Back to Nature: Kayaking 101

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Jill M. Rohrbach

Mammoth SpringWhile my husband and I do own a canoe, I prefer kayaking. I find it more intuitive and easier to maneuver. If you’ve never tried kayaking, Mammoth Spring State Park in Mammoth Springs has an upcoming class where you can give it a try.

Kayaking 101 on May 22 is a class offered to teach the basics of paddling and kayaking to equip you for one of the most exciting ways to enjoy lakes, streams and rivers.

The cost for the course is $25, and kayaks, paddles and life jackets are provided. Call the park at 870-625-7364 to reserve your kayak or to get more details.
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