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Wyoming Valley RiverFest: June 21-23, Wilkes-Barre River Common and Nesbitt Park.
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But on the second day, she paddled alongside 11 other children in bright orange, yellow, red and blue canoes on the pond at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School.
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Exercising is good for you but when you exercise outside it can actually improve your state of mind.
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Southeastern Michigan authorities have confirmed that a body found in a debris-clogged portion of the fast-flowing Clinton River is that of a 47-year-old man who disappeared while kayaking.
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Tucked away in one of the many bends of one of the oldest rivers in the world, Bluecat on the New is a gem, offering outdoor enthusiasts and campers unique experiences from March to November.
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The annual red tide returns later this month to swarm the beach and coastal waters of every waterside city in the OC.
Kayak fishing is one of the hottest trends in the outdoor industry today. Extremely popular with costal anglers, the paddling-and-angling approach is quickly drifting inland as freshwater anglers catch the kayak-fishing bug.
Dive crews embarked on a second-day search for a Mountain House man who disappeared below the surface of Livermore's Lake Del Valle while kayaking with his sister on Sunday.
Former Great Falls history teacher Sherri Andersen is drawn to the water. She has kayaked for 16 years, taking advantage of easy access to both the Sun and Missouri rivers.
Sean "Chauncey" Martin of Beach Lake went missing Friday afternoon after his kayak overturned on the Lackawaxen River at Kimbles Falls.
The Somerset County Park Commission Environmental Education Center has scheduled a unique summer program series for teens age 13 to 15. Xtreme Adventure is an attempt to extract teens from video games and computers and have them enjoy the benefits of the great outdoors.
Some uncertain moments Sunday night in Greene County after a family became concerned when a man and a woman went Kayaking and did not show up when they were expected.
Officials searching for a 47-year-old man who disappeared after leaving home to go kayaking on southeastern Michigan's Clinton River say they believe they've found his body.
Former Troy resident Aimee Chauvot won a recent book giveaway but had to have her mom mail the prize to her at her new address in Alaska.
The Daily Review reports the camp will be followed June 29-30 by the Petite Tour du Teche kayak and canoe races.
The great thing about paddling a craft through water is the serenity that comes from it.
Emergency responders on Sunday recovered the body of a 26-year-old kayaker who had been reported missing a day earlier.