Video: Rec Supervisor Cheryl Saam talks Ann Arbor’s famous Canoe Liveries

Video by Terry Jacoby

Saturday was a perfect day to spend on the Huron River. And Ann Arbor’s Canoe Liveries was the perfect way to spend the day on the Huron River.

Large crowds of folks in kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and tubes made their way from Argo to Gallup park, handling the fun rapids before enjoying a scenic cruise down the Huron River. The Ann Arbor Parks and Rec offer these incredible adventures, which includes the peaceful pond, calm river and the fun drops and pools of the Argo Cascades.

Trips from Argo to Gallup range in price from $21 to $72 and lasts about 1.5 miles covering 3.7 miles. Barton to Gallup lasts 2.5 hours covering almost six miles.

Check out the WLAA video interview with Cheryl Saam.

MORE INFORMATION ON THE CANOE LIVERIES

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