Elkhorn Paddlers

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Who we are…

In 1981, 42 hardy souls came together to form the Elkhorn Paddlers for the purpose of promoting the appreciation for the recreational value of canoeing, canoe camping, and canoe racing; to encourage and promote navigation of waterways by canoe and kayak; to promote the conservation of such rivers by cooperation with local and national organizations whose purpose and interests are in the fields of conservation and the preservation of the wilderness; and, to promote the safety of the sport through training and information to members. Members of ‘The Paddlers’ have paddled, explored and enjoyed countless streams, rivers and lakes in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, etc. Though our trips are primarily day paddles, we throw in a smattering of overnight outings and can be found on our favorite creeks most of the year. Membership is open to beginners, novices, experts, families and all who enjoy recreational paddling activities. Dues are reasonable and we hold only 2 meetings each year (in spring we meet - and eat; in fall, we eat, meet and float).
(ĕlk’hôrn păd’ler) n. 1. A person, or group, interested in promoting “quietwater” stream cruising, FUN, safety and river etiquette.
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(ĕlk’hôrn păd’ler) n. 1. A person, or group, interested in promoting “quietwater” stream cruising, FUN, safety and river etiquette.
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About

Who we are…

In 1981, 42 hardy souls came together to form the Elkhorn Paddlers for the purpose of promoting the appreciation for the recreational value of canoeing, canoe camping, and canoe racing; to encourage and promote navigation of waterways by canoe and kayak; to promote the conservation of such rivers by cooperation with local and national organizations whose purpose and interests are in the fields of conservation and the preservation of the wilderness; and, to promote the safety of the sport through training and information to members. Members of ‘The Paddlers’ have paddled, explored and enjoyed countless streams, rivers and lakes in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, etc. Though our trips are primarily day paddles, we throw in a smattering of overnight outings and can be found on our favorite creeks most of the year. Membership is open to beginners, novices, experts, families and all who enjoy recreational paddling activities. Dues are reasonable and we hold only 2 meetings each year (in spring we meet - and eat; in fall, we eat, meet and float).