Reflection Riding Offers History Paddle Tours

  • Thursday, June 8, 2023

Reflection Riding is offering a series of float trips on Lookout Creek.

On June 10 and July 22, join Dr. Greg Grant on a History Paddle and immerse in the captivating tales of Civil War history as you paddle to the site of Lights Mill, where 3,000 Union soldiers crossed Lookout Creek en route to the renowned "Battle in the Clouds". 

On June 24 and July 7, Float Through the Forest with naturalist and Director of Avian Conservation, Taylor Berry. Relax and soak in the beauty while Taylor shares intriguing insights about the native plants and animals that call the creek home.

Reflection Riding is also offering exclusive behind-the-scenes tours with staff. Reach out for more details if you prefer a private paddle tour. 

By participating in these paddling programs, guest will also be supporting ongoing efforts to repair the boardwalk and fully restore access to Lookout Creek for members and visitors. 

For more information, click here.

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