Hocking Hills Canoe Livery will gladly shuttle your privately owned canoe.
Please refer to our adjusted pricing below for paddlers bringing their own watercraft. Let us know when you call for a reservations that you are bringing your own canoe or kayak. Thanks!
Trip Descriptions/Pricing with Discount for Bringing Canoe
There are two trip options. Both trips are good for beginners. The Hocking River is generally a calm smooth river with a few riffles, islands and sand bars. The stretch the trips run on is Class I. We transport you upstream and you canoe back to the building and your car with the current. All paddling times are approximate, based on the average time of an average paddler in average river conditions. Both trips run on the Hocking River. Adverse river conditions may make an alternate waterway necessary. Both trips provide great fishing opportunities.
Trip A – Crockett’s Trip
Miles: 5 Approximate Paddling Time: 1.5 hours.
Follow the scenic Hocking River lined by trees and fields. There are several islands and sandbars near the start of the trip that make great stopping places for a little exploration or a picnic lunch. This is a great beginner’s trip, especially for young children, nervous adults, and those short on time. See map of the trip.
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*Paddling times are at your own pace. So relax and enjoy your trip!
Trip B – Rockbridge Trip
Miles: 7 Approximate Paddling Time: 2-3 hours
Our most popular trip has two extra miles on the scenic Hocking River. There are more islands and sandbars, a few narrow areas, and more riffles, as well as several viewing spots for observing people on the zip line. It also provides a the opportunity to hike up and see the Natural Rockbridge, a natural work of art. See map of the trip.
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The prices do not include sales tax. Sales tax will be added for groups without a valid tax exemption number. Call 800-634-6820 for details.
Don’t forget your participant agreement!
Save time on the day of your trip — read and sign your Participant Agreement at home. (Just remember to bring it with you.)
A signed Participant Agreement is needed for each person going on a river trip.
Adults need to be on separate sheets, with the exception of two adults who are married (to each other), then they may sign on the same sheet.
Minors must have a parent or guardian sign for them. Minors can be on the same sheet as their parent or guardian. Click here to access the agreement.