Itching for one last trip before the cold takes over. Here is you chance. Below you'll find our top three best Kayak and Canoe trips in Kansas.
1. Burley Bend to Cave Park. The 10.3 miles from Burley Bend access sight to Cave Park in Oxford offers a multitude of wildlife and potential bald eagle sighting. (Burley Bend is located between Belle Plaine and Udall, right off Highway 55, east side of the river.) On our expeditions page, you'll see one of our trips begins at Cave Park, Oxford.
2. Fall River Wildlife Area. Fall River is one of the only rivers in Kansas with public access on both sides. 70 miles from downtown Wichita, Fall River offers small rapids around Mossy Ford bridge and 8-12 miles of amazing wildlife. As the Willows and Oaks begin to turn for winter you'll see vibrant colors lining the banks of this amazing river.
3. If you're in the Wichita area, Cowley County State fishing lake is quiet fising only lake an hour South that offers one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state. Hidden and unknown to most, go to the damn and make your way through the reeds in order to glimpse from above.
Stay safe as the water is cooling and enjoy the four day weekend.
We are landlocked kayak enthusiasts that love to uncover Kansas' true beauty in the water.