Paddle or Tube Down the Deep River

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Kayaking Deep River
Ayanna Blake, 17, paddles the Deep River with her friends. Photo by John Michael Simpson

Explore a scenic route on the Deep River with Endor Paddle, which offers self-guided kayaking and tubing trips. An excursion typically begins at Deep River Park off of Highway 421 and ends by the Camelback Bridge. For those looking to lazily float down the river with friends and family, Endor Paddle offers river tubing starting at $19 per person. Children must be at least 3 years old to participate.

Wear a bathing suit or clothes you don’t mind getting wet is recommended, along with sunscreen, secure shoes and a hat to protect from the elements. “Tubing doesn’t really take any skills, and kayaking is really easy to pick up if you haven’t done it before,” says Endor Paddle guide Ilia Smirnov. “And the experience itself is very unique, being out in the water and experiencing wildlife and the natural ecosystems.”

Reservations are required and can be booked online. Solo kayaks cost $34, two-person kayaks cost $49.

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