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DUCK RIVER CANOE FLOAT *
Saturday, August 22nd at 9am
Come join Team Green and Division of Natural Areas as we enjoy the cool waters of the Duck River on a warm summer day. We will be on a very flat and easy stretch of river from Leftwich Bridge to the new TWRA take out at Howard Bridge. Participants are welcome to bring their own canoe or kayak, but will have to provide their own transportation if they do. The first 10 reservations can take advantage of free van transportation provided by the Tennessee Natural Areas Program.
When Saturday, August 22nd at 9am
Where Meet at the Target parking area at Old Hickory Blvd. and
I-65 in Brentwood.
Trip Leader Forrest Evans, Stewardship Ecologist, Tennessee Division of
Cost Canoes can be rented at a special discount of $12.50 per person or $25 per canoe through a local canoe vendor. Participants are welcome to bring their own canoe or kayak, but will have to provide their own transportation if they do.
Reservations required RSVP by August 20 to Forrest Evans or call 615-532-043
Difficulty This stretch of the river has a gentle current and no
real rapids, and will take about 4 hours to float. This is an excellent opportunity for beginners to canoe.
Children Policy Details coming
Dog Policy Details coming
Our put in point is about a 45-minute drive south of Nashville on I-65. Bring lunch and water and maybe a change of clothes. For more information about this as well as any other State Scenic River, visit the Division of Natural Areas web site at: www.tdec.net/na .