Nickajack Bat Cave Sunset Kayak Tour

  • Fitness level : 1

    Relaxed

Every year on the Tennessee River at Nickajack Bat Cave and Wildlife Refuge, an estimated 100,000 endangered Grey bats roost from late April to early October. In April the Tennessee Valley Authority begins filling the Nickajack Reservoir to summer levels of water. In doing so it also fills the empty Nickajack Cave with warm water. The warm water of the river heats the temperature of the bat cave slightly, creating the ideal environment for bats to raise their young. Join us at sunset as we paddle kayaks over to watch these bats dramatically take flight each night in search of insects. Perfect for paddlers of any level, we'll bring all the necessary gear and go over kayaking basics before getting started.We hope you'll join us!

Gear provided by REI

  • Dry Bag
  • Group First Aid Kit - Contents include wound care items and over the counter medications for minor injuries and illnesses
  • Kayak
  • Lifejacket
  • Paddle
2

sessions available

  • Saturday

    Sep 26, 2020
    6:30pm–8:30pm

    from $65

    Limited spots left


    Nickajack Wildlife Refuge and Bat Cave TVA

  • Sunday

    Sep 27, 2020
    6:30pm–8:30pm

    from $65

    Limited spots left


    Nickajack Wildlife Refuge and Bat Cave TVA