It's time for another kayak camping trip into the backcountry, and so it's also time for a new list of things to bring. I have packing lists for every type of camping: car, backpack, day-pack, bicycle, kayak, small airplane, and even for bareboating in various environments from Alaska to the Bahamas. Each list is adjusted for where we are going , what we’ll be doing, and how long we’ll be there. Here are a few things I take into account when planning what to pack
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Let’s face it. What’s better than kayaking? If you live by the water or have easy access to the river you may head out on a weekly basis. Just like every sport, kayaking has some drawbacks if you are just getting started. A few of these include transporting the boats, knowing the class of the river and which sections to look out for, and having a put-in and drop-off point with the adequate transportation to bring you back home. Spending a few days on the river can make this effort worth it and you can enjoy the extra miles in the kayak. Fall is a great time to get out on the river and enjoy some camping along the way. We put together some tips for your next kayaking camp trip. Scroll through some of these suggestions and enjoy even more time on the water!
The Southern wetlands and swampy terrains of the South are the perfect place to take refuge from the high-speed whitewater rivers throughout the country. Here are our top 5 places in this beautiful region of America to paddle.
When thinking about your next kayaking adventure, the South may not be the first destination that springs to mind. The drama of the Colorado River may pop up instead, or the beautiful landscapes and rushing rivers of Utah. But don’t dismiss the South so quickly. Each region holds different beauty and gems found hidden in the area. Swampy boat rides, exotic birdlife, and sneaky crocodiles are just some of the things to look out for in the South. Head over to one of these swampy areas on your next boating adventure.
Tourists and locals alike go crazy for the yearly fall foliage spectacle. Can we blame them though? The changing of the colors is a beautiful sight marking the start of a new season, changes to the landscape, and cooler temperatures. Finally, we can go paddling without sweating through our clothes, for the most part. Bask in the new season with some of these top picks we selected to view fall from the beauty of the water.
We're in the kayaker's favorite season, and is seems like we're seeing more and more boats out on the water, if you want to give it a try, but are looking for a reason to take the plunge, we'll give you 10 great reasons to get out on the water! (Not that we think you need one)
Long days and warming nights means that camping season is officially upon us. And even if there isn’t time to take a full vacation just yet, there are plenty of ways to take advantage of those glorious 55 hours after work on Friday, before you have to be back on Monday. Our Favorite? Paddle-in camping. Here are our top 10 favorites in the Southeast.
Summertime is right around the corner, and here in the South we love hanging out at the local swimming hole. Many of our swimming holes just so happen to be below beautiful waterfalls that dot the landscape of this region. Whether you’re a photographer or just an outdoors lover, here are our top 10 favorites you should check out if you’re ever in the area!
We have a lot to offer here in the south. Whether you like rugged mountains or long stretches of beautiful beaches, delicious BBQ or whitewater rafting, this unique region really has something for everyone. EWe’ve put a list together of some of our favorite biggest and best attractions we can think of here in the good ol’ south that you’ve got to check out while you’re here!
This great country of ours is vast and has tons of beautiful and wild places to visit. People love to talk about secret swimming holes and that mysterious and perfect campsite everyone knows about but won’t fess up to the actual location. We are so lucky to have such a wide range of unique environments to explore here in the US. From deserts to marshes, and mountains to secrets lakes, there’s something any outdoorsman or woman can enjoy. We’ve come up with a list of some of the top 10 wilderness spots to check out for your next adventure!
Some of the most memorable fishing from a K-PAK includes catching trout, silver salmon, and halibut in Alaska. I really enjoy fishing from my K-PAK because I can take it anywhere. It is a great boat for many things, (duck hunting, wildlife photography, exploring, and even a core body workout) but fishing probably tops my list of favorite things to do with this boat. It’s also something I can do 12 months of the year, on still or moving water. Using it to fish and explore hard to reach places is what this boat is all about.