Bryson City, North Carolina: Kayak Ranch

The kayakers of western North Carolina have their own version of Cadillac Ranch, with a row of colorful kayaks buried nose down next to the highway.

Address:
60 Almond School Rd, Bryson City, NC
Directions:
On the north side of US Hwy 19/74, about a mile east of the bridge across the Little Tennessee River.
Admission:
Free
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Kayak Ranch.

Kayak Ranch

Like the Cadillac Ranch with its half-buried cars, Kayak Ranch is for western North Carolina kayakers. The colorful array of kayaks is at the edge of the Southwestern Community College campus in Bryson City, on the side of US Highway 19/74. You don't have to go off the beaten path to find this festive display.

[Diana C, 10/10/2015]

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