Canoeing Down the River
The easy waters of the Rivers of America are home to a variety of watercraft. The mighty Mark Twain and the iconic S.S. Columbia are the two big ships that traverse these waters, but there are other, smaller vessels that cut through as well. The most manual-powered of all of them is Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes. Requiring guests to literally paddle, this attraction is a fun group activity and a nice, low-angle way to explore the Rivers of America. It offers a much more intimate ambiance between the banks that surround Tom Sawyer's Island, and it remains a classic and popular Disneyland attraction!
|Rounding the front of Tom Sawyer Island.|
|A canoe chases after the Mark Twain.|
|Guests push the oars through the water.|
|And they're granted occasional rest periods.|
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