Things To Do
Little River Canyon National Preserve offers a variety of things to do; hiking, water activities, hunting, fishing are some activities you can do at the Preserve. Planned events like the one pictured to the left are always fun to attend.
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Bicycling - The scenic drive (Highway 176) is a narrow two-lane road with no shoulder or bike lanes. We do not recommend bikes on Highway 176. Mountain biking is allowed in the Backcountry Area. There are 23 miles of dirt/chert roads.
Camping (click title for more information)
Family Reunions - We welcome you, but we do not reserve any picnic tables or pavilions.
Fishing (click title for more information)
Hiking - Hike anywhere in the Preserve during daylight hours.
Horseback Riding (click title for more information)
Hunting (click title for more information)
Kayaking - Come prepared with all of your equipment and your own transportation. (Expert level, Class III+ to a VI). The find out the water level go to the folllowing website: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?02399200
Photography - The overlooks offer beautiful views of the canyon for photography. Each season provides it's own color and drama.
Rock Climbing - Come prepared with all of your equipment and your own transportation. You can rock climb from any of the cliffs. You cannot add or remove any bolts or have any equipment on your person that would allow you to do so.
Did You Know?
Kayakers and whitewater canoers can expect to encounter Class III to a Class VI (expert level) rapids at Little River Canyon National Preserve.