How Many NFL Stadiums Can You Visit by Kayak Only?

Monday, 23 February 2015
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Did you know it's possible to navigate your way to every single NFL stadium in the US by kayak?

It's true. A couple of days ago Reddit user, /Bhockzer posted the routes to every single one. And while he did have to be "navigationally creative" for a couple, it's possible to paddle to your next big game even if it's via a storm creek.

Heinz Field via Google Maps

Here is part of the full post:

Take St. Lawrence Seaway to access the Atlantic Ocean from the Great Lakes. Be on the lookout for sea monsters, vikings, wayward Pilgrims, and Explorers.

  • Gillette Stadium (NE) > Neponset River > Atlantic Ocean
  • MetLife Stadium (Jets & Giants) > Upper Bay > Newark Bay > Hudson River > Atlantic Ocean
  • Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles) > Delaware River > Atlantic Ocean
  • M & T Bank Stadium (Bal.) > Chesapeake Bay > Atlantic Ocean
  • FedEx Field (Wash.) > Cattail Branch > Beaverdam Creek > Anacostia River > Potomac River > Atlantic Ocean
  • Everbank Field (Jax) > St. Johns River > Atlantic Ocean
  • SunLife Stadium (Miami) > Royal Glades Canal > Atlantic Ocean
  • Bank of America Stadium (Panthers) > Irwin Creek > Sugar Creek > Catawabe River > Fishing Creek Lake > Wateree Lake > Wateree River > Lake Marion > Lake Moultrie > Cooper River > Charleston Harbon > Atlantic Ocean
Photo credit: Heinz Field HDR | Flickr by Jacob Caddy Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic / CC BY-NC 2.0
David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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