Weekends – Green River Kayak Rentals
Rent Kayaks at Mammoth Cave National Park. This park has over 30 miles of river running through its borders. The famous Green River runs from east to west and the scenic Nolin River runs southward until it converges into the Green River. Both rivers are notorious for fishing and feature over 100 species of fish. No fishing license or permit is required within the park however, state size and catch limits do apply. Among the species are Muskellunge, Largemouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass, Alligator Gar, White Crappie, Black Crappie, Channel Catfish, Bullhead Catfish, and Walleye to name a few. Camping is permitted on river islands and at the campsite at Houchin’s Ferry however a backcountry permit is required from the National Park. Come kayak with us, feed your adventurous side, relax in the outdoors where things are simpler and the air is clean.
Weekdays (Current Weekend Kayak Rentals) – Salt River-Taylorsville Lake Kayak Rentals
Kayak Rentals on the Salt River where it freshly feeds Taylorsville Lake. This artificial lake was created in 1974 constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers. It is part of the Salt River system and the lake claims over 3,000 Acres. The dam was constructed to prevent flooding and has seemed to work for the most part. Flooding still occurs downstream of the lake but it is mostly backflow from the Ohio River. The Salt River & Taylorsville Lake have great white and striped bass fishing in fact it is home to Kentucky’s famous “white bass run” acclaimed across the country. However, there are many species within the lake and its head waters. You will see hundreds of water birds and many species of animals as well. Come kayak in a low wake, low risk environment and be able to relax without a care, floating in peace as the sun kisses your flesh and the wind caresses your face.