About Rusty Oar Our most popular trip; check-in/park at our River Ave livery, depart via shuttle/bus to the drop-in UP RIVER at our Rusty Oar property for a 2-3 hour canoe or kayak ride.
White River Canoe Company welcomed a new sister company, Koteewi Run Seasonal Slopes, in December 2017 when OEI, in partnership with Hamilton County Parks & Recreation, opened the snow tubing park at Strawtown Koteewi Park.
Strawtown Koteewi Park is the largest and most scenic park in Hamilton County, Indiana! The park encompasses more than 800 acres, offers eight miles of multi-use trails and stretches along three miles of the White River. The park is comprised of woodlands, wetlands, natural prairie, a 20-acre lake, and is home to a large and diverse wildlife population. Blending into the natural beauty of the park are organized adventures in tree top trails and zip lines, snow sports, archery, and horseback riding. The Taylor Center of Natural History provides tours and artifacts to help you understand the quite long and interesting history of the Strawtown Koteewi area that dates to the end of the last Ice Age. With so much to see and do at SKP, you might consider packing the tent or pulling the camper to White River Campground just across the river, where you can set up base camp and hike or bike into the park via two restored historic bridges.
Koteewi Run Seasonal Slopes – a winter time snow tubing operation run by OEI, which is the parent company of both White River Canoe Co. and Koteewi Run Seasonal Slopes.
KTrails Equestrian Adventures – enjoy Strawtown Koteewi Park on horseback.
Aerial Adventures – tree top trails and zip lines.
Koteewi Range Sport & Target Archery Center – world class archery facility.
White River Campground – Located on the west bank of the White River across from Strawtown Koteewi Park, the campground has 106 modern and primitive campsites with quiet spots for fishing, boating and relaxation and foot bridge access to 8 miles of trails and the many adventures available at Strawtown Koteewi Park.
We pick up at the shelter at White River Campground around the bottom of the hour and shuttle UP River to Lafayette Trace Park for a 6 mile / 2-3 hour paddle back down to the Campground.
A White River Campground Reservation is Required for this Trip.