3 Must-Visit Kayaking Spots in the U.S.


Summer may be coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean your time on the water has to end. Fall is one of the best times of year to travel to our country’s best kayaking destinations. The temperatures will be milder, the crowds will be fewer, and you may even see some of those gorgeous fall colors on your adventure.

These three must-visit kayaking spots are some of the best in the U.S., for enjoying a scenic adventure.

Cumberland Island — Georgia

Ocean kayakers flock to Cumberland Island, Ga., in the summer months, but you can enjoy a tranquil getaway to one of the country’s best paddles spots in the late summer and fall. Cumberland Island is a breathtaking undeveloped barrier island, and it’s one of the largest in the world. Paddle across the island’s tidal marsh to view wildlife and stunning scenery, then venture into the ocean to ride some waves.

Bois Brule — Wisconsin

Paddlers seeking a bit of adventure this fall will love the whitewater rapids of the Bois Brule in Wisconsin’s Brule River State Forest. The Bois Brule is a hot spot for kayakers and canoers in the summer months, but you’ll enjoy a much less crowded trip along the 12-mile scenic waterway (or alternative 15.5-mile invigorating paddle) once the kids head back to school.

The Everglades — Florida

Florida’s Everglades are home to roughly 10,000 miniature islands, lush mangrove forests, memorizing wildlife and breathtaking palm tree backdrops. Even better, Florida offers sunny, warm fall weather that feels like the heart of summer in other parts of the country. Bring (or rent) a kayak and head into the mangrove trails where sightings of starfish, brightly-colored birds, crabs and other marine life or not uncommon.

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