Month: December 2014

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Take it to the (River) Bank


Much of the Upper Neuse River is lined with this tall grass. It helps to anchor the soil and keep erosion to a minimum. Canoeing and kayaking helps you get up close to this unique habitat.

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Solid as a Rock


A little rock stands its ground against the power of the Neuse River. Coming down the river in a kayak or on a SUP, this is one you would want to avoid.

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Footprints in the Sand


Once you get away from the busy areas, the banks of the Neuse River are covered in footprints from raccoon, beaver, and deer. A canoe or kayak is the perfect way to see the animals that left the tracks.

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Howlin’ at the Moon


An early morning on the Neuse River found us navigating by moonlight. A full moon and clear sky provides plenty of light to canoe, kayak, or SUP the Neuse River or Falls Lake.

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Seedy


The skeletons of warmer days still haunt the banks of the Neuse River. A canoe or SUP will give you a unique view of the winter landscapes.

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Shades of Grey


A couple small waves form in the upper Neuse River when the water is flowing just right. Perfect for a little fun in a kayak or canoe. 

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