james

Hampton Doe River Access Work Day

james wrote 476 days ago:


Where: 120 Spring St, Hampton, TN 37658

We will meet at the property that is located across Highway 19E from Hampton High School adjacent to the south bound 19E Bridge going over the river.



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natefry

Hampton Doe River Access Work Day

natefry wrote 476 days ago:


Where: 120 Spring St, Hampton, TN 37658

We will meet at the property that is located across Highway 19E from Hampton High School adjacent to the south bound 19E Bridge going over the river.



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tommygunn

Hampton Doe River Access Work Day

tommygunn wrote 476 days ago:


Where: 120 Spring St, Hampton, TN 37658

We will meet at the property that is located across Highway 19E from Hampton High School adjacent to the south bound 19E Bridge going over the river.



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saskia

Hampton Doe River Access Work Day

saskia wrote 476 days ago:


Where: 120 Spring St, Hampton, TN 37658

We will meet at the property that is located across Highway 19E from Hampton High School adjacent to the south bound 19E Bridge going over the river.



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james

Paddling opportunities in and around middle Tennessee areas

james wrote 934 days ago:


The middle Tennessee area offers a variate of beautiful scenic rivers and streams to paddle for all skill levels. You can find information about these streams through various sources. The World Kayak Federation is here to promote the sport of kayaking throughout all communities. You can progress from a novice paddler to an expert paddler within a short time with the right instruction and will to learn. All of the streams in the mid-TN areas are accessible in most cases except for when land owners post their property then you will need permission. Hosting Hometown Throwdowns in small towns where the streams are located helps educate landowners with kayaking as well. This will help future access to these streams. Please visit worldkayak.com and come join us for some fun at your next Hometown Thrown near you. Our next Hometown Throwdown is January 9, 2016 at 10 am at Lilly Bridge on Clear Creek in Crossville, TN. We look forward to seeing you on the river.



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Paddling opportunities in and around middle Tennessee areas

natefry wrote 934 days ago:


The middle Tennessee area offers a variate of beautiful scenic rivers and streams to paddle for all skill levels. You can find information about these streams through various sources. The World Kayak Federation is here to promote the sport of kayaking throughout all communities. You can progress from a novice paddler to an expert paddler within a short time with the right instruction and will to learn. All of the streams in the mid-TN areas are accessible in most cases except for when land owners post their property then you will need permission. Hosting Hometown Throwdowns in small towns where the streams are located helps educate landowners with kayaking as well. This will help future access to these streams. Please visit worldkayak.com and come join us for some fun at your next Hometown Thrown near you. Our next Hometown Throwdown is January 9, 2016 at 10 am at Lilly Bridge on Clear Creek in Crossville, TN. We look forward to seeing you on the river.



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saskia

Paddling opportunities in and around middle Tennessee areas

saskia wrote 934 days ago:


The middle Tennessee area offers a variate of beautiful scenic rivers and streams to paddle for all skill levels. You can find information about these streams through various sources. The World Kayak Federation is here to promote the sport of kayaking throughout all communities. You can progress from a novice paddler to an expert paddler within a short time with the right instruction and will to learn. All of the streams in the mid-TN areas are accessible in most cases except for when land owners post their property then you will need permission. Hosting Hometown Throwdowns in small towns where the streams are located helps educate landowners with kayaking as well. This will help future access to these streams. Please visit worldkayak.com and come join us for some fun at your next Hometown Thrown near you. Our next Hometown Throwdown is January 9, 2016 at 10 am at Lilly Bridge on Clear Creek in Crossville, TN. We look forward to seeing you on the river.



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tommygunn

Paddling opportunities in and around middle Tennessee areas

tommygunn wrote 934 days ago:


The middle Tennessee area offers a variate of beautiful scenic rivers and streams to paddle for all skill levels. You can find information about these streams through various sources. The World Kayak Federation is here to promote the sport of kayaking throughout all communities. You can progress from a novice paddler to an expert paddler within a short time with the right instruction and will to learn. All of the streams in the mid-TN areas are accessible in most cases except for when land owners post their property then you will need permission. Hosting Hometown Throwdowns in small towns where the streams are located helps educate landowners with kayaking as well. This will help future access to these streams. Please visit worldkayak.com and come join us for some fun at your next Hometown Thrown near you. Our next Hometown Throwdown is January 9, 2016 at 10 am at Lilly Bridge on Clear Creek in Crossville, TN. We look forward to seeing you on the river.



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saskia

Contribute to Secure Access to Watauga River at Guy Ford Road

saskia wrote 974 days ago:


Watauga River Access at Guy Ford Road Issue:

The parking area to access the Watauga River at Guy Ford Road is privately owned. This means we could lose access at any time. We have been working to purchase the 2.3 acre property on the downstream river left side of Guy Ford for about 2 years. This is about to come to fruition, securing a permanent public access to the river.

This site provides a put-in to the Watauga Gorge section of the river below Guy Ford Road, as well as a take-out point for Section 3.  In addition, this property will provide river access for fishing, swimming, picnicking, and other activities for residents and visitors alike.

A bit about the process



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Contribute to Secure Access to Watauga River at Guy Ford Road

natefry wrote 975 days ago:


Watauga River Access at Guy Ford Road Issue:

The parking area to access the Watauga River at Guy Ford Road is privately owned. This means we could lose access at any time. We have been working to purchase the 2.3 acre property on the downstream river left side of Guy Ford for about 2 years. This is about to come to fruition, securing a permanent public access to the river.

This site provides a put-in to the Watauga Gorge section of the river below Guy Ford Road, as well as a take-out point for Section 3.  In addition, this property will provide river access for fishing, swimming, picnicking, and other activities for residents and visitors alike.

A bit about the process



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