Kayaking Płonia River

Plonia River - kayak trail in Szczecin

The Płonia River is compared by canoeists to the Drawa River. Apart from the huge Lake Miedwie, through which Plonia river flows, on the route of canoeing trail you can see many interesting tourist attractions, watermills and admire the beautiful nature surrounding the river up to its estuary in Lake Dabie.
The best time to kayak down the Plonia River is early spring and early summer when the crystal clear water and lush greenery surrounding its banks gives it incredible charm and beauty. 

Stages, one-day canoeing routes on the Płonia River:

  • Zelewo - Jezierzyce - 10 km, time of paddling about 3-4 hours.
  • Kolbacz - Jezierzyce - 6 km, time of paddling about 2 h.
  • Kolbacz - Szczecin Dabie - 15 km, time of paddling about6-7 hours.
  • Jezierzyce - Szczecin Dabie - 9 km, time of paddling about 4-5 h.
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The most popular offer of canoeing trips down the Plonia River

One-day rafting on the Plonia River with transportation

Route Difficultis Lenght Duration Price per person
Jezierzyce-Szczecin Dąbie easy in some places difficult 11 km 3-4 h 50 PLN*

* with a group of at least 10 people

The route of the one-day kayaking trip down the Płonia River: Jezierzyce-Szczecin Dąbie 11 km

Two-person kayak rental price list 

Kayak rental time Price per kayak
over 6 days 35 PLN
5-6 days 40 PLN
3-4 days 45 PLN
1-2 days 50 PLN
waterproof case 
for phone, documents
10 PLN
Transportation of kayaks according to the table for individual rivers, and in
other cases at the rate
2,8 PLN per km

Table of kayak transportation costs

Destination Price
Jezierzyce  250 PLN
Szczecin Dabie 250 PLN
Kolbacz 290 PLN
Miedwie 290 PLN


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