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Kayaking and Canoeing in Nebraska

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Standing Bear Lake, NE, located in northwest Omaha, is named for the Ponca leader Chief Standing Bear, and is o... recreation.gov

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Kayaked from dam to dam, fishing along the ways near down trees and objects in water. Wind was nice and calm just... paddling.net

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Zorinsky Lake

Omaha, NE

Zorinsky Lake, NE, located in west Omaha, was named after the late U.S. Senator Edward Zorinsky. The lake has a... recreation.gov

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Elkhorn River

Omaha, NE

Nice day with little wind. The river was higher than the summer flows, so I only was hung up once with a shallow ... paddling.net

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Super easy, if you can get around the sand bars. Watch for rippled waters, and steer far away. An easy, 2-3 mph f... paddling.net

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Blue River

Milford, NE

We put our kayaks in at Blue River State Recreation Area, between Milford and Dorchester on Highway 15. It's a ra... paddling.net

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Dismal River

Mullen, NE

You would canoe the Dismal River over a two-day period for a total of 24 miles. The river is swift, tight, and ch... paddling.net

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Enders Lake

Imperial, NE

Enders Lake is a great place to paddle especially during the weekdays of summer. There are very few people on the... paddling.net

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Platte River

Valley, NE

My 29 yr old daughter and I (59) put in at Platte River Landing and took out at Two Rivers State Recreation Area,... paddling.net

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Salt Creek

Ashland, NE

We entered a mile west of the Lonoma Beach Resort on Hwy. 6 exit to your right (called Catfish Run). You can eith... paddling.net

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