When most people hear the term “water trails,” they might think kayaks, canoes and paddle boards. But the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails, and its designation as part of the National Water Trails system, means much more. Read more from North Kitsap Herald...
1/21/15. Whether you travel north or south this year, two new national water trails in Louisiana and Michigan provide the opportunity to explore and connect to America’s waterways. The Bayou Teche and the Huron River Water Trail have been designated.
Meet a water trail - Canoe & Kayak Magazine profiles the Island Loop Route; 5/11/15
Island Loop National Water Trail just made Google Maps! Google Trekker is now hosting footage from the Island Loop Route National Water Trail. See a video about the project: https://youtu.be/PvEeK6NrjDc; 3/30/15
Just in time for summer, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy two newly designated National Water Trails: Black Canyon Water Trail and Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails are newest National Water Trails. 6/24/2014
Port Huron [Island Loop Route] getting downtown kayak, canoe launch; 2/16/2014 -
Missouri River Recreation Area A 'National Waterway' 11/19/2013
Making the loop: Island Loop Route designated; 11/19/2013
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback led flotilla down the Kansas River to highlight recreational opportunities; 09/26/2013
Paddlers invited to celebrate Waccamaw River's new designation; 05/30/2013
Salazar Designates National Water Trails in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri; 07/16/2012
Salazar Designates Kansas River Trail as a National Water Trail; 07/14/2012
The Willamette River Water Trail has a new interactive site for river exploration, trip planning, and itinerary inspiration. Check out the online map to find your way along the water trail.
Island Loop; 11/19/2013
Missouri River; 11/19/2013
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