A Cool Blue Trail on the Green River
For flat water paddling enthusiasts looking for outdoor adventures, it doesn’t get much better than Kentucky canoeing and kayaking trails, especially along the cool waters of the Green River. Starting as far north as Lynn Camp Creek, winding through Hart County, stretches of the river pass springs and blue holes, and the 300 Springs waterfall, a dramatic a series of streams cascading down moss covered cliffs, accessible only by boat. No wonder the locals consider Green River their backyard. Read about it here.
The Green also flows through Mammoth Cave National Park, allowing you to explore this geological wonder, itswildlife, springs and river bluffs from the water.
To help you plan your Kentucky canoeing and camping experience, Big Buffalo Crossing Canoe and Kayak in Munfordville will help you determine the length of your adventure – from a few hours to an overnight canoeing and camping getaway. They offer canoe and kayak rentals, provide shuttle service and assist you in putting in and taking out of the river. Or check out The Lone Wolf for hunting and fishing supplies and for canoe, kayak, and equipment rentals.
Lynn Camp Launch offers canoe/kayak rentals and shuttle service for the popular 9.5 mile paddle from Lynn Camp Creek to Rio, a trip that includes the beautiful 300 Springs waterfall.