Appalachian Adventures

Appalachian Adventures

Located in Todd, Appalachian Adventures offers affordable family fun along the headwaters of the New River in Ashe County. Canoeing, kayaking and river tubing adventures are designed for the whole family, from 5 to 75 years young, with trips ranging from one hour in duration to all day long. For those who would like a slower, more relaxed pace, the river tubing adventure affords you and your family the perfect opportunity to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the New River.


Appalachian Adventures
Todd, Baldwin, NC
Phone: (336) 877-8800

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