Flat Water Paddling in Knoxville, Tennessee

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  1. The wide, warm, slow moving waters of the Clinch River make this a great resource for both beginner paddlers and fishing enthusiasts.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    158.2 miles
    Duration
    As long as you would like.
  2. A simple oasis in an eastern Tennessee park known for its rich variety of family-friendly activities, Byrd Lake in Cumberland Mountain State Park is a perfect place to paddle away an afternoon.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    59.0 miles
    Duration
  3. This is one of the most activity-packed parks in the Knoxville area, where you can enjoy anything from a run or walk to a bike ride or paddle.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    4.8 miles
    Duration
    As much as you would like!
  4. This is one of the most beautiful paddles in the Knoxville area, and it's only 20 minutes from downtown.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    14.4 miles
    Duration
    As much time as you would like.
  5. Paddling the Tennessee River through downtown Knoxville is easily one of the most convenient and rewarding options for paddlers in the area.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    2.8 miles
    Duration
    As much as you would like.
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