Press

Native

Queen of the CumberlandFile_000 (4)

Nashville Scene

Nashville Scene Logo

Featured in the Nashville Scene, “Yes, it’s possible to enjoy water in a land-locked state”.

“Take in amazing city views while paddling along the Cumberland.”

East of the City Magazine

East of the City Magazine

“For the past year, River Queen Voyages has offered locals and tourists alike kayaking rentals and guided tours down the Cumberland River. The sit-on-top kayaks are great for beginners or experienced paddlers.”

Indie GoGo

IndieGogo

“Nashville’s first and only kayak tours on the Cumberland River! See the city from a whole new view.

The Nashville Ledger

15997

Got a dream? Launch it with help from crowdfunding

Canoe & Kayak

IMG_3303-e1462814521676DESTINATION: SKYLINE VIEW PADDLING IN NASHVILLE
TAKE A FLOAT DOWN THE CUMBERLAND RIVER IN BUSTLING NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

The Mountain

static1.squarespaceBeauty On The Cumberland

Nashville Scene

ponysilver-191-editZip-line, hike and kayak your way to three months of bliss — and swim in a waterfall, while you’re at it

Canoe for a Cause

Join us for the 1st annual Leinenkugel’s Canoe for a Cause!

Visit Music City

logoNASHVILLE’S LAKES & RIVERS River Queen Voyages is Nashville’s first kayak rental company on the Cumberland River.

Roots Rated

173102-flat-water-paddling-the-cumberland-river-featureFlat water paddling along the Cumberland River with River Queen Voyages, the first and only kayak rental and tour company on the Cumberland River in Nashville, TN.

The East Nashvillian

logo-1EAST NASHVILLE NEWS: PEPPERFIRE AND THE SOUNDS, DINO’S RELAUNCH, BEER FEST, PIED PIPER ON TV, MORE

Yelp

searchA River Floats Through It

Julie Hullett Concierge

julie-hulletlogoheaderLocal Spotlight: River Queen Voyages
Owner: Annie Klaver

Venture Productions

Style Blueprint

13 Things to do in Nashville before the summer endsThings-to-do-in-Nashville-summer-768x512

Inflatable Boater

River Queen Voayges is included in this guide on page 40 in the section about Cumberland River! InflatableBoater.com has published a free guide on fishing in Tennessee and recommends a few local businesses for each of the 20 Tennessee fishing spots.

Screen Shot 2016-11-18 at 9.08.05 AM

BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY

From Shelby Park to Downtown Riverfront Park (3 miles, approx 1 hour)
Book Single Kayak $29 (seats one)
Book Tandem Kayak $59 (seats two)
Purchase Gift
From Opryland to Shelby Park in East Nashville (5 miles, approx 2 hours)
Book Single Kayak $39 (seats one)
Book Tandem Kayak $79 (seats two)