Paddling or rowing a small watercraft on flat water is an outdoor activity that takes in all the senses. Maryland, known for the Chesapeake Bay, has nearly 3,200 miles of shoreline, which includes hundreds of miles in flat-water trails easily navigated in a kayak or canoe. The scenery along these rivers and creek ranges from wild rural landscapes to urban bustle. Here are ten
fabulous paddle trails within a day’s drive of Baltimore City.
Tens of millions of gallons. That’s how much raw sewage has flowed into the Patapsco River this week.
West Virginia authorities are investigating a kayaking accident on the Blackwater River that killed a Maryland man.
There’s still plenty of time to hit the water. With 61 miles of shoreline in Baltimore and more than 8,000 miles in Maryland, this nautical state offers the best of the best when it comes to action-packed, blood-pumping, fins moving-fun.
A woman kayaking in the Potomac River has been safely rescued from the water after her boat overturned in the rapids.