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Buffalo River Blueway

Scenic blueway commonly used for canoeing

The largest tributary of the Duck River, the Buffalo River is a 125 mile long blueway perfect for canoeing. It is the longest unimpounded river in Middle Tennessee. The upper portion of the river, found in Lawrence County, is designated as a "State Scenic River" under the Tennessee Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Upper portions of the river between Henryville and Flatwoods is floatable from November through August, while the remainder of the river is floatable year-round. Local companies rent canoes and will coordinate trips, including overnight camping trips.

Eco-Friendly Notes: Follow Leave No Trace practices

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