About Nashville

Located in middle TN, Nashville offers numerous paddling opportunities all within an hour’s drive or more.  Within an hours drive are the Stones River in Murfreesboro, Rutherford Creek in Columbia, and Bledsoe Creek in Galatin, the Harpeth River and the Duck River.  In the two hour drive bracket, are Wolf Creek, Spring Creek, and Roaring River. With about 2.5 hours driving you get Rock Island, Clear Creek, Daddy’s Creek, and the mighty Obed River.  And of course, three hours will put you at the Ocoee and the Hiwassee Rivers.  So, with a little driving, the possibilities are endless!  Also, since Nashville is only 4 hours from Atlanta, GA, it’s not uncommon for Atlanta folks and Nashville folks to meet somewhere in between. 

Close to home, the Stones, Rutherford Creek, and Bledsoe Creek offer beginner friendly runs sure to inspire a love for boating in any beginner paddler. If you live in this area, and are looking for a new sport, then look no further, because Nashville has some great stuff to offer.

Nashville also offers mountain biking trails, hiking, lots of great fishing, and an awesome music and nightlife scene.  All in all, this is a great city and anyone should be proud to live here!

Recent News and Info

Hometown Throwdown @ Rockisland Tn 12/10/16

December 12th, 2016 Contributed by: creekintom

Update The 8 Ball Race was a success! We had racers from 14 to 60 years of age going head to head with the rapids and the 8ball blockers. The Winner out of 3 heats was Jacob McClure taking 1st place in #2 and #3 heats. After the race. We had a free raffle for ... Read More →

Hometown Throwdown @ the Boils

July 3rd, 2016 Contributed by: creekintom

Come join us for some whitewater games on July 9th at 11 a.m. We will be meeting on Roaring River near Gainesboro, TN at the Boils. We will have a free raffle at the end of this event. We have great prizes from all of our wonderful sponsors.

Do you think you can paddle with the pros?

March 25th, 2016 Contributed by: creekintom

Well, most pro boaters are willing to help anyone on the water learn to boat. Much of the time they will give you tips or show you lines. When I started boating I would follow the person in front of me and try to copy there moves. This will teach you what to expect when ... Read More →


 

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