All Trips are canceled on Saturday, March 29th due to severe weather. We are still going to run trips on Sunday March 30th. Book Here
Finally, after several weeks of the Falls Dam being open to drain Falls Lake, they have closed down the dam and we can start running our Neuse River kayak trips. You can see from the graph how they gradually step the flow down. We will begin our trips with canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddle
Here is the sun rising over the Falls Dam and the Neuse River in Raleigh on Saturday. It turned out to be a beautiful day. The river flow was too high for us to run our usual kayak and paddle board trips down the river, so we went to Falls Lake instead. We had a
The Falls Dam is wide open draining Falls Lake. Some intrepid kayakers came out to take advantage of a beautiful Saturday. Falls Dam is between Raleigh and Wake Forest and feeds the Neuse River.
Unfortunately, the storms earlier in the week raised the Neuse River to a level that we can’t run our river trips this weekend. So instead, we will be offering hourly rentals of solo kayaks, tandem kayaks, and stand up paddle boards and can deliver them to the Beaverdam area of Falls Lake. It is going to be
We were hoping to start our 2014 Neuse River trip season off this weekend. We were super pumped as we just got in 20 new sit-on-top kayaks, and a bunch of new paddle boards. But…alas…last week’s rain finally made its way into Falls Lake and out the Neuse River, making the water level too high
Need something fun to do on the water, but tired of the kayak or canoe? We have added more stand up paddle boards to our lineup this season. Whether you want to rent one to take to Falls Lake or the Wake Forest Reservoir or paddle as part of one of our trips down the
While we generally think of the Neuse River as a place to paddle and play, for Duke grad student Matthew Fuller it is a gold mine of data. Here’s an explanation of research he is doing on the water quality of the Neuse River related to the removal of Milburnie Dam: For my PhD at