Weather: sunny and cool. Highs in the 50s. Perfect fall day! Join us for a fun, family friendly canoe trip on the Sunflower River. No experience necessary! We'll provide all equipment including life jackets. An experienced guide will give you a tour of the Sunflower River where you can see Clarksdale like never before. Locals and visitors are invited to join this one of a kind experience!!! Details:*$30 for adults*Free for kids under 14*1 pm-4 pm *Round trip from Quapaw Canoe Company291 Sunflower Ave, Clarksdale, MS
*Dress for weather
*Wear shoes that can get muddy & wet
*Pack waterbottle and snack
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Community Canoe Daytrips are made possible through the Clarksdale Revitalization Initiative, in partnership with the Lower Mississippi River Foundation. A community that canoes together, stays together!
The next Community Canoe daytrip is next weekend, Saturday, Nov 9,
also on the Sunflower River, from 1-4pm, in downtown Clarksdale!
"A community that canoes together, stays together"
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