23.5 miles, variety of fish species, from Green River Lake Dam to Greensburg, several put-ins/take-outs,
The Green River is the longest flowing river located entirely within the state borders. While the portion that travels through Mammoth Cave National Park gets plenty of attention, paddlers and anglers should not overlook the upper section. The twentythree and a half miles from the dam at Green River Lake to Greensburg, Kentucky, make for a great multiday float and fish trip. There are enough shoals and riffles to keep the paddling interesting, but easy enough for a whole family to enjoy as well. There are stretches of deeper, calmer water as well. The first float is twelve and a half miles beginning at the Tailwater Recreation Area below the dam, and ending at Roachville Ford. There is a six and a half mile trip from Roachville Ford to to Ralph Vaughn Road on the edge of Greensburg. The final leg of this stretch of river goes from the edge of town into Greensburg near the Green River Paddle Trail facility. These folks can provide you with primitive cabins, good ramps and parking, and boat rentals. The Upper Green River is a freat place to target smallmouth bass, especially in the latter two sections. Crappie are an often over looked fishery in this river, but can produce some good days.