Our NEW Paddle Trail Map is streaming! No need for downloads or updates!
Utilize this map to plan your trip down the French Broad River Paddle Trail and your enhance your experience in Western North Carolina and the French Broad River Watershed. We have designed this map as a “one stop” shop to showcase unique local businesses in Transylvania, Henderson, Buncombe, and Madison Counties that compliment the French Broad River Paddle Trail. This map includes locally owned businesses that are uniquely WNC and promote sustainable economic development initiatives developed in the Wilma Dykeman RiverWay Plan, focusing on health and wellness, the local art culture, history, and recreation in all its forms, from manufacturing to retail.
If you wish to be considered for inclusion in our map please submit the application form and describe what your local and unique offerings are that will compliment the French Broad River Paddle Trail and facilitate enjoyment and safety for visitors and residents to our watershed. This is the initial application form; additional information may be requested prior to submission and placement on the map.
The French Broad River Paddle Trail
The French Broad Paddle Trail is a recreational water craft trail from the Headwaters of the French Broad River in Rosman, North Carolina that winds 117 miles to the state line where it connects the Tennessee French Broad River Blueway. There are campsites approximately every 8-10 miles on the banks of the river along the trail, available for public use. There are a variety of lodging, restaurants, trails, and other visitor opportunities along the way.
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