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AcklenLove

Rollin' on the rivers

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I apologize in advance for my ignorance on this subject, but I just need a few tips on where to start.

I'd like to hit the rivers and lakes (Harpeth, Percy Preist, etc.) a bit this summer. However, I live in a townhouse and I don't have the room to store a canoe or kayak. I also have a small 2-door car, so toting around a friend's boat isn't really a possibility. Are there any shops that will rent a boat to me for the day and help me with transportation back (if I'm on the river?)

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I apologize in advance for my ignorance on this subject, but I just need a few tips on where to start.

I'd like to hit the rivers and lakes (Harpeth, Percy Preist, etc.) a bit this summer. However, I live in a townhouse and I don't have the room to store a canoe or kayak. I also have a small 2-door car, so toting around a friend's boat isn't really a possibility. Are there any shops that will rent a boat to me for the day and help me with transportation back (if I'm on the river?)

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Not very familiar with PP, however with regards to the Harpeth, there are many choices for this, most prominently is Tip-a-Canoe, however, as I found last Saturday doing this very task, there are many different vendors along HWY 70 near the river that offer drop off/pick up canoe/kayak rentals.

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I think Long Hunter State Park rents canoes at Percy Priest as well. I was out there last year and remember seeing them. I think there are others. Try a Google search for "Nashville and canoe rental".

BTW, welcome to the forum again.

Good Luck and happy sailing. :)

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