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Definitely recommend! We had a blast! 🙌 we did the 7 mile trip and it only took us about 2.5 hours. We did stop once to take a quick break but mainly just cruised down the river. It was a beautiful day. We even saw...More
Stopped here after our tour at Mammoth Cave and inquired about renting a canoe-they were having a slow day and were about ready to close up shop but told us if we could be back in an hour (had to grab some lunch and put...More
My husband and I took a short 2.5-hour canoe trip down the river and got off at the ferry. It rained on us but we still had a great time. Everything was green and beautiful. The staff was also super friendly and it was nice...More
Bring a small cooler with H2O and snacks. Last minute trip before school. Adventure began with our trip to the drop off point & meeting a cool family from Alabama passing thru town. Group picture and off we went leisurely down the river. 2 1/2...More
We love the Green; and we always use the services of Mammoth Cave Canoe & Kayak because Becky and her staff are absolutely lovely. Seriously. They are so helpful. We bring our own boats and have them move our car to the take-out for us....More
The folks that run this outfit could not be nicer, they are great folks!! It’s fairly expensive, about 50-60 bucks a pop, you follow the driver to the ferry parking lot, then board his van for a long ride to the put-in. And WHAT a...More
My wife and I brought our own kayaks down to KY, while we were visiting for five nights to tour the Mammoth Cave NP system and the surrounding area. We really wanted to be able to find a local company who ran tours on the...More
Someone at Mammoth Cave visitor center recommended this business and called for us to reserve a kayak (which supposedly knocks price down to $57). What he actually charged was $64. There was a sign at the register saying there was a 3.96% DISCOUNT from the...More
The people here were so incredibly kind to myself and my boyfriend on our recent trip. We had just been stood up by Big Buffalo Crossing Canoe and Kayaks, showed up at their door step after the time they usually let people leave on kayaking...More
The canoes and kayaks were pretty nice, driver was friendly and river was scenic. Saw some wildlife and had a good time. Lots of paddling though, there are a lot of long stretches with no current. Problem was, we got done, our group of six...More
There aren't any designated camping sites. You just find a gravel bar and set up camp. Outside the park it is private land but the landowners don't seem to mind as long as you don't make a mess. Inside the park you need a... More
There aren't any designated camping sites. You just find a gravel bar and set up camp. Outside the park it is private land but the landowners don't seem to mind as long as you don't make a mess. Inside the park you need a backcountry permit (the outfitter can supply this).