Paddling in a kayak is unique in its own right, but the experience is even better when it’s done in a place as beautiful as Lake Meredith National Recreation Area. Wildlife viewing in the outdoors allows for an unforgettable kayaking experience and a fun way to explore Lake Meredith National Recreation Area.
Paddling activities can improve upper body strength, reduce stress levels, and aide in weight loss. Non-motorized vessels such as canoes, paddleboards, and kayaks do not need registration. Always remember to wear your PFD (life jacket) properly. Please follow all safety warnings when you are on any body of water, no matter how shallow or deep.
New to kayaking or don't have your own equipment? Here are options:
Keep Invasive Non-Native Mussels Out Of Lake Meredith NRA
Zebra and quagga mussels (nuisance invasive species) have not yet invaded Lake Meredith. In order to avoid contaminating the lake, please follow the suggestions below. LIsted below are some effective ways boaters, personal watercraft, canoe, kayak users, and fisherman can ensure their boats, vehicles, trailers, and other equipment do not spread mussels to other waters:
Last updated: May 14, 2020