Southern Indiana has a great location to go canoeing or kayaking, so great that it attracts over 30,000 people every year.

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Cave Country Canoes

Located in Milltown, Indiana is a warm weather favorite for many in the Tri-State, Cave Country Canoes.  Cave Country Canoes offers all kinds of outdoor adventures from April to October every year.  They host camping, kayaking, and of course canoes on the Blue Rive.  Cave Country Canoes is also no stranger to hosting fun events like their Twilight Canoe and Dinner for Two trip.


 According to their website, Cave Country Canoes not only gives people the opportunity to canoe or kayak down the Blue River, but they also have a mission to protect the environment of the Blue River as it was Indiana's first designated scenic river.

Our Mission:

We are dedicated to providing a safe, fun, Blue River kayaking experience for all our guests while preserving and protecting the environment of Blue River, Indiana’s first designated scenic river.


Many Visitors Paddle Down the Blue River Every Year

Recently a report was shared by Southern Indiana Business Report that shows a LOT of people enjoy rowing down the scenic Blue River.  According to the report, Milltown, Indiana has a population of fewer than 1,000 people, but that doesn't stop people from visiting the area to paddle down the Blue River.  In fact, Cave Country Canoes has an average of about 30,000 visitors a year.

Photo by Will Dutton on Unsplash
Photo by Will Dutton on Unsplash

Southern Indiana Business Report states:

The outfitter averages about 30,000 visitors a year, operating on weekends in April and seven days a week from May 1 until closing for the season, sometime in October. A camping area has 12 electric sites and 25 primitive sites.

Of course, beyond offering opportunities to paddle down the Blue River, Cave Country Canoes offers all kinds of events, including the popular Twilight Canoe and Dinner for Two event.  You can read more about this report, and what else Cave Country Canoes brings to the southern Indiana region, here.

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