Recreational Kayaking

Maumee River Kayaking

Sandusky River Kayaking

City Parks Toledo

Paddling in NW Ohio / SE Mich

For whitewater on the Sandusky River in Tiffin, TRG members frequent the Huss Street bridge. There is plenty of play downriver -- but none as good as the wave at Huss Street. See page two of the PDF for more information.

BE AWARE: there is a low-head dam up river of the Huss Street bridge. Proceed with extreme caution and avoid it at all costs!

More information on its way. Check back soon!​ 

Last updated Oct 2016 JAS

Sea Kayaking

Cullen Park, Point Place, North Toledo, 4526 N. Summit St, Toledo, OH 

http://cullenpark.org/

Enjoy the challenge of sea or lake kayaking? Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan offer some fantastic paddling views and adventures. Lake Erie specifically features popular island to which anyone can paddle from the main land. Below you'll find some popular paddling put-ins and destinations.

Metroparks Toledo

Starting in 2014 the Toledo Metroparks have created a paddling sport program including adaptive paddling boat launchs at Wiregrass and rental kayaks & SUPs on the Maumee River @ Farnsworth.

http://metroparkstoledo.com/outdoor-adventures/paddling-sports/

http://metroparkstoledo.com/features-and-rentals/farnsworth-kayak-concession/


Lake Erie

Whitewater Kayaking

There are two places TRG members go for whitewater kayaking on the Maumee River: Turkey Foot rapids and Roche De Boeuf (aka The Rock). For more information about where to put-in and take-out, download the PDF below.

The pictures depict places to paddle on the Maumee for distance seekers -- click to zoom and see more detail. The images include Maumee River access points and official boat launch sites. Whether you seek to paddle a great distance or casually float, these maps might help decide where to shuttle cars/boats.

Many of our club members enjoy the thrill of whitewater kayaking. Below are some popular areas to find play waves, local to Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Despite the traditionally flat and lazy rivers, the areas below tend to have whitewater - depending on water level.