA

Kayaking Hawley, Pennsylvania & the Pocono Mountains

Pocono Mountains in eastern Pennsylvania is an incredible spot for watersports enthusiasts.  The area boasts 150 lakes and 170 miles of rivers. Hawley, Pennsylvania is a borough located on the Lackawaxen River near Lake Wallenpaupack, making it an ideal destination for kayakers, boaters, anglers, swimmers,

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Souhegan River Kayaking NH

The Best Wilton, New Hampshire Kayaking Destinations

Wilton is a small, rural town that sits at the foothills of Mt. Monadnock in southern New Hampshire where the Souhegan and Stony Brook rivers meet. The town is known for its old-growth forests, farmland, parks, swimming holes, hiking and biking trails and much more.

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Harold Park MA

Where to Kayak in Andover, Massachusetts

Andover, Massachusetts is a town in Essex County, 20 miles north of Boston. It is divided from Lawrence by the Merrimack River and is home to several of its tributaries and one of Massachusetts’s Great Ponds. With a rich history and a an even richer

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Oconomowoc River Kayaking Trail

Kayaking Waukesha County’s Lake Country

With over 140 lakes in Wisconsin’s Waukesha County, it’s no surprise that the area is often referred to as Lake Country. There are big lakes, little lakes and even a bunch of rivers connecting many of the lakes, making the area a prime destination for

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Michigan's Lake St Clair

Kayaking Destinations Near Clinton Township

Clinton Township is a northern suburb of Detroit, Michigan. The Clinton River runs right through its heart, connecting it to Lake St. Clair and putting it smack dap in the center of some of the best kayaking in eastern Michigan. Best Places to Kayak near

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Rappahannock River VA

Fredericksburg & Falmouth, VA Kayaking Destinations

Explore the Greater Fredericksburg region by kayak! Fredericksburg and Falmouth are on opposite banks of the Rappahannock River in Stafford County, Virginia. Filled with historical attractions, battlefields, ports and parks, the area is great for discovery. And one of the best ways to discover the

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Kayaks Marlu Lake, NJ

Kayaking Your Way through Wall Township, New Jersey

Wall Township, New Jersey is a township in Monmouth County. It is located in the New York metro area just minutes from the ocean between Sandy Hook Bay and Barnegat Bay. With its close proximity to so much water, Wall Township is a great location

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Lake Lanier Georgia

Kayaking Destinations near Johns Creek, GA

Only 25 miles northeast of the bustling Atlanta metro, Johns Creek offers a gorgeous escape from the city with protected outdoor recreational areas and 13 miles of the Chattahoochee River. The city is home to 82,000 residents and offers a sparse suburban feel with lots

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