Canoe trip and craft brewery tasting experience, the perfect summer Ozarks outing. We will start our incredible day on the Kings River. The Kings River begins in the Ozark Mountain forest as it heads North to end up dumping in Table Rock Lake. This river is extremely beginner friendly and full of impressive water formed rock bluffs that will leave you amazed with the power of the river and awe-inspired with nature in general. We will stop at many of the shade filled banks and the crystal clear swimming holes along the way during our 5 mile float down the river.
After a long morning on the water we will head to Eureka Springs Brewery - the newest brewery in the area - for some craft beer tasting! This is the perfect compliment to a day spent on the river. Expand your taste buds or stick with what you know you love, either way the atmosphere will be the perfect setting to hang out with new friends and talk about the days adventures. The first beer is on us!
Relax as we drive back and share stories of this amazing day outside!
*** Prices are for a 2 man canoe, if you wish to have a solo kayak additional costs will incur.
*** Springfield pickup available upon request.
INCLUDES: TRANSPORTATION, KAYAK RENTAL/EQUIPMENT, ONE CRAFT BEER AND EXPERT GUIDE
DOES NOT INCLUDE: GUIDE’S TIPS
AGE REQUIREMENT: 18+
Easy relaxing morning paddle - seeing the true beauty of the Ozarks!
Connect with nature and new friends on this unique day outside.
Today is the perfect combination trip exploring the Ozarks with new friends
BENTONVILLE: Bike Rack Brewing Company (801 SE 8th St #61, Bentonville, AR 72712)
PICK UP TIME: 8:30 AM
First time adventurers up for a challenge
Explorers looking for a fun and relaxing day in nature
WHAT TO WEAR?
Athletic clothing / Swimsuit
Sunscreen / Bug repellent
WHAT TO BRING?
Water, lunch and snacks for the day
Camera with water case (optional)
Meet at 8:30 at Bike Rack Brewing Company.
Drive 1.5 hours to Kings River.
Enjoy the beauty of the river from a different perspective.
Visit Eureka Springs Brewery for some local beer.
Drive back and arrive to Bentonville at around 5:45.