MISSOURI:


Current River:
   Windy's Canoe:  http://www.windyscanoe.com/canoefloats.html
   The Landing: http://www.currentriverlanding.com/
    
Jack's Fork River:
   Shady Lane Cabins & Motel:  http://www.shadylanecabins.com/cabins.html
   Harvey's Alley Spring Canoe Rental: http://www.harveysalleyspring.com/index.html
   River's Edge:  http://rivers-edge.com/
   Alley Springs Campground: 
            http://www.recreation.gov/mo/Alley_Spring_Mo/Campground/r/campgroundDetails.do?agency=NRSO&parkId=74053  

   Circle B Campground and Resort:  http://www.circlebcampground.com/
   Jack's Fork Campground:  http://www.jacksforkcampground.com/
   Two Rivers Campground:  http://www.missouriscenicrivers.com/TwoRiversCampground.html
   Two Rivers Canoe Rental: http://www.2riverscanoe.com/

Clearwater Lake & Black River (15 miles from the Current River, at Piedmont.  Large lake off the Black River, with beautiful campgrounds.  We've only camped at River Road Park, at the base of the dam, but they have 3 other camp ground at the lake):
    River Road Campground:  
           http://www.recreation.gov/camping/River_Road_L_Bank_Mo/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=71385&pstate=MO

OKLAHOMA:

Illinois River:
    Various Outfitters:  
         http://www.oklahomaroadtrips.com/paddle-oklahoma-rivers.htm#Illinois

Mountain Fork River:
    Various Outfitters: 
        http://www.oklahomaroadtrips.com/paddle-oklahoma-rivers.htm#MountainFork


NORTH CAROLINA:

Nantahala River:
    Adventurous Fast Rivers Rafting Outfitters: http://www.white-water.com
    Watershed Luxury Log Home Rentals:  http://www.watershedcabins.com
    Turkey Creek Campground: http://www.turkeycreekcampground.com/
    Nantahala Outdoor Center: http://www.noc.com/whitewater-rafting/nantahala-river/


River Information

Tennessee Rivers:



Below are links to information for the rivers in Tennessee, Oklahoma & Missouri that we've paddled


River Levels

Tennessee Rivers:  http://waterdata.usgs.gov/tn/nwis/rt
Oklahoma Rivers: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/ok/nwis/rt
Missouri Rivers: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/mo/nwis/rt


KAYAKPACK


Outfitters/Camping/Lodging
Canoe/kayak rentals, camp ground, hotels, lodges and outfitters at or near the rivers

TENNESSEE:

Buffalo River:  I-40 West, exit 143:
   Loretta Lynn's Hurrican Mills Campground:  http://www.lorettalynnranch.net/main/?page_id=23
   Bone's Canoe and Campground: http://www.bonescanoeandcampground.com/
   Buffalo River Resort:  http://www.buffalorivercanoe.com/
   Crazy Horse Canoe and Camp:  http://www.crazyhorsecanoe.com/
   Flat Woods:  http://www.flatwoodscanoe.com
     
Caney Fork River:

   Canoe the Caney:  http://canoethecaney.com/

Duck River:
   Normandy Kayak Rental:  http://normandykayakrental.com/
   Higher Pursuits:  http://www.higherpursuits.com/
   Duck River Canoe Rental: http://duckrivercanoerental.com/
   The River Rat's Canoe Rental: http://www.tnvacation.com/vendors/the_river_rats_canoe_rental_Inc/

Elk River:
   Elk River Canoes (Fayetteville, TN):  http://www.elkrivercanoes.com/
       Canoe & kayak trail just west of I-65 at Elkmont, Al, just below the Tennessee line.  Five sites for easy in
       and out along the Elk River, ranging from 6.2, 10.3, 15.9 and 21.9 river miles.  Riders may be picked up
       at any of the sites.  For more trail info, call Richard Martin @ 256-278-1262, or Jeanette Dunnavant  @
       256-232-5411.  e-mail:  jeanette@pcinet.net

   Kelso Canteen and Canoe Rental ~
       (Kelso, TN ~ 2167 Winchester Highway ~ 931-438-4402 or 800-933-2827):
       Paddle Description:  8 miles, Class I, Suitable for beginners, roughtly 4-5 hours duration. 
       Cost:  Canoe Rental, shuttle = $20/person
                 Kayak Rental, shuttle = $25/person 
                 Shuttle only = $10
       Directions from Nashville:  From the I-440 and I-65 interchange in South Nashville, go South on I-65
       toward Huntsville for 66 miles.  Turn Left on to US-64/TN-15.  Continue to follow US-64 East for 17.5 
       miles.  Turn Right on to Wilson Pkwyy/TN-15 Bypass and go 2.2 miles.  Wilson Pkwy/TN-15 BYP be-
       comes US-231 N/Thornton Taylor Pkwy/TN-10 N.  Continue for another 1.6 miles.   Bear Right on to 
       US-64/David Crockett Hwy/TN-15/TN-50.  Continue following US-64/TN-15 for 6.3 miles.  Turn Left on 
       to Kelso-Smithland Rd (an old country store called "The Restaurant" is at this intersection).  Look
       for a sign with a gold canoe.    
       
 Hiwassee River:
   Hiwassee Outfitters:  http://www.hiwasseeoutfitters.com/
  
Harpeth River:
   Tip-A- Canoe:  http://www.tip-a-canoe.com    
   Harpeth River State Park: http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/harpeth-river
   Canoe Music City (Kingston Springs, TN ~ 1203 Highway 70 ~ 615-952-2222):  http://www.canoemusiccity.com/
   Foggy Bottom Canoe Rental (Kingston Springs, TN ~ 1270 Highway 70 ~ 615-952-4062):  http://www.foggybottomcanoe.com/

Piney River (Hickman County):
  Pinewood Canoe and Camp (I-40 West, Exit 163, left 6 miles.  Call Kathy @ 615-729-1042): http://www.pinewoodcanoecamp.com/home  
 
Red River:
   Red River Canoe (Adams, TN ~ 8002 Highway 41 N ~ 615-696-2768):  http://www.canoetheredriver.com/