@astctour Twitter List on Rivers
This US Forest Service Interactive map has opportunities for Rivers.
Learn about the National Rivers Project
recreation.gov: use the map to zoom into our region.
Lonesome Pine Trails (Streams and Rivers)
The Big Sandy River (formed by the Levisa and Tug Forks)
Seperates Wayne County, WV with Lawerence County, Kentucky.
Flows into the Ohio.
KY, OH, WV. Lists Rivers and Outfitters.
Clinch River Adventures (St. Paul) Scroll toward bottom of page.
North Fork of the Pound (also called a River Lake to add more confusion)
LEVISA ADVENTURES (Kayak. Russell Fork River, Pound, and Levisa Fork)
Powell River Public Access in Lee County
New River Outdoor Adventures (Galax)
Twin River Outfitters (Botetourt County)
James River Tubing
Wilderness Canoe Company (Rockbridge County)
Canoe, Kayak, or Raft
Alleghany Highlands Blueway (Alleghany County)
10 miles of Wild & Scenic River can be found on the Blue Stone River
River Expeditions (Oak Hill)
Rustic Ravines (Genoa, Wayne County)
September 10th-13th, 17th-20th, 24th-27th
October 1st-4th, 8th-11th and 16th-17th
Coal River Group (Tornado) Trail is called the Walhonde
Pipestem Adventures (next to Pipestem Resort State Park, northeast of Princeton)
White Water Rafting (1 hour drive north to ACE)
19.4 miles of Wild and Scenic River can be found on the Red River.
Russell Fork White Water Rafting (Elkhorn City, KY)
Levisa Fork Paddlefest Prestonsburg( 4th Sat of each month May to Sept)
Rockcastle Outdoor Company (Livingston. Open seasonally May-Sept)
Paddle Board Guiding and self guiding (SUP)
58.7 miles of Wild and Scenic River can be found on the Chattooga River.
4.2 miles of Wild and Scenic River can be found on the Horsepasture River.
26.5 miles of Wild and Scenic River can be found on the New River (South Fork) River.
23.3 miles of Wild and Scenic River can be found on the Wilson Creek.
New River State Park (Laurel Springs, NC)
45.3 miles of Wild and Scenic River can be found on the Obed River.
Hiwassee/Ocoee Scenic River State Park (East of Chattanooga)
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