Guyandotte River Trail


By Owen Wells - [email protected]



On July 23, Dave Stover, Wyoming County Circuit Court clerk, put a kayak into the Guyandotte River at Gilbert, W.Va. and travelled around 26 miles to the city of Logan.


Stover made his July 23 sojourn on the Guyandotte River to raise awareness for a meeting of the Guyandotte River Trail Alliance which hopes to increase boating access and infrastructure on the Guyandotte River.


At the end of his journey, Stover landed near the McDonalds restaurant at Logan. “It was a good trip as far as the water goes. I saw blue herons everywhere,” said Stover.


The Guyandotte River Tail Alliance hopes to install several more boat ramps onto the Guyandotte River to increase use of the river for tourism purposes. The group hopes to provide signage along the river explaining to kayakers and other people on the river about places to eat and stay along the river.


On July 23, Dave Stover, Wyoming County Circuit Court clerk, put a kayak into the Guyandotte River at Gilbert, W.Va. and travelled around 26 miles to the city of Logan.

Stover made his July 23 sojourn on the Guyandotte River to raise awareness for a meeting of the Guyandotte River Trail Alliance which hopes to increase boating access and infrastructure on the Guyandotte River.

At the end of his journey, Stover landed near the McDonalds restaurant at Logan. “It was a good trip as far as the water goes. I saw blue herons everywhere,” said Stover.

Stover made his July 23 sojourn on the Guyandotte River to raise awareness for a meeting of the Guyandotte River Trail Alliance which hopes to increase boating access and infrastructure on the Guyandotte River.

On July 23, Dave Stover, Wyoming County Circuit Court clerk, put a kayak into the Guyandotte River at Gilbert, W.Va. and travelled around 26 miles to the city of Logan.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_IMG_1294-CMYK.jpgOn July 23, Dave Stover, Wyoming County Circuit Court clerk, put a kayak into the Guyandotte River at Gilbert, W.Va. and travelled around 26 miles to the city of Logan.

Stover made his July 23 sojourn on the Guyandotte River to raise awareness for a meeting of the Guyandotte River Trail Alliance which hopes to increase boating access and infrastructure on the Guyandotte River.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_kayak-1-CMYK.jpgStover made his July 23 sojourn on the Guyandotte River to raise awareness for a meeting of the Guyandotte River Trail Alliance which hopes to increase boating access and infrastructure on the Guyandotte River.

At the end of his journey, Stover landed near the McDonalds restaurant at Logan. “It was a good trip as far as the water goes. I saw blue herons everywhere,” said Stover.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_kayak-2-CMYK.jpgAt the end of his journey, Stover landed near the McDonalds restaurant at Logan. “It was a good trip as far as the water goes. I saw blue herons everywhere,” said Stover.

The Guyandotte River Tail Alliance hopes to install several more boat ramps onto the Guyandotte River to increase use of the river for tourism purposes. The group hopes to provide signage along the river explaining to kayakers and other people on the river about places to eat and stay along the river.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_kayak-3-CMYK.jpgThe Guyandotte River Tail Alliance hopes to install several more boat ramps onto the Guyandotte River to increase use of the river for tourism purposes. The group hopes to provide signage along the river explaining to kayakers and other people on the river about places to eat and stay along the river.

By Owen Wells

[email protected]

Owen Wells is a reporter for Civitas Media. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 ext. 1729 or by email at [email protected]

Owen Wells is a reporter for Civitas Media. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 ext. 1729 or by email at [email protected]

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