Harrods Creek – Louisville, Kentucky

By December 1, 2015 Kayaking, Trips No Comments

In this video I take you along as I kayak Harrods Creek near Louisville, Kentucky. The creek is actually in Prospect Kentucky, but it is in the greater Louisville metro area. This “creek” is a tributary of the Ohio River. I say “creek” because it probably averages about 75′ across in most places. But there is very little current to it. On this stretch or river you can expect to see deer, turkey, turtles, cranes, and possibly even a bald eagle.

The livery I rented from was Nachand Canoe and Kayak Rental: http://www.nachandkayaks.com/

This is a family-owned business, and attached to the business is a sports bar/restaurant called, Darkstar Restaurant or Darkstar Tavern.

$30 got me 4 hours with this beautiful river. One of the nice things about it is that because there is very little current, I was able to paddle up the creek for a couple of hours, turn around and head right back to my car. The livery is also conjoined with a bar and grill, so if you are hungry when you get back, there are food options.

———-
If this is your first time with us, my name is Dave, and David’s Passage is the name of my vlog. This passage in life started with a desire to share my love of the outdoors with the world. My hope is that those who tune into my videos will be inspired to venture out and enjoy all of creation for what it’s worth. This video blog features videos on an array of outdoor-related topics, as well as DIY projects that might just help you more fully enjoy the outdoors. New videos come out on Tuesdays at 3pm EST, so please subscribe and be on the lookout for new content soon!
———-

To keep up, subscribe and visit: http://www.davidspassage.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/davidspassage
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidspassage
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/davidspassage
Tumblr: http://davidspassage.tumblr.com
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/davidspassage
See you outdoors!

Intro music for this video was written and recorded by myself.

Other music in this video came from the YouTube Creator Studio.

Author davidspassage

Outdoor video blogger, sharing what I'm learning with the outdoor community.

More posts by davidspassage

Leave a Reply