Want to canoe or learn to canoe?  Join us for a leisurely paddle along the Collins River. 


Rock Island State Park is located in the convergence of the Collins and Caney Fork Rivers.  It has a 19th century textile mill and one of Tennessee's early hydroelectric plants.  The Falls are formed by water from the Collins River being forced out of the bluff caves.  We will hike to the beautiful twin waterfalls in the park.  Watch as kayaks practice on the falls and whitewater. 


After a day spent canoeing, swimming, and hiking just relax in the quaint Farmhouse by the river while the Wilderness Foxes fix up a delicious dinner. 


This trip is rated for beginner paddlers.  Bring your camera because the entire trip will be full of photo opportunities.


A detail schedule will be sent to registrants.  For questions call 615-443-3371 or email wildernessfoxes@yahoo.com .


Rock Island Canoeing

Twin Falls


Hiking and Canoeing trips for women over 40

   Wilderness Foxes