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Oscoda Canoe Rental

By | July 22nd, 2015|Canoes, Kayaks, North East, Tubes|

  Come and enjoy the Au Sable River.    Start early and see wildlife on the river and in the surrounding Huron National Forest - [...]

Hanmer's Riverside Resort & Livery

By | May 12th, 2014|Cabins, Canoes, Kayaks, North West, Tubes|

Hanmer’s Riverside Resort & Livery is located on US 31 south of Benzonia, Michigan, in Beautiful Benzie County, the Gateway to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Hanmer’s is minutes away from Crystal Lake.  Choose a season for a family vacation, canoeing, tubing, fishing, hiking, fall hunting, golf, skiing, shopping, and more. Every month offers unique opportunities for fun and new adventures. […]

River Country Campground

By | August 20th, 2013|Canoes, Kayaks, South West, Tubes|

Located 3 miles north of Evart, River Country Campground is situated in between the campground creek and the beautiful Muskegon River. […]

Shomler Canoes & Kayaks, LLC

By | March 20th, 2013|Canoes, Kayaks, North West, Rafts|

The River Runs Through It The Pine River is considered by many to be the premier canoeing river in Michigan. With an average gradient of 12 foot/mile it offers a challenge unequalled in this area. The Pine River is also a National Scenic river that flows mainly through the Manistee National Forest. Weekdays and off season are truly a special time. With limited development it will seem like you have paddled back in time, seeing the river and wildlife just like the early explorers did so long ago. With trips from 2 hours to 3 days, we can accommodate your group for their canoeing adventure. Whether this is your first visit or the 50th year of a canoeing tradition we invite you to let us show you what we fondly call The River. […]

Pine River Paddlesports Center

By | March 20th, 2013|Cabins, Campgrounds Primitive, Canoes, Kayaks, North West, Rafts|

Hidden in the Heart of the Manistee National Forest…The Pine River Paddlesport Center rents canoes, kayaks, and rubber rafts on the Pine and Big Manistee Rivers, Michigan’s premiere paddlesport rivers. PRPC is also home to the Wow Wall, a 32 foot tall, super-safe, automatic-belay rock climbing wall, a very clean, very quiet campground, and the PRPC Adventure Store stocked with camp & river trip essentials, UpNorth clothing, souvenirs, and gift items. […]

Old Log Resort

By | March 20th, 2013|Cabins, Campgrounds Modern, Canoes, Kayaks, North West|

The Old Log Resort is on a section of the Muskegon River that is beautiful and sandy, ideally suited for families and groups. The river winds through miles of state forest with many places to stop. It is especially quiet on weekdays when eagles and deer are often sighted. […]

St. Joseph River Canoe & Kayak LLC

By | March 20th, 2013|Canoes, Kayaks, South West|

Canoes and Kayaks on the St. Joseph & Paw Paw Rivers and Lake Michigan! Call for dates. […]

Indian Valley

By | March 20th, 2013|Cabins, Campgrounds Modern, Campgrounds Primitive, Canoes, Kayaks, Rafts, South West, Tubes|

Please call (616) 891-8579 for further information. Modern and rustic campsites for all types of camping units. Campsites by night, week, month, and season. Planned activities on Saturday with Wagon rides. Canoe or Kayak the Thornapple river, 2 to 6 hour trips start or end at the campground. Excellent fishing on the Thornapple river at the campground, and you can rent a fishing boat, paddle boat or fish the spring fed pond. Barry county has 300 lakes and rivers to enjoy. […]

Happy Mohawk Canoe Livery LLC

By | March 20th, 2013|Cabins, Campgrounds Modern, Canoes, Kayaks, North West, Rafts, Tubes|

Choose from canoes, kayaks, rafts or tubes to enjoy the nationally designated “Scenic Recreation” White River. Happy Mohawk Canoe Livery has made memorable river adventures available since 1963. We provide transportation for all our watercraft rentals along with paddles and personal flotation devices. […]

Doe-Wah-Jack's Canoe Rental

By | March 20th, 2013|Canoes, Kayaks, Nearby, South West|

Two to six hour beginner and intermediate canoe and kayak trips on Dowagiac River. Open weekends May 2, every day starting Memorial Day through Labor Day, weekends through the end of October. The Dowagiac River in Cass County, Michigan is a popular, moderately paced and family friendly river. Just perfect for the beginner or intermediate canoeist or kayaker. It is the largest cold water stream in lower southwest Michigan. The river is canopied with hardwoods like Oaks, Maples, Beeches etc. Exploring the river is fun and creates lasting momeries. Making it an excellent trip spring, summer, or fall. The quiet and alert  canoeist may catch a glimpse of  Ducks, Geese, Blue Heron,  Deer, Turtles, and Woodchucks in thier natural habitat. So come out, relax and enjoy the river with us today. […]

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