Paddling for Preservation on the Tangipahoa

This fundraising paddle supports the Land Trust for Louisiana, an organization focused on preserving and protecting valuable natural areas and agricultural lands of Louisiana for future generations. LTL will provide biologists and naturalists to describe the benefits of the area's flora and fauna. Light refreshments will be served at the end of the journey at Pine Knoll Farm. Click here for more information.

Paddling for Preservation on the Tangipahoa

This fundraising paddle supports the Land Trust for Louisiana, an organization focused on preserving and protecting valuable natural areas and agricultural lands of Louisiana for future generations. LTL will provide biologists and naturalists to describe the benefits of the area's flora and fauna. Light refreshments will be served at the end of the journey at Pine Knoll Farm. Click here for more information.

Moonlight Paddle in Manchac Swamp

Join Canoe & Trail Adventures at 4:30 p.m. for a winding paddle through a scenic cypress-lined bayou to arrive at Lake Maurepas for sunset. Paddlers can enjoy their evening meal while watching twilight arrive. Once dark the group will begin paddling back. The 10-day-old moon overhead wil provide light, and mideway back the group will pause to listen for the sounds of the swamp. While in spring the wetlands are filled with sounds in the evening, autumn is entirely different.

Paddle at Two O'Clock Bayou

Meet at Pack and Paddle at 2 p.m. for a Level 1 paddle trip down Two O'Clock Bayou. This trip is perfect for beginners but interesting enough for more advanced paddlers, too. Since it is only five miles long, the pace is calm and leisurely and allows plenty of time to chat and take photographs as you paddle along black water and beautiful cypress trees. Two O'Clock Bayou, located in the upper Atchafalaya Basin between Port Barre and Krotz Springs, is home to some of the oldest cypress trees in the South and many species of animals.

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