Are you ready for an adventure? Canoe and Trail Adventures offers eco-friendly canoe & kayak swamp tours on scenic Bogue Falaya River in Covington. With a 5-star rating on TripAdvisor, C&T's certified Louisiana Master Naturalist guides offer rewarding experiences to remember.
Join one of the guided tours (one-hour, three-hour and five-hour outings, or one of their highly requested Twilight or Moonlight Paddles. All equipment is provided, including paddles, life vests, waterproof cases for phones, compact cameras and car keys, and waterproof bags for larger items. Drinking water is provided, but feel free to bring along a snack (coolers welcome). The Bogue Falaya River usually has a gentle flow, great for stand-up paddling, and has a sandy beach to stop when you're ready for a rest or a picnic.
If a guided trip is not for you, Canoe & Trail also offers kayak (solo and tandem), canoe and paddleboard rentals, delivering boats with all the necessary gear to the launch and providing paddle lessons so you can be off on your adventure. All trips launch from Canoe & Trail's floating dock on the docks below The Chimes Restaurant, located 19130 W. Front St. in Covington.
Rentals seasonally from The Chimes; check website for availability. Book online at CanoeAndTrail.com or call/text (504) 233-0686 (international travelers, call via WhatsApp at 504-233-0686).
To reduce "touches" on-site, advance payment and waiver are available on their website. With over 100 safety vests, most are used only once per day, then disinfected and dried in the sun. Round-trip shuttle transportation from New Orleans is available. Weather cancellations are fully refundable.
Since 1972, Canoe & Trail has guided countless people into the Louisiana swamps, streams, creeks, and wilderness areas in numerous states, striving to make each adventure a unique experience as a blend of information and relaxation. They have taught classes on wilderness skills for primitive camping, backpacking, kayaking and canoeing. Guides are experienced and knowledgeable in paddling safety, local history and the ecology in the area.