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Paddle MO 2017

Posted in: Spotlight- Mar 29, 2017 No Comments

Paddle Mo 2017

We are gearing up for this year’s 100 mile 5 day paddle down the Missouri River and hope you can join us!  This year’s event will start at Hermann and conclude 1 mile past the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.  The Paddle Mo event is a unique opportunity to explore North America’s longest river!!  This event will visit historic river towns, savor food and drink from the Missouri River Valley, offer a rare chance to immerse yourself in river life for 5 days, and have opportunities to visit with scientific and historical experts along the way.  This excursion is not a race…. but designed to give participants the opportunity to truly connect with one of Missouri’s greatest natural resources.


  • Experience the wild beauty of North America’s longest river
  • Explore, Enjoy, Relax-this is not a race
  • Visit historic river towns and savor food produced locally
  • Nightly camping in picturesque surroundings
  • Visit with historical and scientific experts on the river
  • Companionship and camaraderie with fellow paddlers
  • 100% of funds raised support Missouri waterways

Bring your boat and camping gear and we will take care of the rest. If you don’t have a boat we can help you find one, don’t want to camp we have B&B options!! Here are some answers that may help ready your boat and wet your paddles.

When does the event start?

Registration and shuttles will occur on during the afternoon and evening of September 22. Paddling will occur on September 23–27.

What does my registration fee include?

Your Paddle MO registration fee is all inclusive for 5 days and includes a journal with maps and river descriptions, T-shirt, boat decal, camping with facilities, daily transportation, meals, entertainment, activities, educational opportunities, insurance, and special swag from our sponsors.

Want to join just for the weekend?

We’ve got you covered. We offer a Paddle Lite option that allows you to join for the Saturday and Sunday portion of the trip.


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