Canoeing along a riverbank lets you get close to wildlife, much like sharing a strawberry with an elk. Share the great outdoors with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
- $30 for a 6-mile trip down the Caney Fork River in a two-person canoe (a $60.31 value)
- $30 for the above in a one-person kayak (a $60.31 value)
- $55 for the above in a two-person tandem kayak (a $109.64 value)
Before 6-mile treks, staffers provide initial instruction, paddles, and life jackets. A 24-passenger shuttle bus drops passengers off at Longbranch Recreation Area and picks them up at Happy Hollow access point. Trips depart at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. seven days a week.
Canoe the Caney
Meadows of wildflowers and towering trees border the Caney Fork River on both sides, providing a refuge for deer, herons, turkeys, and hundreds of other bird species. With a fleet of canoes and kayaks as well as shuttle service straight to the riverbanks, Canoe the Caney makes it easy to explore this river’s natural beauty. Though the current bustles along at a slow and steady pace and the banks are usually 30 yards apart, Canoe the Caney staff still holds safety as its highest priority. The staff provides everyone with life jackets and review safety guidelines before giving paddlers permission to depart.
In addition to 6-mile and 9-mile trips down the river, Canoe the Caney also facilitates more playful adventures, including romantic picnic outings and a pirate adventure that invites paddlers to hunt for Captain JaBez’s long lost contact lens.
83% of 75 customers recommend
“Had a great time, all the folks who worked there were very cheerful and friendly. Very good experience all the way around!”
“Thank so much for a great day!”
“We were very impressed with this business and would love to come back another time when it is not thunderstorming. We had a good time but it would've been great if...”
“We were very impressed with this business and would love to come back another time when it is not thunderstorming. We had a good time but it would've been great if the weather had been better. I am looking forward to the haunted canoe adventure in October!”