Canoe & Kayak Swamp Tours, Educational Outings, Moonlight Paddles™ and more
3 Hour Kayak and Canoe TourLimited seats available, small tour size
Next Moonlight PaddleApril 8th on Cane Bayou in Mandeville
We may offer kayak swamp tours but we are not just a tour company.
For over 40 years our swamp tours have helped guest make memories that last a lifetime. With paddles and land outings designed for visitors, residents, birders, youth groups and schools let us plan your adventure today.
Loved by both residents and visitors since 1972. Canoe and Trail has offered canoe and kayak swamp tours, educational outings for schools and youth groups, Moonlight Paddles and Twilight Paddle Tours seasonally, and other wilderness experiences all within a short distance of New Orleans, Louisiana. Our guides are experienced passionate outdoor enthusiast. Canoe and Trail is a locally owned family business operated by a father and son team. We are eager to share the beauty of the Louisiana swamps and bayous with all adventurers both expert and novice. Join us and enjoy a day in the Louisiana outdoors canoeing, kayaking, birding or hiking through the swamps, wetlands, and rivers surrounding New Orleans. Transportation is available on only our Daily Canoe and Kayak Swamp Tours.
We are locally owned and locally operated. We get our snacks from local companies, like Abita Springs, and get our supplies from locally owned Massey’s Outfitters.
We have you covered. We provide all paddling equipment, lifevest PLUS waterproof cases for phones, for no additional fee.
We are low-impact and aren’t burning gasoline on the water. We never feed, approach, or handle the wildlife.
Our Moonlight Paddles are one of our most popular events for locals in the New Orleans area. Here is a list of the dates for our Moonlight Paddles coming up this year: Feburary 4: Manchac Swamp March 11: Cane Bayou April 8: Cane Bayou May 6: Cane Bayou June 3:...read more
January 2017 Thu 13th Planting of bald cypress seedlings in the Lake Maurepas area. Volunteer with Coalition for the Restoration of Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) and or Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation...read more
Here in South Louisiana, our winter has not been too cold. We had a cold snap but mostly it's been a mild winter. Since it has not been too cold, the wildlife has been out and about. Our kayak and canoe trips have been seeing a good bit of wild life on our swamp...read more