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    Black Hall Marina
    Route 156, Old Lyme, CT 06371. Phone: (860) 434-9680

    Black Hall Marina is located directly on the Connecticut River Estuary,
    Canoe and Kayak trail. The 500 acre, Great Island Wildlife Management area
    is right in our backyard. It’s the perfect place to spend the day on the water.
    Families can pack a picnic lunch and explore Griswold point, watch an Osprey
    dive for fish, and see some of the most beautiful scenery that Connecticut has
    to offer. Serious enthusiasts can take on the many miles of waterways,
    and tidal flats for a great workout, or to just “escape” civilization for awhile.
    Offers canoe and kayak rentals.

    Changing Tides PaddleCraft LLC.
    P.O. Box 3165, New Haven, CT 06515. Phone: (203) 903-5705.

    We are proud that our Instructors are trained and Certified by the American Canoe Association – the benchmark for paddling Instruction in North America. Together our staff span a broad range of paddling disciplines, bringing depth of experience and love of the outdoors to the art of building your paddling skills. Classes and Tours.

    Clarke Outdoors
    163 Route 7, West Cornwall, CT 06796. Phone: 860-672-6365.

    Paddle a ten mile section of the beautiful Housatonic River in Northwestern Connecticut. This section is a mixture of moving flatwater and easy whitewater and is suitable for novice paddlers. The famous Covered Bridge in West Cornwall marks the halfway point and lunch is available at several places there. You may also bring a picnic lunch (no glass bottles please!), and stop at one of the many scenic spots along the river.West Cornwall shop sells canoes, kayaks and gear, plus they rent canoes, kayaks, and rafts on the Housatonic River. Canoe, Kayak, Raft rentals. They also have rentals at 3 state parks in CT during the summer season.

    Collinsville Canoe & Kayak
    41 Bridge St. (Route 179), Collinsville, CT 06022. Phone 860-693-6977

    Collinsville Canoe & Kayak is a family owned business that’s been in the same location in Collinsville since 1990. Our building is the former Miner Lumber Company. We started out in a small section of the building but now encompass all 10,000 square feet! The Farmington River is our backyard! That allows us to offer rentals as well as test paddles. Plus it’s a nice place to take a break and have lunch watching the river flow by. Collinsville was voted one of Budget Travel’s 10 coolest towns in America.  Canoe,
    Kayak, Paddle Board sales and rental.

    Connecticut Outdoors
    20 Main Street (Route 73), Oakville, CT 06779. Phone: 860-274-6213

    Get out there!! We offer delivery of rental boats to favorite local Paddling spots, contact us for details.
    Kayak and canoe sales and rentals.

    Connecticut Sea Kayakers (ConnYak)
    PO Box 45, Norwalk, CT 06852.

    Welcome ConnYak is a not-for-profit club devoted to sea kayaking. Membership is open to all paddlers interested in sharing the diverse activities associated with this sport. Our Mission is to encourage and support recreational paddling opportunities within and outside Connecticut. We provide information on our website for:  education and safety, local launch sites in CT / RI / NY,  an Events calendar for  ConnYak events and other events of interest to kayakers.

    Connecticut Water Trails Association

    We’d like to welcome you to the official website for the Connecticut Water Trails Association – Water Trails Program. The best and most complete source for information on Connecticut’s Water Trails on the internet.

    Downunder Kayaking -Westport
    575 Riverside Ave, Westport CT 06880. Phone: (203) 956-6217

    Guided tours, lessons and rentals. Kayaks and Paddle Boards.

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    157 Rowayton Ave, Rowayton (Norwalk), CT 06853. Phone: (203) 642-3660.

    Guided tours, lessons and rentals. Kayaks and Paddle Boards.

    Fairfield Kayak Company
    Fairfield, CT. Phone: 203-255-5315

    Fairfield Kayak Company offers inexpensive kayak rentals and canoe rentals in Fairfield Connecticut by the 1/2 day, full day, weekend or week. No experience needed! Now in our 5th year. Experience the beauty of our Long Island Sound coastline, beaches, Ash Creek estuary, salt marshes, and paddle among sailing yachts in Black Rock or Southport Harbors. Great for company outings, family reunions, & birthdays! ** We operate from a  location in Fairfield 1.5 miles from launch sites: Approved roof racks needed. Not a store-front. Customer pick-up arranged by phone, address provided with reservation.)**

    Five Mile Outfitters
    99 Commerce Ave., Danielson, CT 06239. Phone: (860)779-2160.

    Kayak rentals, sales, events, demo days.

    Indian River Marina
    58 Commerce St., Clinton, CT 06413. Phone: (860) 664-3704.

    The marina is situated about 1/4 mile up the Indian River from Clinton Harbor where three rivers — the Hammonasset, Indian and Hammock — converge on their way to Long Island Sound. A variety of Perception™ brand tandem, day-touring, recreational and fishing kayaks, and Mad River ™ brand canoes are available for rental by the hour, or at half and full day rates.

    Kayak Adventure
    East Norwalk, CT 06885. Phone: 203-247-1390

    Sea kayak lessons, tours and rentals year-round on Long Island Sound. Based in East Norwalk minutes from the Long Island Sound.

    Sea Kayak Connecticut
    Greater Norwalk area, CT. Phone: 203-247-9186.

    We are a group of ACA certified instructors who call the western Long Island Sound and the southern Hudson River home. Eager to get on the water for just about any reason, we are passionate about paddling and teaching. There are few things we find more rewarding than working with our clients, seeing the Ah-Ha moments take hold, and watching them utilize their new found skill set. We are experienced at teaching those who haven’t spent very much time in kayaks and for those who have, we’re always excited to help them tackle some of the more advanced paddling maneuvers.
    Sea kayaking and stand-up paddling tours and instruction for the greater Norwalk area.

    Sound Kayakers Club
    Phone: 203-247-1390

    Welcome to Sound Kayakers, a club for sea kayakers from Connecticut and New York who paddle in Long Island Sound. We are an American Canoe Association (ACA) Paddle America Club, which gives our ACA members liability coverage for club events. Sound Kayakers organizes meetings & trips, rescue clinics, guest instruction with nationally recognized trainers, camping trips, and other events to develop the kayaking skills and seamanship of club members. We operate under the Common Adventure Model, with consensus/team decision-making on club trips.

    Connecticut AMC Whitewater (Connecticut's Appalachian Mountain Club)

    We sponsor day and weekend trips on lakes, flatwater rivers and coastal areas of Connecticut.
    We are instituting a sea kayak program with an emphasis on safety and paddling skills. All participants will be required to demonstrate basic safety skills before participating on club trips. Our leaders have participated in safety skills and leadership training.

    The Glass Kayak
    Haddam, CT Phone: 860-663-2398.

    Whether a novice or just need a refresher course ….Come join us…
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    Main Stream Kayaks & Canoes
    170 Main St., Route 44, New Hartford, CT 06057. Phone: (860) 693-6791

    Main Stream Canoes and Kayaks offers the outdoors’ enthusiast many ways to enjoy themselves!
    We rent canoes and kayaks, sell used canoes and kayaks, and offer several types of river trips for all levels of experience, providing you with gear, rides and instructions.

    Huck Finn Adventures
    21 Waterville Rd., Avon, CT 06001. Phone: (860) 693-0385.

    Huck Finn Adventures trips are perfect for novice paddlers and families. The three-hour flatwater trip on the Farmington River is slow-moving and the water is shallow. Stop for a picnic, jump off rope swings, or go for a swim. Whatever your pleasure, you will find a great adventure on this historic River. Rentals and guides for hire.

    Brownstone Exploration and Discovery Park
    161 Brownstone Ave., Portland, CT 06480. Phone: (866) 860-0208.

    Kayak rentals to explore on-site quarry.

    Fairfield County

    Connecticut Sea Kayakers (ConnYak)
    PO Box 45, Norwalk, CT 06852.

    Welcome ConnYak is a not-for-profit club devoted to sea kayaking. Membership is open to all paddlers interested in sharing the diverse activities associated with this sport. Our Mission is to encourage and support recreational paddling opportunities within and outside Connecticut. We provide information on our website for:  education and safety, local launch sites in CT / RI / NY,  an Events calendar for  ConnYak events and other events of interest to kayakers.

    Connecticut Water Trails Association

    We’d like to welcome you to the official website for the Connecticut Water Trails Association – Water Trails Program. The best and most complete source for information on Connecticut’s Water Trails on the internet.

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    575 Riverside Ave, Westport CT 06880. Phone: (203) 956-6217

    Guided tours, lessons and rentals. Kayaks and Paddle Boards.

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    157 Rowayton Ave, Rowayton (Norwalk), CT 06853. Phone: (203) 642-3660.

    Guided tours, lessons and rentals. Kayaks and Paddle Boards.

    Fairfield Kayak Company
    Fairfield, CT. Phone: 203-255-5315

    Fairfield Kayak Company offers inexpensive kayak rentals and canoe rentals in Fairfield Connecticut by the 1/2 day, full day, weekend or week. No experience needed! Now in our 5th year. Experience the beauty of our Long Island Sound coastline, beaches, Ash Creek estuary, salt marshes, and paddle among sailing yachts in Black Rock or Southport Harbors. Great for company outings, family reunions, & birthdays! ** We operate from a  location in Fairfield 1.5 miles from launch sites: Approved roof racks needed. Not a store-front. Customer pick-up arranged by phone, address provided with reservation.)**

    Kayak Adventure
    East Norwalk, CT 06885. Phone: 203-247-1390

    Sea kayak lessons, tours and rentals year-round on Long Island Sound. Based in East Norwalk minutes from the Long Island Sound.

    Sea Kayak Connecticut
    Greater Norwalk area, CT. Phone: 203-247-9186.

    We are a group of ACA certified instructors who call the western Long Island Sound and the southern Hudson River home. Eager to get on the water for just about any reason, we are passionate about paddling and teaching. There are few things we find more rewarding than working with our clients, seeing the Ah-Ha moments take hold, and watching them utilize their new found skill set. We are experienced at teaching those who haven’t spent very much time in kayaks and for those who have, we’re always excited to help them tackle some of the more advanced paddling maneuvers.
    Sea kayaking and stand-up paddling tours and instruction for the greater Norwalk area.

    Sound Kayakers Club
    Phone: 203-247-1390

    Welcome to Sound Kayakers, a club for sea kayakers from Connecticut and New York who paddle in Long Island Sound. We are an American Canoe Association (ACA) Paddle America Club, which gives our ACA members liability coverage for club events. Sound Kayakers organizes meetings & trips, rescue clinics, guest instruction with nationally recognized trainers, camping trips, and other events to develop the kayaking skills and seamanship of club members. We operate under the Common Adventure Model, with consensus/team decision-making on club trips.

    Connecticut AMC Whitewater (Connecticut's Appalachian Mountain Club)

    We sponsor day and weekend trips on lakes, flatwater rivers and coastal areas of Connecticut.
    We are instituting a sea kayak program with an emphasis on safety and paddling skills. All participants will be required to demonstrate basic safety skills before participating on club trips. Our leaders have participated in safety skills and leadership training.

    Hartford County

    Collinsville Canoe & Kayak
    41 Bridge St. (Route 179), Collinsville, CT 06022. Phone 860-693-6977

    Collinsville Canoe & Kayak is a family owned business that’s been in the same location in Collinsville since 1990. Our building is the former Miner Lumber Company. We started out in a small section of the building but now encompass all 10,000 square feet! The Farmington River is our backyard! That allows us to offer rentals as well as test paddles. Plus it’s a nice place to take a break and have lunch watching the river flow by. Collinsville was voted one of Budget Travel’s 10 coolest towns in America.  Canoe,
    Kayak, Paddle Board sales and rental.

    Huck Finn Adventures
    21 Waterville Rd., Avon, CT 06001. Phone: (860) 693-0385.

    Huck Finn Adventures trips are perfect for novice paddlers and families. The three-hour flatwater trip on the Farmington River is slow-moving and the water is shallow. Stop for a picnic, jump off rope swings, or go for a swim. Whatever your pleasure, you will find a great adventure on this historic River. Rentals and guides for hire.

    Litchfield County

    Clarke Outdoors
    163 Route 7, West Cornwall, CT 06796. Phone: 860-672-6365.

    Paddle a ten mile section of the beautiful Housatonic River in Northwestern Connecticut. This section is a mixture of moving flatwater and easy whitewater and is suitable for novice paddlers. The famous Covered Bridge in West Cornwall marks the halfway point and lunch is available at several places there. You may also bring a picnic lunch (no glass bottles please!), and stop at one of the many scenic spots along the river.West Cornwall shop sells canoes, kayaks and gear, plus they rent canoes, kayaks, and rafts on the Housatonic River. Canoe, Kayak, Raft rentals. They also have rentals at 3 state parks in CT during the summer season.

    Connecticut Outdoors
    20 Main Street (Route 73), Oakville, CT 06779. Phone: 860-274-6213

    Get out there!! We offer delivery of rental boats to favorite local Paddling spots, contact us for details.
    Kayak and canoe sales and rentals.

    Main Stream Kayaks & Canoes
    170 Main St., Route 44, New Hartford, CT 06057. Phone: (860) 693-6791

    Main Stream Canoes and Kayaks offers the outdoors’ enthusiast many ways to enjoy themselves!
    We rent canoes and kayaks, sell used canoes and kayaks, and offer several types of river trips for all levels of experience, providing you with gear, rides and instructions.

    Middlesex County

    Indian River Marina
    58 Commerce St., Clinton, CT 06413. Phone: (860) 664-3704.

    The marina is situated about 1/4 mile up the Indian River from Clinton Harbor where three rivers — the Hammonasset, Indian and Hammock — converge on their way to Long Island Sound. A variety of Perception™ brand tandem, day-touring, recreational and fishing kayaks, and Mad River ™ brand canoes are available for rental by the hour, or at half and full day rates.

    The Glass Kayak
    Haddam, CT Phone: 860-663-2398.

    Whether a novice or just need a refresher course ….Come join us…
    Kayak lessons.

    Brownstone Exploration and Discovery Park
    161 Brownstone Ave., Portland, CT 06480. Phone: (866) 860-0208.

    Kayak rentals to explore on-site quarry.

    New Haven County

    Changing Tides PaddleCraft LLC.
    P.O. Box 3165, New Haven, CT 06515. Phone: (203) 903-5705.

    We are proud that our Instructors are trained and Certified by the American Canoe Association – the benchmark for paddling Instruction in North America. Together our staff span a broad range of paddling disciplines, bringing depth of experience and love of the outdoors to the art of building your paddling skills. Classes and Tours.

    New London County

    Black Hall Marina
    Route 156, Old Lyme, CT 06371. Phone: (860) 434-9680

    Black Hall Marina is located directly on the Connecticut River Estuary,
    Canoe and Kayak trail. The 500 acre, Great Island Wildlife Management area
    is right in our backyard. It’s the perfect place to spend the day on the water.
    Families can pack a picnic lunch and explore Griswold point, watch an Osprey
    dive for fish, and see some of the most beautiful scenery that Connecticut has
    to offer. Serious enthusiasts can take on the many miles of waterways,
    and tidal flats for a great workout, or to just “escape” civilization for awhile.
    Offers canoe and kayak rentals.

    Windham County

    Five Mile Outfitters
    99 Commerce Ave., Danielson, CT 06239. Phone: (860)779-2160.

    Kayak rentals, sales, events, demo days.

    NJ

    Route 72 Waverunner – Kayak Rentals
    2390 East Bay Ave, Manahawkin, NJ Phone: (609) 361-7147.

    We provide kayak trips that are customized to your family or group. Whether you're looking for a relaxing afternoon on the Barnegat Bay, or a more adventurous trip that may include getting wet and cooled dow n from the days heat, we can assist you with the best routes and locations. Ou

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    Lakeview Docks
    7118 Park Boulevard, Wildwood Crest, NJ Phone: (609) 522-0471.

    A great place to go Kayaking in NJ! This is a place where the whole family can go and enjoy a fantastic day out on the water. There is SO much to do here, at a business that’s been established for more than half a century. Our Fishing/Crabbing boats hold up to 5 people. Our 40 HP boats hold up to 4-5 people. You can also hire speed boats, Carolina & Sundance Skiffs , wave runners and

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    Delaware River Tubing
    2998 Daniel Bray Hwy (Rt. 29) Frenchtown, NJ 08825 Phone: 1-866-Wet-Tube I 908-996-5386.

    Kayak and Canoe on the Delaware! Delaware River Tubing now offers Kayaking and Canoeing on the Delaware, along with a new river supply store for all the must have essentials.  Delaware River Tubing offers special group rates to camps, scouts, churches, and corporate outings for groups with 18 or more participants. Fundraisers and birthday parties available (One great memory, but a gift for all). Enjoy a scenic 2 to 4 hour tubing, rafting, kayaking, or canoeing trip on the Delaware River! Each rental includes an exclusive FREE BBQ meal at “The Famo

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    us River Hot Dog Man,” halfway on your river adventure next to a private island with picnic tables in the water! The 4 hour river adventure (including lunch) – starts at an unbelievable $19.62 per person on weekdays!! A great way to spend the day with the kids or relax with a loved one. This is the most reasonably priced one day adventure that we have found in all of New Jersey. Visit their website for more information and reservation information or call them directly at 908-996-5386. The best place to go kayaking, or canoeing in all of New Jersey!

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    Holgate H2O Sports
    83 Tebco Terrace, Long Beach, NJ Phone: (609) 492-1342.

    Located in Holgate on Long Beach Island (3 miles south of Fantasy Island). Our single person kayaks are Sit-On-Top Kayaks and they are good to paddle right from our Bay Front location or you can take them to the ocean. Our two person kayaks are Sit-On-Top Kayaks and they are good to paddle right from our Bay Front location or you can take them t

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    Micks Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental
    3107 Route 563 Chatsworth, NJ Phone: (609)726-1380. (Toll free 800-281-1380).

    Located in Beautiful Chatsworth, NJ. Come enjoy a fantastic adventure at Pine Barrens. Canoe through Wharton State Forest in the New

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    First Bridge Marina and Kayaks
    500 Great Bay Blvd Tuckerton,NJ Phone: 1-800-50kayak.

    Go fishing, Crabbing then Kayaking all in one great day Two hours to two-day trips, your Kayak or our Kayak. Be prepared for some of the most spectacular scenery and wildlife in Southern New Jersey. Visit our

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    SKS Ocean Ventures LLC
    149 South Riverside Drive, Neptune, NJ Phone (908)230-6818 or (908)499-2259.

    SKS Ocean Ventures offers awesome Ocean Kayaking™ fishing trips! The Kayaking trip will be performed as part of their Ocean Fishing Expeditions™ service out of (Shark River Hills) Neptune, New Jersey.  High performance Cobra Kayaks will be a

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    Bay Cats On the Bay
    316 Bay Ave., Ocean City, NJ Phone: (609)391-7960.

    Kayak Rentals and sailing lessons on the Ocean. Explore and discover with guided nature tours. Find it all at their terrific website by clicking on the link above.

    Mohawk Canoe & Livery
    Squankum-Yellowbrook Rd Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732)938-7755.

    They rent canoes and kayaks for use on the scenic Manasquan River, from their site on the river in Farmingdale, NJ. Their trips run through Allaire State Park, Wildlife Management Areas, rolling hills, and finally, a salt marsh estuary.

    Hackensack Riverkeeper
    231 Main St. Hackensack, NJ Phone: (201)968-0808.

    Open every weekend April through the end of October, weather permitting. Hours of operation are from 9 AM until 6 PM. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Group activities are also available; call 201-968-0808 to inquire. CANOE RATES (per day): $25 per paddler (17 years and up) / $10 per passenger. Up to three adults, or two adults with one or two children is a comfortable fit and there must be at least two adult paddlers in each canoe. KAYAK RATES (per day): $25 per paddler (15 years and older) / no passengers We have solo and tandem kayaks. NO solo paddling is permitted so if you want to paddle a solo kayak, bring a buddy for a second boat.

    Row Your Boat Rentals Swartswood Lake State Park
    Swartswood, NJ Phone: (973)383-4200.

    Row your Boat rentals has all of the following for rent: Rowboats, Canoes, Kayaks, Peddle Boats, Sailboats: Sailcats and Sunfish. They also offer overnight camper’s rates.

    Bel Haven Paddlesports
    1227 Route 542 Green Bank, NJ 08215. Phone: (609) 965-2205, 1-800-445-0953.

    Take the little ones camping then take them and on the river for some tubing or canoeing in beautiful Green Bank NJ

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    483 Alexander St.,Princeton, NJ 08540. Phone: (609) 452-2403.

    Located just 1/2 of a mile off of Route 1 and only a 10 minute walk from Princeton’s Dinky Train Station.  It provides easy access to a number of local waterways.  From our dock at Princeton Turning Basin Park, paddle directly to the D&R Canal.  A short portage brings you to the Stoney Brook and Lake Carnegie.  The adjacent park has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding paths.  Princeton’s many restaurants and attractions help make a visit to Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental an ideal day trip!

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    1076 Canal Rd., Griggstown ,NJ 08540. Phone: (908) 359-5970.

    The D&R Canal was built in the 1830’s to transport goods and materials between New York and Pennsylvania.  Today, the canal is used primarily for water supply and recreation.  Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental is located halfway between the 34 mile Trenton to New Brunswick stretch.  Its the perfect location to enjoy the beauty of this once busy waterway.  With only a slight current, its great for beginners and families.  The more adventurous can try one of our Millstone River D&R Canal Loops.

    Cedar Creek Canoe and Kayak Rentals
    1052 Atlantic City Blvd., Bayville, NJ 08721. Phone: (732) 269-1413.

    From its headwaters in Greenwood Forest Management Area to its mouth at Barnegat Bay, Cedar Creek provides the water required for cranberry culture and supplies a pure source of water for wildlife. The creek is an excellent stream for canoeing and kayaking. Adjacent bogs and uplands provide examples of plants characteristic to the Pine Barrens. As with most Pine Barrens streams, the water of Cedar Creek is “tea colored” because of tannic acid from the roots of the cedars lining the river banks.  Almost 89% of the Cedar Creek drainage area is forested land.  Habitats of this waterway, typical to the Pine Barrens, include Atlantic white cedar swamps, bogs (including cranberry bogs), pine and oak forests, and coastal salt marshes.  Unique plant species such as the pitcher plant can be found in this beautiful subwatershed.

    Wading Pines Camping Resort
    85 Godfrey Bridge Rd., Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609) 726-1313.

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    13th St., Beach Haven, NJ Phone (609) 492-6522.

    Adam's Canoe Rentals
    1005 Atsion Lake, Shamong NJ 08088. Phone: (609)268-0189.

    Canoeing the Batsto & Mullica Rivers in the Jersey Pines Whether it be a day trip or an overnight trip, or for just two people or a whole scout troop, we at Adams Canoe Rental are ready to help you plan your trip.

    Al and Sam's Canoe and Boat Rentals
    1940 Coles Mill Rd., Franklinville, NJ 08322. Phone: ?

    Due to the tough economic times, Al and Sam’s has not increased rental costs for over 4 years. We feel family fun should be affordable for all. Al and Sam’s offers a variety of rental opportunities. Paddle out of our beautiful Parvin State Park location, pick up a kayak / canoe for the day or paddle the wild & scenic Maurice River. We’ll drop you and your party off and pick you up at a predetermined location down the river. We offer 3 different pick up points you may choose from determined by the amount of time / distance you would like to paddle and your paddling experience. (Special trip arrangements can be made.)

    Aqua Trails
    1600 Delaware Ave., Cape May, NJ 08204. Phone: (609)884-5600.

    Aqua Trails is a company, based in Cape May, NJ, established to provide kayak nature tours. The “mainstream” tours run from mid-June to September and explore the salt marshes inland from Cape May. Jeff and Tracey Martin are the proprietors and active participants in the enterprise. Both Jeff and Tracey take their turns, along with a few other experienced guides, in leading kayak tours in the wetlands. We are proud to be in our 16th summer season; Jeff has been involved in 15 of those years.
    In addition to the regularly scheduled kayak tours in the wetlands, Aqua Trails offers full moon and sunset tours, kayak camps, and road trips.

    Barnegat Bay Kayak and Sail
    70 Rosehill Rd., Barnegat, NJ 08005. Phone: (609) 698-1748.

    Barnegat Bay Kayak and Sail is located along Double Creek, a tributary flowing into the west side of Barnegat Bay adjacent to a national wildlife refuge. The refuge offers protected waters and ideal flat water paddling conditions through salt marsh channels and ponds. The open waters of Barnegat Bay are just a short paddle from our launching area. Although the bay is tidal, the mean range of the tide on the western side of the bay is about 0.5 feet. This small tidal difference develops only weak tidal currents, thus making paddling easy no matter the course. The bay, with a mean depth of about 5 feet warms quickly despite the ocean temperature, and unlike the Chesapeake and Rehobeth Bays, there are no stinging sea nettles in our waters.

    Clinton Canoe & Kayak Company
    49 Main St., Clinton NJ 08809. Phone: (908)735-6767.

    Canoe & kayak sales and rentals featuring quality boats from Old Town Canoe & Ocean Kayak. A family run business that specializes in customer satisfaction. Located in Clinton, NJ. At the waterfall on the South Branch Raritan River. Open 7 days a week.

    Cranford Canoe Club
    250 Springfield Ave.,Cranford NJ 07016. Phone: (908)709-7285.

    We’re very excited to be here for another season. Weather permitting, we will be open every day for rentals. Our outdoor Grill is only open on the Weekends. But, never fear we still serve the Best Hot Dogs on the river.

    Delaware River Rafting & Campground
    100 Rt 46, Delaware NJ 07833. Phone: (908)475-1006.

    Delaware River Family Campground is an ideal resort setting for a memorable family vacation. We invite you and your family to experience the wonderful outdoors in the breathtaking Delaware River Water Gap area. Whether you take to the river in a raft, canoe or tube; hike the Appalachian Trail; or relax around the Resort, there is something for everyone to enjoy. It’s a great escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

    Hopatcong Boathouse
    156 Rt 181, Hopatcong, NJ 07849. Phone: (973)663-7990.

    Island Kayak Company
    1116 Stone Harbor Blvd., Stone Harbor NJ 08247. Phone: (609)368-5557.

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    58 Edwina Court, Dayton NJ 08810.

    Kayak East
    PO Box 77, Columbia NJ 07832. Phone: (866)529-2532.

    Expert instruction from ACA Certified kayak instructors with over 10 years experience. Guided kayak and eco-tour trips for all levels, beginner to expert. No experience needed to get started.
    Check out our Calendar for a complete listing of classes and tours and don’t miss out on the fun.

    Kayak King
    PO Box 17, New Gretna NJ 08224. Phone: (609)296-8002.

    Lazy River Outpost
    4 Union Square, Phillipsburg,NJ Phone: (908)213-9100.

    Whether you are looking for a safe, kid-friendly float trip in one of our professional quality river rafts or Coast Guard approved tubes, or a scenic weekend canoe trip down a quiet reach of the middle Delaware, or even the independence and maneuverability of one of our sit-on-top or sit-inside kayaks, the Lazy River Outpost has everything you need. Feel free to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy on any of the miles of empty beach along the Delaware River. Don’t feel like cooking? You can purchase what you need at either our Drive-In luncheonette or Pizzeria on premises. Call in advance for special orders and groups.

    New Egypt Recreation Oasis
    27 Main St., New Egypt NJ 08533. Phone: (609)758-0883.

    New Egypt Recreation Oasis Canoe, Kayak & Paddleboat Rentals on Oakford Lake, New Egypt, NJ.
    Open 7 Days A Week 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Go fishing, canoe up the lake, or just paddle around.
    Rentals available daily and weekends . Off-Site Rentals Available. For Information call 609-758-0883
    or just show up.

    New Jersey Kayak
    409 East Bay Ave., Barnegat, NJ 08005. Phone: (609) 698- 4440.

    NJ Kayak is centrally located along the NJ coastline, the Pinelands National Reserve (Pine Barrens), beautiful Long Beach Island (LBI) beaches and the NJ Heritage Trail. Offers kayak rentals and tours through the 40,000 acre Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. Open weekends through April & May…Daily Memorial Day till Labor Day..weekends end of October.Only 3 miles from NJ GSP exit 67.

    Paddle Shack
    5045 Mays Landing-Somers Point Rd., Mays Landing NJ 08330. Phone: (609)909-5250.

    Pick-Up and Paddle: Our most popular rental method. Choose the kayak you would like to paddle, take it with you on your own vehicle to the paddling location of your choice. Foam blocks and straps are available for securing kayaks to vehicles without roof racks. Meet Me at the Water: For those who would like to have us transport private &/or rental kayaks to and from selected paddling locations, we offer a transport service. Please contact the Shack for current price schedule. Pre-booking kayak transportation is strongly suggested.

    Palace Outfitters
    6924 Blackhorse Pike, Weymouth, NJ 08330. Phone: (609) 625-8552.

    The unique aspect of Palace Outfitter’s is the fact that we offer wild scenic river touring as well as a dining experience! We offer Canoeing, Kayaking, and Tubing. Here you can view our equipment and equipment specifications. You will start your journey at Palace Restaurant & Outfitter’s. We will set you up, take you to your starting point, help you enter the river to begin your journey. By floating down a narrow tree-line river. With water depths varying from 1 foot to about 17 feet. We will take children as young as 5 years of age provided that there is one adult for each child under the age of 10.

    Pedals N Paddles
    Rt. 35 South, Seaside Heights NJ Phone: (732) 830-5757.

    Water Trikes – Steer with the front wheel and pedal with the rear wheels. The three large buoyant wheels support even the heaviest load. You can fit up to 2 adults and 1 child on these.
    Water Bikes – It’s like riding an exercise bike on the water. The HydroBike achieves incredible “human-powered” speed with its “state-of-the-art” propeller and impulsion system.  These bikes are for 1 person. Kayaks – Our kayaks are Sit-On-Top Kayaks and they are good to paddle right from our Bay Front location or you can take them to the ocean. We also offer delivery if you give us advanced notice.
    Stand-Up Paddle Boarding – Our Stand-Up Paddle Boards are 12 feet long and come with a canoe like paddle They are the latest exercise hype for people who enjoy the water. It is a greatl way to get out on the water and get a workout while having some fun. Pedal Boats – Our pedal-boat rentals have room for 2 peddlers and 2 passengers.

    Phillipsburg River Outpost
    4 Union Square, Phillipsburg NJ 08865. Phone: (908)213-9100.

    We offer adventurous river fun! Enjoy the outdoors on our kayak, canoe, rafting, or tubing trips. Phillipsburg River Outpost offers clinics in the summers and cookouts on the beach. Free transportation is available to the drop site. Group and custom trips available (group discounts offered).

    Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rentals
    3260 Route 563,Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609)726-1515.

    Day and overnight canoe and kayak rentals on the Wading and Oswego Rivers through the Wharton State Forest in the Pinelands.

    Pineland Canoes
    26 Whitesville Rd., Jackson NJ 08527. Phone: (908)364-0389.

    Reel Therapy
    9 Williamsburg Dr., Tinton Falls NJ 07753.

    A perfect introduction to recreational kayaking. Come explore with us as we guide you along local flat waters in Monmouth, Middlesex, Mercer and Ocean counties. Reel Therapy’s eco-adventures are perfect for beginners and the majority of our clients have never done anything like this before. Never a crowd, always excellent service with an emphasis on the natural environment. We use recreational style kayaks which have a large, non confining cockpit with ergonomically adjustable seating, complete with a beverage holder! These kayaks are safe, and stable for your comfort during your journey through calm waters. Sit on top or sit inside, we offer both solo or tandem kayaks and provide you with safety and group paddle instruction before we push off. Our fleet is trailered to the chosen destination for your trip. Gather your friends together and have some fun!

    Schuylkill Outfitters Sea & Surf Centers
    501 Ocean Dr., North Wildwood NJ 08260. Phone: 609-522-6568.

    Harbor Outfitters
    354 96th St., Stone Harbor NJ 08247. Phone: (609)368-5501.

    Harbor Outfitters wants you to do more than just see the New Jersey shores…we want you to experience them. Venture into the NJ marshes and bays on one of our kayak tours, splash and catch waves during a private stand up paddle board lesson, or get wet in the ocean while kayaking or paddle boarding. We even offer bike rentals and electric car rentals so you can zoom around town in style.
    Also has locations in Ocean City at 109 34th St. and several locations in Sea Isle City.  See website for more information.

    T & W Rental
    Box 1796 Rd 1, Columbia, NJ 07832. Phone: (908) 475-4608.

    Triple T Canoes
    1800 Double Trouble Rd., Beachwood NJ, 08722. Phone: (732) 349-9510.

    Ted wants you to have a great time and feel right at home in Triple “T” Canoe’s new location, only moments from Double Trouble State Park! Enjoy Nature at its finest as you paddle along Cedar Creek in this beautiful state park. You can swim, bird watch, picnic and photograph to your heart’s content.

    Wigwam Creek Canoe & Kayak
    839 E Motts Creek Rd., Absecon NJ 08205.

    Winding River Campground
    6752 Weymouth Rd., Mays Landing NJ 08330. Phone: (609)625-3191.

    There is nothing better than canoeing, kayaking or tubing at Winding River, where you can enjoy a fine campsite or cabin at the end of the day, along with all of the campground’s fine amenities … including a heated swimming pool. Winding River offers a choice of 2, 3, 5 or 6 hour self-guided trips, with daily departures from 9:00AM to 3:00PM, seven days a week. If you need equipment, we rent canoes, kayaks and tubes, as well as providing convenient transportation. Spend a day exploring the untold beauty of the Egg Harbor River and the peaceful surrounding forests, for a recreational experience that your entire family will enjoy and long remember!

    Bel Haven Canoes
    1227 Route 542 Green Bank, NJ 08215. Phone: 1-800-445-0953 609-965-2205

    Staying true to the initial intention where folks could spend time experiencing …the splendor of our environment, the sacredness of our rivers, and the serenity of paddling… our business philosophy has expanded but not changed. Now, 58 years later, we are still family owned and operated.  Canoes have lined up alongside kayaks, rental trips have become more like mini explorations and the demand for sales & service has made BHP a premiere regional paddling center in the Mid Atlantic.  Today, the Bel Haven Lake and Marina answers the quest for the paddling enthusiast with our year round test paddling promise! Canoe, Kayak & Tubing rentals and sales

    Canal Side Boat & Kayak Rental
    1710 Delaware Ave., North Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: (609) 522-7676.

    Originally Ed’s Canal Pavilion, Canal Side Boat Rentals has been renting crab and fishing boats for over 60 continuous years. Recently we have expanded into one and two person kayak rentals. We also offer a full range of fishing supplies including live bait, ice and tackle. Live blue crabs are also sold onsite from our custom made live storage unit. Our canal side facility is easily accessible from Route 47 Rio Grande Avenue in the heart of North Wildwood.

    Clark's Canoe Rentals
    201 Hanover Street Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: (609) 894-4448.

    Crosswick's Creek Park
    Wainford Rd., Upper Freehold, NJ Phone: (609) 259-6275.

    Crosswick”s Creek is a popular spot for hiking, canoeing and fishing, with access provided at three small parking areas: see website for more info and directions. Most of the Crosswicks Creek Greenway forms a narrow corridor of land around Crosswicks Creek. Another 2,700 acres of surrounding farmland is preserved by the county and state Farmland Preservation Program. Crosswicks Creek begins near Fort Dix in Burlington County, travels up the northeast corner of Ocean County, meanders 7 miles in Monmouth County, becomes the dividing line between Burlington and Mercer Counties and finally empties into the Delaware River. No rentals- just launch areas.

    Griggstown Canoe Rentals
    1076 Canal Rd., Griggstown, NJ 08540. Phone: (908) 359-5970.

    The D&R Canal was built in the 1830’s to transport goods and materials between New York and Pennsylvania.  Today, the canal is used primarily for water supply and recreation.  Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental is located halfway between the 34 mile Trenton to New Brunswick stretch.  Its the perfect location to enjoy the beauty of this once busy waterway.  With only a slight current, its great for beginners and families.  The more adventurous can try one of our Millstone River D&R Canal Loops.
    Whether you paddle for an hour or all day, we have canoes and a variety of kayaks to fit everyone.  The D&R Canal State Park, adjacent to the Canoe Rental, has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding trails.

    Jersey Paddler
    1756 New Jersey State Rt. 88, Brick, NJ 08724. Phone: (732) 458-5777.

    Paddle around New Jersey’s bays, rivers and lakes in these kayaking tours. Bring your own day-touring or sea kayak or use one of our decked kayaks (generally less suitable for sit-on-top kayaks). Easy, intermediate, and challenging tours available.

    Lake Shenandoah County Park
    660 Ocean Ave. & 300 New Hampshire Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: 1-877-627-2757

    Tall oaks and pines surround the gorgeous 100-acre Lake Shenandoah, which is the focal point of this park. Trout-stocked waters, accessible fishing piers and an on-site bait-and-tackle shop with boat rentals make this spot perfect for freshwater fishing, from land or water.

    Manasquan Reservoir
    311 Windeler Road, Howell 07731. Phone: 732-919-0996.

    The Manasquan Reservoir is a source of water for municipalities and utilities. The Reservoir is also a natural setting for recreational activities and outdoor pursuits. The 770-acre Reservoir is part of a larger 1,204 acre site that include woods and wetlands, a 5-mile perimeter trail, fishing and boating areas, and a Visitor Center. There is also an Environmental Center. Rowboat and kayak rentals.

    Mohawk Canoe & Livery
    Squankum Yellowbrook Rd, Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: 732-938-7755.

    They offer trips of two different trip lengths on the Upper Manasquan River. Our one hour trip, a good choice for paddlers with small children. The three and a half hour trip is more scenic and challenging. They also rent Ocean Kayaks that can be paddled in the ocean. Delivery available. They are open weekends through late June at 9am and 7 days a week beginning late June at 10am.

    Pic-A-Lilli Canoe Rental
    Lake Rd., Vincentown, NJ 08088. Phone: (609) 268-9831 or (609) 268-1236.

    Princeton Canoe Rental
    483 Alexander St.,Princeton, NJ 08540. Phone: 609 452-2403.

    Located just 1/2 of a mile off of Route 1 and only a 10 minute walk from Princeton’s Dinky Train Station.  It provides easy access to a number of local waterways.  From our dock at Princeton Turning Basin Park, paddle directly to the D&R Canal.  A short portage brings you to the Stoney Brook and Lake Carnegie.  The adjacent park has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding paths.  Princeton’s many restaurants and attractions help make a visit to Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental an ideal day trip!

    Wading Pines Campground
    85 Godfrey Bridge Rd.,Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609) 726-1313.

    Take a trip down the scenic Wading River, and enjoy paddle sports at their best! Come and enjoy a gentle, calm water float trip! Wading Pines offers canoeing, kayaking and tubing for all ages and skill levels. Bring a cooler and picnic lunch along, then stop and enjoy the scenery on your trip … or stop for a swim on hot days. Enjoy safe and exciting family fun! (Management recommends children be 5 years and older to participate in river activities.) We supply the canoes, kayaks, paddles, life jackets and transportation.

    Allaire State Park
    4265 Atlantic Ave., Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732) 938-2371

    The Manasquan River flows eastward through the park offering scenic and tranquil setting for canoeists. Canoe rentals are available nearby.

    Parvin State Park
    Route 540 (Almond Road),Pittsgrove Township, NJ. Phone: (856) 358-8616.

    A public boat launch ramp is located at Fisherman’s Landing. The launch ramp is available from sunrise to sunset year round. Parvin Lake is electric motor only. From Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day, required permits can be purchased at the park office. New Jersey Resident $12 per launch.
    Non-Resident $20 per launch

    Ringwood State Park
    1304 Sloatsburg Rd., Ringwood, NJ 07456-1799. Phone: (973) 962-7031.

    The spring-fed waters of the 74-acre Shepherd Lake are brisk and invigorating and offer swimming from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day from 10 am to 6 pm. Inner tubes, rafts and other flotation devices are not permitted in the swimming area. Only Coast Guard approved life jackets are permitted. Pets are prohibited on the beach. Boating, canoeing and fishing are permitted with boat rentals available. A network of trails surrounds the lake leading to rocky vistas. Fees: Entrance fees are charged per vehicle from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.

    Schuylkill Outfitters Sea & Surf Centers
    501 Ocean Dr., North Wildwood NJ 08260. Phone: 609-522-6568.

    Harbor Outfitters
    354 96th St., Stone Harbor NJ 08247. Phone: (609)368-5501.

    Harbor Outfitters wants you to do more than just see the New Jersey shores…we want you to experience them. Venture into the NJ marshes and bays on one of our kayak tours, splash and catch waves during a private stand up paddle board lesson, or get wet in the ocean while kayaking or paddle boarding. We even offer bike rentals and electric car rentals so you can zoom around town in style.
    Also has locations in Ocean City at 109 34th St. and several locations in Sea Isle City.  See website for more information.

    T & W Rental
    Box 1796 Rd 1, Columbia, NJ 07832. Phone: (908) 475-4608.

    Triple T Canoes
    1800 Double Trouble Rd., Beachwood NJ, 08722. Phone: (732) 349-9510.

    Ted wants you to have a great time and feel right at home in Triple “T” Canoe’s new location, only moments from Double Trouble State Park! Enjoy Nature at its finest as you paddle along Cedar Creek in this beautiful state park. You can swim, bird watch, picnic and photograph to your heart’s content.

    Wigwam Creek Canoe & Kayak
    839 E Motts Creek Rd., Absecon NJ 08205.

    Winding River Campground
    6752 Weymouth Rd., Mays Landing NJ 08330. Phone: (609)625-3191.

    There is nothing better than canoeing, kayaking or tubing at Winding River, where you can enjoy a fine campsite or cabin at the end of the day, along with all of the campground’s fine amenities … including a heated swimming pool. Winding River offers a choice of 2, 3, 5 or 6 hour self-guided trips, with daily departures from 9:00AM to 3:00PM, seven days a week. If you need equipment, we rent canoes, kayaks and tubes, as well as providing convenient transportation. Spend a day exploring the untold beauty of the Egg Harbor River and the peaceful surrounding forests, for a recreational experience that your entire family will enjoy and long remember!

    Bel Haven Canoes
    1227 Route 542 Green Bank, NJ 08215. Phone: 1-800-445-0953, 609-965-2205

    Staying true to the initial intention where folks could spend time experiencing …the splendor of our environment, the sacredness of our rivers, and the serenity of paddling… our business philosophy has expanded but not changed. Now, 58 years later, we are still family owned and operated.  Canoes have lined up alongside kayaks, rental trips have become more like mini explorations and the demand for sales & service has made BHP a premiere regional paddling center in the Mid Atlantic.  Today, the Bel Haven Lake and Marina answers the quest for the paddling enthusiast with our year round test paddling promise! Canoe, Kayak & Tubing rentals and sales

    Canal Side Boat & Kayak Rental
    1710 Delaware Ave., North Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: (609) 522-7676.

    Originally Ed’s Canal Pavilion, Canal Side Boat Rentals has been renting crab and fishing boats for over 60 continuous years. Recently we have expanded into one and two person kayak rentals. We also offer a full range of fishing supplies including live bait, ice and tackle. Live blue crabs are also sold onsite from our custom made live storage unit. Our canal side facility is easily accessible from Route 47 Rio Grande Avenue in the heart of North Wildwood.

    Crosswick's Creek Park
    Wainford Rd., Upper Freehold, NJ Phone: (609) 259-6275.

    Crosswicks Creek is a popular spot for hiking, canoeing and fishing, with access provided at three small parking areas: see website for more info and directions. Most of the Crosswicks Creek Greenway forms a narrow corridor of land around Crosswicks Creek. Another 2,700 acres of surrounding farmland is preserved by the county and state Farmland Preservation Program. Crosswicks Creek begins near Fort Dix in Burlington County, travels up the northeast corner of Ocean County, meanders 7 miles in Monmouth County, becomes the dividing line between Burlington and Mercer Counties and finally empties into the Delaware River. No rentals- just launch areas.

    Griggstown Canoe Rentals
    1076 Canal Rd., Griggstown, NJ 08540. Phone: (908) 359-5970.

    The D&R Canal was built in the 1830’s to transport goods and materials between New York and Pennsylvania.  Today, the canal is used primarily for water supply and recreation.  Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental is located halfway between the 34 mile Trenton to New Brunswick stretch.  Its the perfect location to enjoy the beauty of this once busy waterway.  With only a slight current, its great for beginners and families.  The more adventurous can try one of our Millstone River D&R Canal Loops.
    Whether you paddle for an hour or all day, we have canoes and a variety of kayaks to fit everyone.  The D&R Canal State Park, adjacent to the Canoe Rental, has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding trails.

    Jersey Paddler
    1756 New Jersey State Rt. 88, Brick, NJ 08724. Phone: (732) 458-5777.

    Paddle around New Jersey’s bays, rivers and lakes in these kayaking tours. Bring your own day-touring or sea kayak or use one of our decked kayaks (generally less suitable for sit-on-top kayaks). Easy, intermediate, and challenging tours available.

    Lake Shenandoah County Park
    660 Ocean Ave. & 300 New Hampshire Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: 1-877-627-2757

    Tall oaks and pines surround the gorgeous 100-acre Lake Shenandoah, which is the focal point of this park. Trout-stocked waters, accessible fishing piers and an on-site bait-and-tackle shop with boat rentals make this spot perfect for freshwater fishing, from land or water.

    Manasquan Reservoir
    311 Windeler Road, Howell 07731. Phone: 732-919-0996.

    The Manasquan Reservoir is a source of water for municipalities and utilities. The Reservoir is also a natural setting for recreational activities and outdoor pursuits. The 770-acre Reservoir is part of a larger 1,204 acre site that include woods and wetlands, a 5-mile perimeter trail, fishing and boating are

    Mohawk Canoe & Livery
    Squankum-Yellowbrook Rd, Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: 732-938-7755.

    They offer trips of two different trip lengths on the Upper Manasquan River. Our one hour trip, a good choice for paddlers with small children. The three and a half hour trip is more scenic and challenging. They also rent Ocean Kayaks that can be paddled in the ocean. Delivery available. They are open weekends through late June at 9am and 7 days a week beginning late June at 10am.

    Pic-A-Lilli Canoe Rental
    Lake Rd., Vincentown, NJ 08088. Phone: (609) 268-9831 or (609) 268-1236.

    Princeton Canoe Rental
    483 Alexander St.,Princeton, NJ 08540. Phone: 609 452-2403.

    Located just 1/2 of a mile off of Route 1 and only a 10 minute walk from Princeton’s Dinky Train Station.  It provides easy access to a number of local waterways.  From our dock at Princeton Turning Basin Park, paddle directly to the D&R Canal.  A short portage brings you to the Stoney Brook and Lake Carnegie.  The adjacent park has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding paths.  Princeton’s many restaurants and attractions help make a visit to Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental an ideal day trip!

    Wading Pines Campground
    85 Godfrey Bridge Rd.,Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609) 726-1313.

    Take a trip down the scenic Wading River, and enjoy paddle sports at their best! Come and enjoy a gentle, calm water float trip! Wading Pines offers canoeing, kayaking and tubing for all ages and skill levels. Bring a cooler and picnic lunch along, then stop and enjoy the scenery on your trip … or stop for a swim on hot days. Enjoy safe and exciting family fun! (Management recommends children be 5 years and older to participate in river activities.) We supply the canoes, kayaks, paddles, life jackets and transportation.

    Allaire State Park
    4265 Atlantic Ave., Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732) 938-2371

    The Manasquan River flows eastward through the park offering scenic and tranquil setting for canoeists. Canoe rentals are available nearby.

    Parvin State Park
    Route 540 (Almond Road),Pittsgrove Township, NJ. Phone: (856) 358-8616

    A public boat launch ramp is located at Fisherman’s Landing. The launch ramp is available from sunrise to sunset year round. Parvin Lake is electric motor only. From Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day, required permits can be purchased at the park office. New Jersey Resident $12 per launch.
    Non-Resident $20 per launch

    Row Your Boat Rentals at Swartswood State Park
    1091 E shore Dr, Swartswood, NJ 07860. Phone: (973) 383-5230.

    Boat rentals are available in the park on a seasonal basis. Please call for hours of operation prior to your visit. The rental facility is typicallyopen weekends only from May to the end of June. They are open seven days a week from July through Labor Day.

    Wawayanda State Park
    885 Warwick Turnpike, Hewitt, NJ 07421. Phone: (973) 853-4462.

    A boat rental facility and launching ramp are located near the beach and picnic areas. Canoes, rowboats (with or without electric motors) and paddleboats may be rented at Wawayanda Lake. Privately owned water craft may be launched. Although sailboats and sailboards are permitted on the lake, there are no rentals available in the park. Gasoline motors are not permitted.

    Wharton State Forest
    31 Batsto Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037. Phone: (609) 561-0024.

    Mullica River provides excellent boating for electric motors, trailer launch, and cartop launch. Canoeing can also be enjoyed on Mullica, Batsto, Wading and Oswego Rivers. Launching fees are charged on the Mullica River beginning on Memorial Day weekend and ending on Labor Day inclusive.

    Atlantic County

    Paddle Shack
    5045 Mays Landing-Somers Point Rd., Mays Landing NJ 08330. Phone: (609)909-5250.

    Pick-Up and Paddle: Our most popular rental method. Choose the kayak you would like to paddle, take it with you on your own vehicle to the paddling location of your choice. Foam blocks and straps are available for securing kayaks to vehicles without roof racks. Meet Me at the Water: For those who would like to have us transport private &/or rental kayaks to and from selected paddling locations, we offer a transport service. Please contact the Shack for current price schedule. Pre-booking kayak transportation is strongly suggested.

    Palace Outfitters
    6924 Blackhorse Pike, Weymouth, NJ 08330. Phone: (609) 625-8552.

    The unique aspect of Palace Outfitter’s is the fact that we offer wild scenic river touring as well as a dining experience! We offer Canoeing, Kayaking, and Tubing. Here you can view our equipment and equipment specifications. You will start your journey at Palace Restaurant & Outfitter’s. We will set you up, take you to your starting point, help you enter the river to begin your journey. By floating down a narrow tree-line river. With water depths varying from 1 foot to about 17 feet. We will take children as young as 5 years of age provided that there is one adult for each child under the age of 10.

    Wigwam Creek Canoe & Kayak
    839 E Motts Creek Rd., Absecon NJ 08205.

    Winding River Campground
    6752 Weymouth Rd., Mays Landing NJ 08330. Phone: (609)625-3191.

    There is nothing better than canoeing, kayaking or tubing at Winding River, where you can enjoy a fine campsite or cabin at the end of the day, along with all of the campground’s fine amenities … including a heated swimming pool. Winding River offers a choice of 2, 3, 5 or 6 hour self-guided trips, with daily departures from 9:00AM to 3:00PM, seven days a week. If you need equipment, we rent canoes, kayaks and tubes, as well as providing convenient transportation. Spend a day exploring the untold beauty of the Egg Harbor River and the peaceful surrounding forests, for a recreational experience that your entire family will enjoy and long remember!

    Wigwam Creek Canoe & Kayak
    839 E Motts Creek Rd., Absecon NJ 08205.

    Winding River Campground
    6752 Weymouth Rd., Mays Landing NJ 08330. Phone: (609)625-3191.

    There is nothing better than canoeing, kayaking or tubing at Winding River, where you can enjoy a fine campsite or cabin at the end of the day, along with all of the campground’s fine amenities … including a heated swimming pool. Winding River offers a choice of 2, 3, 5 or 6 hour self-guided trips, with daily departures from 9:00AM to 3:00PM, seven days a week. If you need equipment, we rent canoes, kayaks and tubes, as well as providing convenient transportation. Spend a day exploring the untold beauty of the Egg Harbor River and the peaceful surrounding forests, for a recreational experience that your entire family will enjoy and long remember!

    Wharton State Forest
    31 Batsto Rd., Hammonton, NJ 08037. Phone: (609) 561-0024.

    Mullica River provides excellent boating for electric motors, trailer launch, and cartop launch. Canoeing can also be enjoyed on Mullica, Batsto, Wading and Oswego Rivers. Launching fees are charged on the Mullica River beginning on Memorial Day weekend and ending on Labor Day inclusive.

    Bergen County

    Hackensack Riverkeeper
    231 Main St. Hackensack, NJ Phone: (201)968-0808.

    Open every weekend April through the end of October, weather permitting. Hours of operation are from 9 AM until 6 PM. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Group activities are also available; call 201-968-0808 to inquire. CANOE RATES (per day): $25 per paddler (17 years and up) / $10 per passenger. Up to three adults, or two adults with one or two children is a comfortable fit and there must be at least two adult paddlers in each canoe. KAYAK RATES (per day): $25 per paddler (15 years and older) / no passengers We have solo and tandem kayaks. NO solo paddling is permitted so if you want to paddle a solo kayak, bring a buddy for a second boat.

    Burlington County

    Micks Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental
    3107 Route 563 Chatsworth, NJ Phone: (609)726-1380. (Toll free 800-281-1380).

    Located in Beautiful Chatsworth, NJ. Come enjoy a fantastic adventure at Pine Barrens. Canoe through Wharton State Forest in the New

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    Bel Haven Paddlesports
    1227 Route 542 Green Bank, NJ 08215. Phone: (609) 965-2205, 1-800-445-0953.

    Take the little ones camping then take them and on the river for some tubing or canoeing in beautiful Green Bank NJ

    Wading Pines Camping Resort
    85 Godfrey Bridge Rd., Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609) 726-1313.

    Do you have to be a camper to rent a kayak?

    Adam's Canoe Rentals
    1005 Atsion Lake, Shamong NJ 08088. Phone: (609)268-0189.

    Canoeing the Batsto & Mullica Rivers in the Jersey Pines Whether it be a day trip or an overnight trip, or for just two people or a whole scout troop, we at Adams Canoe Rental are ready to help you plan your trip.

    Kayak King
    PO Box 17, New Gretna NJ 08224. Phone: (609)296-8002.

    Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rentals
    3260 Route 563,Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609)726-1515.

    Day and overnight canoe and kayak rentals on the Wading and Oswego Rivers through the Wharton State Forest in the Pinelands.

    Bel Haven Canoes
    1227 Route 542 Green Bank, NJ 08215. Phone: 1-800-445-0953 609-965-2205

    Staying true to the initial intention where folks could spend time experiencing …the splendor of our environment, the sacredness of our rivers, and the serenity of paddling… our business philosophy has expanded but not changed. Now, 58 years later, we are still family owned and operated.  Canoes have lined up alongside kayaks, rental trips have become more like mini explorations and the demand for sales & service has made BHP a premiere regional paddling center in the Mid Atlantic.  Today, the Bel Haven Lake and Marina answers the quest for the paddling enthusiast with our year round test paddling promise! Canoe, Kayak & Tubing rentals and sales

    Clark's Canoe Rentals
    201 Hanover Street Pemberton, NJ 08068. Phone: (609) 894-4448.

    Pic-A-Lilli Canoe Rental
    Lake Rd., Vincentown, NJ 08088. Phone: (609) 268-9831 or (609) 268-1236.

    Wading Pines Campground
    85 Godfrey Bridge Rd.,Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609) 726-1313.

    Take a trip down the scenic Wading River, and enjoy paddle sports at their best! Come and enjoy a gentle, calm water float trip! Wading Pines offers canoeing, kayaking and tubing for all ages and skill levels. Bring a cooler and picnic lunch along, then stop and enjoy the scenery on your trip … or stop for a swim on hot days. Enjoy safe and exciting family fun! (Management recommends children be 5 years and older to participate in river activities.) We supply the canoes, kayaks, paddles, life jackets and transportation.

    Bel Haven Canoes
    1227 Route 542 Green Bank, NJ 08215. Phone: 1-800-445-0953, 609-965-2205

    Staying true to the initial intention where folks could spend time experiencing …the splendor of our environment, the sacredness of our rivers, and the serenity of paddling… our business philosophy has expanded but not changed. Now, 58 years later, we are still family owned and operated.  Canoes have lined up alongside kayaks, rental trips have become more like mini explorations and the demand for sales & service has made BHP a premiere regional paddling center in the Mid Atlantic.  Today, the Bel Haven Lake and Marina answers the quest for the paddling enthusiast with our year round test paddling promise! Canoe, Kayak & Tubing rentals and sales

    Pic-A-Lilli Canoe Rental
    Lake Rd., Vincentown, NJ 08088. Phone: (609) 268-9831 or (609) 268-1236.

    Wading Pines Campground
    85 Godfrey Bridge Rd.,Chatsworth, NJ 08019. Phone: (609) 726-1313.

    Take a trip down the scenic Wading River, and enjoy paddle sports at their best! Come and enjoy a gentle, calm water float trip! Wading Pines offers canoeing, kayaking and tubing for all ages and skill levels. Bring a cooler and picnic lunch along, then stop and enjoy the scenery on your trip … or stop for a swim on hot days. Enjoy safe and exciting family fun! (Management recommends children be 5 years and older to participate in river activities.) We supply the canoes, kayaks, paddles, life jackets and transportation.

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    2390 East Bay Ave, Manahawkin, NJ Phone: (609) 361-7147.

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    Lakeview Docks
    7118 Park Boulevard, Wildwood Crest, NJ Phone: (609) 522-0471.

    A great place to go Kayaking in NJ! This is a place where the whole family can go and enjoy a fantastic day out on the water. There is SO much to do here, at a business that’s been established for more than half a century. Our Fishing/Crabbing boats hold up to 5 people. Our 40 HP boats hold up to 4-5 people. You can also hire speed boats, Carolina & Sundance Skiffs , wave runners and

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    Bay Cats On the Bay
    316 Bay Ave., Ocean City, NJ Phone: (609)391-7960.

    Kayak Rentals and sailing lessons on the Ocean. Explore and discover with guided nature tours. Find it all at their terrific website by clicking on the link above.

    Aqua Trails
    1600 Delaware Ave., Cape May, NJ 08204. Phone: (609)884-5600.

    Aqua Trails is a company, based in Cape May, NJ, established to provide kayak nature tours. The “mainstream” tours run from mid-June to September and explore the salt marshes inland from Cape May. Jeff and Tracey Martin are the proprietors and active participants in the enterprise. Both Jeff and Tracey take their turns, along with a few other experienced guides, in leading kayak tours in the wetlands. We are proud to be in our 16th summer season; Jeff has been involved in 15 of those years.
    In addition to the regularly scheduled kayak tours in the wetlands, Aqua Trails offers full moon and sunset tours, kayak camps, and road trips.

    Island Kayak Company
    1116 Stone Harbor Blvd., Stone Harbor NJ 08247. Phone: (609)368-5557.

    Schuylkill Outfitters Sea & Surf Centers
    501 Ocean Dr., North Wildwood NJ 08260. Phone: 609-522-6568.

    Harbor Outfitters
    354 96th St., Stone Harbor NJ 08247. Phone: (609)368-5501.

    Harbor Outfitters wants you to do more than just see the New Jersey shores…we want you to experience them. Venture into the NJ marshes and bays on one of our kayak tours, splash and catch waves during a private stand up paddle board lesson, or get wet in the ocean while kayaking or paddle boarding. We even offer bike rentals and electric car rentals so you can zoom around town in style.
    Also has locations in Ocean City at 109 34th St. and several locations in Sea Isle City.  See website for more information.

    Canal Side Boat & Kayak Rental
    1710 Delaware Ave., North Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: (609) 522-7676.

    Originally Ed’s Canal Pavilion, Canal Side Boat Rentals has been renting crab and fishing boats for over 60 continuous years. Recently we have expanded into one and two person kayak rentals. We also offer a full range of fishing supplies including live bait, ice and tackle. Live blue crabs are also sold onsite from our custom made live storage unit. Our canal side facility is easily accessible from Route 47 Rio Grande Avenue in the heart of North Wildwood.

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    501 Ocean Dr., North Wildwood NJ 08260. Phone: 609-522-6568.

    Harbor Outfitters
    354 96th St., Stone Harbor NJ 08247. Phone: (609)368-5501.

    Harbor Outfitters wants you to do more than just see the New Jersey shores…we want you to experience them. Venture into the NJ marshes and bays on one of our kayak tours, splash and catch waves during a private stand up paddle board lesson, or get wet in the ocean while kayaking or paddle boarding. We even offer bike rentals and electric car rentals so you can zoom around town in style.
    Also has locations in Ocean City at 109 34th St. and several locations in Sea Isle City.  See website for more information.

    Canal Side Boat & Kayak Rental
    1710 Delaware Ave., North Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: (609) 522-7676.

    Originally Ed’s Canal Pavilion, Canal Side Boat Rentals has been renting crab and fishing boats for over 60 continuous years. Recently we have expanded into one and two person kayak rentals. We also offer a full range of fishing supplies including live bait, ice and tackle. Live blue crabs are also sold onsite from our custom made live storage unit. Our canal side facility is easily accessible from Route 47 Rio Grande Avenue in the heart of North Wildwood.

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    Al and Sam's Canoe and Boat Rentals
    1940 Coles Mill Rd., Franklinville, NJ 08322. Phone: ?

    Due to the tough economic times, Al and Sam’s has not increased rental costs for over 4 years. We feel family fun should be affordable for all. Al and Sam’s offers a variety of rental opportunities. Paddle out of our beautiful Parvin State Park location, pick up a kayak / canoe for the day or paddle the wild & scenic Maurice River. We’ll drop you and your party off and pick you up at a predetermined location down the river. We offer 3 different pick up points you may choose from determined by the amount of time / distance you would like to paddle and your paddling experience. (Special trip arrangements can be made.)

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    Delaware River Tubing
    2998 Daniel Bray Hwy (Rt. 29) Frenchtown, NJ 08825 Phone: 1-866-Wet-Tube I 908-996-5386.

    Kayak and Canoe on the Delaware! Delaware River Tubing now offers Kayaking and Canoeing on the Delaware, along with a new river supply store for all the must have essentials.  Delaware River Tubing offers special group rates to camps, scouts, churches, and corporate outings for groups with 18 or more participants. Fundraisers and birthday parties available (One great memory, but a gift for all). Enjoy a scenic 2 to 4 hour tubing, rafting, kayaking, or canoeing trip on the Delaware River! Each rental includes an exclusive FREE BBQ meal at “The Famo

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    Clinton Canoe & Kayak Company
    49 Main St., Clinton NJ 08809. Phone: (908)735-6767.

    Canoe & kayak sales and rentals featuring quality boats from Old Town Canoe & Ocean Kayak. A family run business that specializes in customer satisfaction. Located in Clinton, NJ. At the waterfall on the South Branch Raritan River. Open 7 days a week.

    Spruce Run State Park
    68 Van Syckel's Rd., Clinton, NJ 08809. Phone: (908) 638-8572

    Motor boating (electric and gas—10hp limit), sailing (25 feet in length and 30 feet above the water line height limit), canoe/kayaking, windsurfing. Trailer launch ramp and cartop launch area. Rentals (908-638-8234) available seasonally and boat storage (dry) available year round. Call for information.

    Mercer County

    Canoe NJ
    483 Alexander St.,Princeton, NJ 08540. Phone: (609) 452-2403.

    Located just 1/2 of a mile off of Route 1 and only a 10 minute walk from Princeton’s Dinky Train Station.  It provides easy access to a number of local waterways.  From our dock at Princeton Turning Basin Park, paddle directly to the D&R Canal.  A short portage brings you to the Stoney Brook and Lake Carnegie.  The adjacent park has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding paths.  Princeton’s many restaurants and attractions help make a visit to Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental an ideal day trip!

    Princeton Canoe Rental
    483 Alexander St.,Princeton, NJ 08540. Phone: 609 452-2403.

    Located just 1/2 of a mile off of Route 1 and only a 10 minute walk from Princeton’s Dinky Train Station.  It provides easy access to a number of local waterways.  From our dock at Princeton Turning Basin Park, paddle directly to the D&R Canal.  A short portage brings you to the Stoney Brook and Lake Carnegie.  The adjacent park has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding paths.  Princeton’s many restaurants and attractions help make a visit to Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental an ideal day trip!

    Princeton Canoe Rental
    483 Alexander St.,Princeton, NJ 08540. Phone: 609 452-2403.

    Located just 1/2 of a mile off of Route 1 and only a 10 minute walk from Princeton’s Dinky Train Station.  It provides easy access to a number of local waterways.  From our dock at Princeton Turning Basin Park, paddle directly to the D&R Canal.  A short portage brings you to the Stoney Brook and Lake Carnegie.  The adjacent park has picnic tables and hiking and bike riding paths.  Princeton’s many restaurants and attractions help make a visit to Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental an ideal day trip!

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    Just Add Water Adventures
    58 Edwina Court, Dayton NJ 08810.

    Monmouth County

    SKS Ocean Ventures LLC
    149 South Riverside Drive, Neptune, NJ Phone (908)230-6818 or (908)499-2259.

    SKS Ocean Ventures offers awesome Ocean Kayaking™ fishing trips! The Kayaking trip will be performed as part of their Ocean Fishing Expeditions™ service out of (Shark River Hills) Neptune, New Jersey.  High performance Cobra Kayaks will be a

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    Mohawk Canoe & Livery
    Squankum-Yellowbrook Rd Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732)938-7755.

    They rent canoes and kayaks for use on the scenic Manasquan River, from their site on the river in Farmingdale, NJ. Their trips run through Allaire State Park, Wildlife Management Areas, rolling hills, and finally, a salt marsh estuary.

    Reel Therapy
    9 Williamsburg Dr., Tinton Falls NJ 07753.

    A perfect introduction to recreational kayaking. Come explore with us as we guide you along local flat waters in Monmouth, Middlesex, Mercer and Ocean counties. Reel Therapy’s eco-adventures are perfect for beginners and the majority of our clients have never done anything like this before. Never a crowd, always excellent service with an emphasis on the natural environment. We use recreational style kayaks which have a large, non confining cockpit with ergonomically adjustable seating, complete with a beverage holder! These kayaks are safe, and stable for your comfort during your journey through calm waters. Sit on top or sit inside, we offer both solo or tandem kayaks and provide you with safety and group paddle instruction before we push off. Our fleet is trailered to the chosen destination for your trip. Gather your friends together and have some fun!

    Crosswick's Creek Park
    Wainford Rd., Upper Freehold, NJ Phone: (609) 259-6275.

    Crosswick”s Creek is a popular spot for hiking, canoeing and fishing, with access provided at three small parking areas: see website for more info and directions. Most of the Crosswicks Creek Greenway forms a narrow corridor of land around Crosswicks Creek. Another 2,700 acres of surrounding farmland is preserved by the county and state Farmland Preservation Program. Crosswicks Creek begins near Fort Dix in Burlington County, travels up the northeast corner of Ocean County, meanders 7 miles in Monmouth County, becomes the dividing line between Burlington and Mercer Counties and finally empties into the Delaware River. No rentals- just launch areas.

    Manasquan Reservoir
    311 Windeler Road, Howell 07731. Phone: 732-919-0996.

    The Manasquan Reservoir is a source of water for municipalities and utilities. The Reservoir is also a natural setting for recreational activities and outdoor pursuits. The 770-acre Reservoir is part of a larger 1,204 acre site that include woods and wetlands, a 5-mile perimeter trail, fishing and boating areas, and a Visitor Center. There is also an Environmental Center. Rowboat and kayak rentals.

    Mohawk Canoe & Livery
    Squankum Yellowbrook Rd, Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: 732-938-7755.

    They offer trips of two different trip lengths on the Upper Manasquan River. Our one hour trip, a good choice for paddlers with small children. The three and a half hour trip is more scenic and challenging. They also rent Ocean Kayaks that can be paddled in the ocean. Delivery available. They are open weekends through late June at 9am and 7 days a week beginning late June at 10am.

    Allaire State Park
    4265 Atlantic Ave., Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732) 938-2371

    The Manasquan River flows eastward through the park offering scenic and tranquil setting for canoeists. Canoe rentals are available nearby.

    Crosswick's Creek Park
    Wainford Rd., Upper Freehold, NJ Phone: (609) 259-6275.

    Crosswicks Creek is a popular spot for hiking, canoeing and fishing, with access provided at three small parking areas: see website for more info and directions. Most of the Crosswicks Creek Greenway forms a narrow corridor of land around Crosswicks Creek. Another 2,700 acres of surrounding farmland is preserved by the county and state Farmland Preservation Program. Crosswicks Creek begins near Fort Dix in Burlington County, travels up the northeast corner of Ocean County, meanders 7 miles in Monmouth County, becomes the dividing line between Burlington and Mercer Counties and finally empties into the Delaware River. No rentals- just launch areas.

    Manasquan Reservoir
    311 Windeler Road, Howell 07731. Phone: 732-919-0996.

    The Manasquan Reservoir is a source of water for municipalities and utilities. The Reservoir is also a natural setting for recreational activities and outdoor pursuits. The 770-acre Reservoir is part of a larger 1,204 acre site that include woods and wetlands, a 5-mile perimeter trail, fishing and boating are

    Mohawk Canoe & Livery
    Squankum-Yellowbrook Rd, Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: 732-938-7755.

    They offer trips of two different trip lengths on the Upper Manasquan River. Our one hour trip, a good choice for paddlers with small children. The three and a half hour trip is more scenic and challenging. They also rent Ocean Kayaks that can be paddled in the ocean. Delivery available. They are open weekends through late June at 9am and 7 days a week beginning late June at 10am.

    Allaire State Park
    4265 Atlantic Ave., Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732) 938-2371

    The Manasquan River flows eastward through the park offering scenic and tranquil setting for canoeists. Canoe rentals are available nearby.

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    Holgate H2O Sports
    83 Tebco Terrace, Long Beach, NJ Phone: (609) 492-1342.

    Located in Holgate on Long Beach Island (3 miles south of Fantasy Island). Our single person kayaks are Sit-On-Top Kayaks and they are good to paddle right from our Bay Front location or you can take them to the ocean. Our two person kayaks are Sit-On-Top Kayaks and they are good to paddle right from our Bay Front location or you can take them t

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    First Bridge Marina and Kayaks
    500 Great Bay Blvd Tuckerton,NJ Phone: 1-800-50kayak.

    Go fishing, Crabbing then Kayaking all in one great day Two hours to two-day trips, your Kayak or our Kayak. Be prepared for some of the most spectacular scenery and wildlife in Southern New Jersey. Visit our

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    Cedar Creek Canoe and Kayak Rentals
    1052 Atlantic City Blvd., Bayville, NJ 08721. Phone: (732) 269-1413.

    From its headwaters in Greenwood Forest Management Area to its mouth at Barnegat Bay, Cedar Creek provides the water required for cranberry culture and supplies a pure source of water for wildlife. The creek is an excellent stream for canoeing and kayaking. Adjacent bogs and uplands provide examples of plants characteristic to the Pine Barrens. As with most Pine Barrens streams, the water of Cedar Creek is “tea colored” because of tannic acid from the roots of the cedars lining the river banks.  Almost 89% of the Cedar Creek drainage area is forested land.  Habitats of this waterway, typical to the Pine Barrens, include Atlantic white cedar swamps, bogs (including cranberry bogs), pine and oak forests, and coastal salt marshes.  Unique plant species such as the pitcher plant can be found in this beautiful subwatershed.

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    Barnegat Bay Kayak and Sail
    70 Rosehill Rd., Barnegat, NJ 08005. Phone: (609) 698-1748.

    Barnegat Bay Kayak and Sail is located along Double Creek, a tributary flowing into the west side of Barnegat Bay adjacent to a national wildlife refuge. The refuge offers protected waters and ideal flat water paddling conditions through salt marsh channels and ponds. The open waters of Barnegat Bay are just a short paddle from our launching area. Although the bay is tidal, the mean range of the tide on the western side of the bay is about 0.5 feet. This small tidal difference develops only weak tidal currents, thus making paddling easy no matter the course. The bay, with a mean depth of about 5 feet warms quickly despite the ocean temperature, and unlike the Chesapeake and Rehobeth Bays, there are no stinging sea nettles in our waters.

    New Egypt Recreation Oasis
    27 Main St., New Egypt NJ 08533. Phone: (609)758-0883.

    New Egypt Recreation Oasis Canoe, Kayak & Paddleboat Rentals on Oakford Lake, New Egypt, NJ.
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    New Jersey Kayak
    409 East Bay Ave., Barnegat, NJ 08005. Phone: (609) 698- 4440.

    NJ Kayak is centrally located along the NJ coastline, the Pinelands National Reserve (Pine Barrens), beautiful Long Beach Island (LBI) beaches and the NJ Heritage Trail. Offers kayak rentals and tours through the 40,000 acre Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. Open weekends through April & May…Daily Memorial Day till Labor Day..weekends end of October.Only 3 miles from NJ GSP exit 67.

    Pedals N Paddles
    Rt. 35 South, Seaside Heights NJ Phone: (732) 830-5757.

    Water Trikes – Steer with the front wheel and pedal with the rear wheels. The three large buoyant wheels support even the heaviest load. You can fit up to 2 adults and 1 child on these.
    Water Bikes – It’s like riding an exercise bike on the water. The HydroBike achieves incredible “human-powered” speed with its “state-of-the-art” propeller and impulsion system.  These bikes are for 1 person. Kayaks – Our kayaks are Sit-On-Top Kayaks and they are good to paddle right from our Bay Front location or you can take them to the ocean. We also offer delivery if you give us advanced notice.
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    Pineland Canoes
    26 Whitesville Rd., Jackson NJ 08527. Phone: (908)364-0389.

    Triple T Canoes
    1800 Double Trouble Rd., Beachwood NJ, 08722. Phone: (732) 349-9510.

    Ted wants you to have a great time and feel right at home in Triple “T” Canoe’s new location, only moments from Double Trouble State Park! Enjoy Nature at its finest as you paddle along Cedar Creek in this beautiful state park. You can swim, bird watch, picnic and photograph to your heart’s content.

    Jersey Paddler
    1756 New Jersey State Rt. 88, Brick, NJ 08724. Phone: (732) 458-5777.

    Paddle around New Jersey’s bays, rivers and lakes in these kayaking tours. Bring your own day-touring or sea kayak or use one of our decked kayaks (generally less suitable for sit-on-top kayaks). Easy, intermediate, and challenging tours available.

    Lake Shenandoah County Park
    660 Ocean Ave. & 300 New Hampshire Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: 1-877-627-2757

    Tall oaks and pines surround the gorgeous 100-acre Lake Shenandoah, which is the focal point of this park. Trout-stocked waters, accessible fishing piers and an on-site bait-and-tackle shop with boat rentals make this spot perfect for freshwater fishing, from land or water.

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    1800 Double Trouble Rd., Beachwood NJ, 08722. Phone: (732) 349-9510.

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    1756 New Jersey State Rt. 88, Brick, NJ 08724. Phone: (732) 458-5777.

    Paddle around New Jersey’s bays, rivers and lakes in these kayaking tours. Bring your own day-touring or sea kayak or use one of our decked kayaks (generally less suitable for sit-on-top kayaks). Easy, intermediate, and challenging tours available.

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    660 Ocean Ave. & 300 New Hampshire Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: 1-877-627-2757

    Tall oaks and pines surround the gorgeous 100-acre Lake Shenandoah, which is the focal point of this park. Trout-stocked waters, accessible fishing piers and an on-site bait-and-tackle shop with boat rentals make this spot perfect for freshwater fishing, from land or water.

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    Ringwood State Park
    1304 Sloatsburg Rd., Ringwood, NJ 07456-1799. Phone: (973) 962-7031.

    The spring-fed waters of the 74-acre Shepherd Lake are brisk and invigorating and offer swimming from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day from 10 am to 6 pm. Inner tubes, rafts and other flotation devices are not permitted in the swimming area. Only Coast Guard approved life jackets are permitted. Pets are prohibited on the beach. Boating, canoeing and fishing are permitted with boat rentals available. A network of trails surrounds the lake leading to rocky vistas. Fees: Entrance fees are charged per vehicle from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.

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    1304 Sloatsburg Rd., Ringwood, NJ 07456-1799. Phone: (973) 962-7031.

    The spring-fed waters of the 74-acre Shepherd Lake are brisk and invigorating and offer swimming from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day from 10 am to 6 pm. Inner tubes, rafts and other flotation devices are not permitted in the swimming area. Only Coast Guard approved life jackets are permitted. Pets are prohibited on the beach. Boating, canoeing and fishing are permitted with boat rentals available. A network of trails surrounds the lake leading to rocky vistas. Fees: Entrance fees are charged per vehicle from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.

    Wawayanda State Park
    885 Warwick Turnpike, Hewitt, NJ 07421. Phone: (973) 853-4462.

    A boat rental facility and launching ramp are located near the beach and picnic areas. Canoes, rowboats (with or without electric motors) and paddleboats may be rented at Wawayanda Lake. Privately owned water craft may be launched. Although sailboats and sailboards are permitted on the lake, there are no rentals available in the park. Gasoline motors are not permitted.

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    Parvin State Park
    Route 540 (Almond Road),Pittsgrove Township, NJ. Phone: (856) 358-8616.

    A public boat launch ramp is located at Fisherman’s Landing. The launch ramp is available from sunrise to sunset year round. Parvin Lake is electric motor only. From Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day, required permits can be purchased at the park office. New Jersey Resident $12 per launch.
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    Route 540 (Almond Road),Pittsgrove Township, NJ. Phone: (856) 358-8616

    A public boat launch ramp is located at Fisherman’s Landing. The launch ramp is available from sunrise to sunset year round. Parvin Lake is electric motor only. From Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day, required permits can be purchased at the park office. New Jersey Resident $12 per launch.
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    1076 Canal Rd., Griggstown ,NJ 08540. Phone: (908) 359-5970.

    The D&R Canal was built in the 1830’s to transport goods and materials between New York and Pennsylvania.  Today, the canal is used primarily for water supply and recreation.  Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental is located halfway between the 34 mile Trenton to New Brunswick stretch.  Its the perfect location to enjoy the beauty of this once busy waterway.  With only a slight current, its great for beginners and families.  The more adventurous can try one of our Millstone River D&R Canal Loops.

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    1076 Canal Rd., Griggstown, NJ 08540. Phone: (908) 359-5970.

    The D&R Canal was built in the 1830’s to transport goods and materials between New York and Pennsylvania.  Today, the canal is used primarily for water supply and recreation.  Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental is located halfway between the 34 mile Trenton to New Brunswick stretch.  Its the perfect location to enjoy the beauty of this once busy waterway.  With only a slight current, its great for beginners and families.  The more adventurous can try one of our Millstone River D&R Canal Loops.
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    1076 Canal Rd., Griggstown, NJ 08540. Phone: (908) 359-5970.

    The D&R Canal was built in the 1830’s to transport goods and materials between New York and Pennsylvania.  Today, the canal is used primarily for water supply and recreation.  Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental is located halfway between the 34 mile Trenton to New Brunswick stretch.  Its the perfect location to enjoy the beauty of this once busy waterway.  With only a slight current, its great for beginners and families.  The more adventurous can try one of our Millstone River D&R Canal Loops.
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    Row Your Boat Rentals Swartswood Lake State Park
    Swartswood, NJ Phone: (973)383-4200.

    Row your Boat rentals has all of the following for rent: Rowboats, Canoes, Kayaks, Peddle Boats, Sailboats: Sailcats and Sunfish. They also offer overnight camper’s rates.

    Hopatcong Boathouse
    156 Rt 181, Hopatcong, NJ 07849. Phone: (973)663-7990.

    Row Your Boat Rentals at Swartswood State Park
    1091 E shore Dr, Swartswood, NJ 07860. Phone: (973) 383-5230.

    Boat rentals are available in the park on a seasonal basis. Please call for hours of operation prior to your visit. The rental facility is typicallyopen weekends only from May to the end of June. They are open seven days a week from July through Labor Day.

    Union County

    Cranford Canoe Club
    250 Springfield Ave.,Cranford NJ 07016. Phone: (908)709-7285.

    We’re very excited to be here for another season. Weather permitting, we will be open every day for rentals. Our outdoor Grill is only open on the Weekends. But, never fear we still serve the Best Hot Dogs on the river.

    Warren County

    Delaware River Rafting & Campground
    100 Rt 46, Delaware NJ 07833. Phone: (908)475-1006.

    Delaware River Family Campground is an ideal resort setting for a memorable family vacation. We invite you and your family to experience the wonderful outdoors in the breathtaking Delaware River Water Gap area. Whether you take to the river in a raft, canoe or tube; hike the Appalachian Trail; or relax around the Resort, there is something for everyone to enjoy. It’s a great escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

    Kayak East
    PO Box 77, Columbia NJ 07832. Phone: (866)529-2532.

    Expert instruction from ACA Certified kayak instructors with over 10 years experience. Guided kayak and eco-tour trips for all levels, beginner to expert. No experience needed to get started.
    Check out our Calendar for a complete listing of classes and tours and don’t miss out on the fun.

    Lazy River Outpost
    4 Union Square, Phillipsburg,NJ Phone: (908)213-9100.

    Whether you are looking for a safe, kid-friendly float trip in one of our professional quality river rafts or Coast Guard approved tubes, or a scenic weekend canoe trip down a quiet reach of the middle Delaware, or even the independence and maneuverability of one of our sit-on-top or sit-inside kayaks, the Lazy River Outpost has everything you need. Feel free to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy on any of the miles of empty beach along the Delaware River. Don’t feel like cooking? You can purchase what you need at either our Drive-In luncheonette or Pizzeria on premises. Call in advance for special orders and groups.

    Phillipsburg River Outpost
    4 Union Square, Phillipsburg NJ 08865. Phone: (908)213-9100.

    We offer adventurous river fun! Enjoy the outdoors on our kayak, canoe, rafting, or tubing trips. Phillipsburg River Outpost offers clinics in the summers and cookouts on the beach. Free transportation is available to the drop site. Group and custom trips available (group discounts offered).

    T & W Rental
    Box 1796 Rd 1, Columbia, NJ 07832. Phone: (908) 475-4608.

    T & W Rental
    Box 1796 Rd 1, Columbia, NJ 07832. Phone: (908) 475-4608.

    NY

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    West Hills County Park
    Sweet Hollow Rd., Huntington, NY 11743. Phone: (631) 854-4423.

    No kayak or rowboat rental but launch access. Picturesque, well-groomed nature trails, including the historic Walt Whitman Trail to Jayne’s Hill (Long Island’s highest peak, at an elevation of 400 feet), wind through this highly popular, mixed-deciduous forested park. West Hills flora and fauna include wild Mountain Laurel, Moccasin Flower, several fern species, salamanders, turtles, chipmunk, squirrel and red fox. Horses (both privately owned and leased from the on-site public Sweet Hills Stables) enjoy some of the finest and most picturesque bridle paths on Long Island at West Hills County Park. Camping at West Hills is offered to organized youth groups only. Campsites, lean-tos, and primitive shelters are available year-round. Reservations are required. Sweet Hollow Hall, a former church, now serves as a public meeting hall for several not-for-profit organizations and clubs. Starflower Experiences, Inc., offers environmental education programs for children at the hall. Sweet Hollow Hall is a handicapped accessible facility.

    Smiths Point Beach
    Fire Island, Shirley, NY 11967. Phone: (631) 852-1313.

    No kayak or rowboat rental but launch access. Smith Point – the county’s largest oceanfront park – offers swimming, scuba diving, surfing, saltwater fishing, camping, outer beach access, food concession, playground, showers, & special events in season.

    Southaven County Park
    Victory Ave., Brookhaven, NY 11719. Phone: (631) 854-1414.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    The Carmans River flows through this scenic, pine-oak forested park. Southaven is a popular picnicking site, containing group areas capable of accommodating up to 1,000 people. Southaven’s 1,356 acres also offer a bicycle hostel. Boating and freshwater fishing are permitted. Camping is also available, with sites for tents and trailers.

    Shinnecock East County Park
    Dune Rd., Southampton, NY 11968. Phone: (631) 852-8899.

    No kayak or rowboat rental but launch access.
    Flanking the eastern border of the Shinnecock Inlet where it meets the Atlantic Ocean, this rugged, undeveloped barrier beach park includes both ocean and bay beach recreation areas. Shinnecock is a favorite spot for striped bass fishing. Off-road recreational vehicles may drive on the outer (ocean) beach. 100 campsites on the outer beach are available to self-contained campers with a valid Suffolk County Parks Green Key Card. No tent camping is permitted. A small parking lot is available for Green Key card holders who do not have an Outer Beach Recreational Vehicle Permit. Vehicles with Suffolk County Parks Outer Beach Recreational Vehicle Permit must park on the beach.

    Sears Bellows County Park
    Bellows Pond Rd. Hampton Bays, NY 11946. Phone: (631) 852-8290.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    Nestled within the Long Island Pine Barrens, Sears Bellows offers a broad range of recreational opportunities to Suffolk County residents and tourists. Campsites for both tents and trailers are available. Rowboat rentals are offered on freshwater Bellows Pond. Sears Bellows’ extensive trail system attracts hikers and horseback riders from all points, east and west. Riders may use the park with a horseback riding permit. This park is closed to certain activities during waterfowl hunting season. Sears Bellows Park is a sportsman’s paradise. Freshwater fishing for bluegill, bass, perch and pickerel, with bait, is permitted between sunrise and sunset. New York State regulations apply to all sporting activities.

    Lake Ronkonkoma County Park
    Lake Shore Rd, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 . Phone: (631) 854-9699.

    No kayak or boat rental but launch access. This scenic park offers a variety of recreational opportunities to the public. The facilities include a fishing area with a handicapped accessible fishing pier, baseball fields, handball courts, basketball courts, and a picnic area.

    Lakeland County Park
    Johnson Ave. Islandia, NY 11749. Phone: (631) 853-2727.

    No kayak or boat rental but launch access. This fully accessible facility, designed for the disabled and their families, includes a nature trail-boardwalk over the head-waters of the Connetquot River, affording unique views of wetland vegetation, waterfowl and fish. Organizational group use is available on a reservation basis.

    Indian Island County Park
    Cross River Dr Rte 105, Riverhead, NY 11901. Phone: (631) 852-3232.

    No kayak or boat rental but launch access. This 275 acre Indian Island County Park, at the estuarine mouth of the Peconic River, is open to the public year-round for a variety of activities. Camping is immensely popular at Indian Island, with trailer and tent campsites open to organized groups, individuals and camping clubs. Restrooms and shower facilities are available for the comfort of all campers. What was formerly the “island” at Indian Island County Park is now connected to the mainland by a causeway composed entirely of white sands. Remote, yet easily accessible to all, this “island”, complete with picnic tables, grills, comfortable benches and views of a glistening and peaceful Flanders Bay, offers one of the finest picnicking sites available in Suffolk County.

    Cupsogue Beach in East Moriches
    Dune Rd., Westhampton, NY 11977. Phone: (631) 852-8111.

    No kayak or boat rentals but kayak launch access.
    This 296 acre barrier beach park offers lifeguard-supervised swimming, sunbathing on white sand beaches and some of the finest saltwater bass fishing to be had on the Island. A food concession (www.thebeachhuts.com), restrooms, first aid center, showers and changing rooms are all conveniently situated at Cupsogue’s pavillion. Campers and recreational vehicles are permitted along the access road running parallel to the outer beach. Diving is permitted at slack tide on the bay side of the park only. Water depth is approximately 12′. *Recreational Vehicle Permit is required for outer beach access and camping.

    Cedar Point County Park
    East Hampton, NY 11937. Phone: (631) 852-7620.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    The 607 acre Cedar Point, with commanding views of Gardiner’s Bay, offers individual and organized group camping areas. Picnic areas, boat rentals, nature trails, vehicular access to the outer beach (with permit only), licensed hunting for waterfowl (in season), surfcasting for bass and bluefish. The Cedar Point General Store and Snack Bar, operated by Kaelins, offers Saturday night family movies on the lawn behind the store and free use of recreational equipment. Settled in 1651, Cedar Point was once a busy port for shipping farm goods, fish, and timber from Sag Harbor. The historic Cedar Point Lighthouse stood on an island 200 yards from shore when it was built in 1860. Its beacon served to guide whaling ships in and out of Sag Harbor during its heyday as a major port. The hurricane of 1938 transformed the shoreline, shifting sands to create a narrow walkable strip that now connects the lighthouse with the mainland.

    Blydenburgh County Park
    Veterans Memorial Hwy, Smithtown, NY 11787. Phone: (631) 854-3713.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    Richly forested hills and valleys at the headwaters of the Nissequogue River, rowing and fishing on lovely Stump Pond, casual strolls through the Blydenburgh Farm and New Mill Historic District featuring a grist mill…these are but a few of the attractions of Blydenburgh County Park. This 627 acre park is open year-round to Suffolk County residents and their guests. Horseback riders may ride or trailer their mounts to Blydenburgh to utilize an extensive bridle path system and practice ring. Trailer parking is available at the northern (New Mill Road) entrance. Suffolk County horseback riding permits are required and must be visibly displayed by all riders. Freshwater fishing for pumpkinseed sunfish, large-mouth bass, perch and bluegill is permitted at Stump Pond between sunrise and sunset. New York State freshwater fishing laws apply. Rowboat rentals are generally available from mid-May to Labor Day. Use the southern (Veteran’s Memorial Highway) entrance for these activities. Hikes through Blydenburgh are led on a regular basis by the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference, whose headquarters are located in one of the historic district houses. For a hike schedule, contact the Greenbelt office at (631)-360-0753.

    Suffolk County Marine Education Center
    3960 Cedar Beach Rd., Southold NY 11971. Phone: (631)852-8660

    Kayaks, instruction, safety courses, canoe tours of 70-acre salt marsh.

    Eagle's Neck Paddling Company
    62300 Main Road (Route 25) Southold, NY 11971. Phone: (631)765-3502.

    Rentals, tours. Eagle’s Neck Paddling Company is dedicated to the sport and spirit of paddling and the enjoyment of nature at its most intimate level. Paddling lets you quietly enter a unique habitat and closely observe its wildlife, undisturbed. The North Fork of Long island offers infinite opportunities to experience its natural beauty. It has miles of coastline as well as numerous inlets, creeks and marshes. You can watch heron, osprey and hawks soar overhead. You can see geese, swans and egrets feed along the shore. You can observe fish, turtles and marine plants in its clear waterways. We carry a varied selection of kayaks and paddling gear to accommodate all levels of skill and needs. Whether you want the flexibility of family paddling or the solitude of a touring craft, it can be found here. Try a kayak on for size. A tour or rental will help you decide! We have certified instructors who can help you make a choice.

    Empire Kayaks
    4 Empire Blvd., Island Park, NY 11558. Phone: (516) 889-8300.

    Situated on the water in Island Park, NY, Empire Kayaks carries a complete line of top quality SUP’S, kayaks and accessories. Our waterfront location provides access to sensational paddling. Experience nature and wildlife from a new perspective as you paddle the bays,creeks and marshes of Nassau County’s South Shore. Stop by our store for all your kayaking needs. Sales, equipment, rentals, instruction & tours, we have it all! Your first stop for kayak sales and kayak SUP rentals on Long Island.

    Sea Kayaking Skills and Adventures, Ltd.
    Locations in western Long Island and Connecticut. Phone:(203)903-5705

    Lessons and tours.

    Setauket Harbor Canoes and Kayaks
    30 Shore Rd East Setauket, NY 11733 Phone: (631)751-2706.

    Canoe and kayak rentals.

    Amagansett Beach and Bicycle
    624 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, NY 11930. Phone: (631) 267-6325.

    Kayak rentals, lessons, tours.The Amagansett Beach & Bicycle Company sells, rents and repairs bicycles, kayaks, surfboards, boogie boards, skateboards, rowing shells and stand up paddleboards [SUP]. You can learn to row, kayak, surf or stand up paddleboard from our expert instructors
    Take a one and 1/2 to two hour guided tour / lesson of beautiful Accabonac Harbor on easy and comfortable kayaks.

    Long Island Kayak Club
    Multiple locations. Phone: (631) 691- 2396.

    The most economical way to learn kayaking SAFELY AND EFFICIENTLY and progress from novice to expert. A great way to meet and socialize with other people who enjoy kayaking. Use your own kayak or rent one – there is a limited number of kayaks available for rental (reservations required – either way !)

    Main Beach Surf and Sport
    352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott, NY 11975. Phone: (631) 537-2716.

    Kayak and canoe lessons, rentals, and tours. We live to surf. We worship the water. We embrace nature, beaches, rocks, snow, wind, trails, raw beauty. We love kids! We teach them. They teach us. We’re all over local charities. Our shop rocks! We’ve been here longest and we’re the biggest – with more surfboards, wetsuits, beach wear, stand up paddling gear, kayaks, rack systems, accessories – all the best brands. No one knows the Hamptons like we do. We know the hot spots and take you on the most breathtaking tours. Our teachers are super experienced. Like we said, we’re the Hamptons natural resource.

    The Waterfront Center
    1 West End Ave., Oyster Bay, NY 11771 Phone: (516) 922-SAIL.

    Kayak and boat rentals. Take the hassle and committment of owning your own boat and consider paying an hourly fee to rent from a selection of our boats. A great option for casual sailors and an excellent opportunity to test-drive different models. Choose from 5 different sailboats within our fleet of over 20 vessels: Islander 30’s, 23′ Sonars, Rhodes 19’s, PiXels and Sunfish. You may also choose to rent kayaks or SUP’s (Stand Up Paddle Boards) for the day. They are all available seven days a week from mid-April to October during our normal business hours. All first-time sailors are required to undergo a check-out sail to determine ability. Spinnaker gear is also available to WFC certified sailors only for an additional fee of $25.

    Glacier Bay Sports
    81-C Fort Salonga Rd.,Northport, NY 11768. Phone: (631) 262-9116.

    Kayaking sales, rentals, lessons, tours. Long Island’s beautiful waterways can be enjoyed by all through the rental of a kayak. Our on the water location provides easy access to scenic and historic Northport Harbor on the North Shore. Rentals are easy and provide a great way to spend a few hours or a full day with family or friends. Rentals are typically done on a first come first serve basis, but with 100’s of boats at each shop in the rental fleet there is generally no problem getting on the water.

    Peconic Paddler
    89 Peconic Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901 Phone: (631) 727-9895.

    Sales and rentals.Canoeing the Peconic River. Easy Paddling – A relaxing eight mile canoe trip on the Peconic River takes about four hours as you paddle through beautiful woods, part of the Long Island Pine Barrens. We are open Thursday through Sunday.

    Bob's Canoe Rental
    Smithtown, NY 11787. Phone: (631) 269-9761.

    We are located on the Nissequogue River, in Smithown, Long Island, New York, and we are Long Island’s oldest and finest canoe and kayak livery, featuring easy paddling for the beginner, abundant bird life and a pristine salt marsh environment. We offer Canoe and Kayak rentals and tours on this 5 1/2 mile stretch of unspoiled river.

    Nissequogue River Canoe and Kayak Rentals
    112 Whittier Dr., Kings Park, NY 11754. Phone: (631) 979-8244.

    Canoeing and kayaking on the beautiful Nissequogue River- Long Island’s best kept secret. Paddle along 5 1/2 miles of unspoiled nature at its finest. Enjoy an affordable mini-vacation along Long Island’s scenic north shore. Trips available for the Peconic River and most Long Island waterways. Also available, canoe instruction and guided kayak tours.

    Department of Environmental Conservation Launch Sites – Dutchess County

    Click on above link for list of public launch sites.

    Kittatiny Canoes
    2 locations: 3854 Route 97, Barryville, NY 12719 and 2389 Rt. 97, Pond Eddy, NY 12770. Phone:1-800-356-2852.

    For more than 70 years and three generations, our family has been providing outdoor fun for friends, families and visitors who want to experience the Delaware River and all that it has to offer. From rafting, canoeing, kayaking and tubing to camping, paintball and zipping, we provide our guests with diverse river trips through two National Recreation areas, pristine camping sites and a gorgeous view of the Delaware River Valley on the mountain where paintball and zip line adventures begin. We invite you to see what thousands of others have come to know and love about the Delaware River. -Ruth & Dave Jones, Owners

    Indian Head Canoes and Rafts
    3883 RT 97, Barryville, NY 12719. Phone: 1-800-874-2628

    Get ready for an adventure to remember at Indian Head Canoes & Rafts! Delaware River rafting, canoeing, and kayaking is fun and exciting for everyone. Unique to the Delaware River, we also offer a variety of overnight lodging…deluxe cabins, riverside log cabins, group bunkhouse and campgrounds.
    For 38 years, Indian Head Canoes and Rafts has been a leader on the Delaware River, providing all you need to make your visit comfortable. Canoe on The Delaware River. Kick back for a gentle calm water float or go all out for an exciting white water trip. Then relax and enjoy their popular chicken & steak barbecue with all the trimmings. Sleep under the stars in their riverside campground, unique bunkhouse or cozy log cabins. Canoeing on the Delaware at its best!

    Lander's River Trips
    5961 State Route 97, Narrowsburg, NY 12764. Phone: 1-800-252-3925.

    We are located just a short driving distance from New York City and nestled between the Catskills and Pocono Mountains, on the Scenic Delaware River. Lander’s River Trips has been providing Delaware River canoeing, Delaware River kayaking and Pocono’s rafting trips for its clients since 1955. Come stay with us at one of our 4 campgrounds on the Delaware River. Delaware River camping is fun for the whole family or your entire group. Everyone is welcome from individuals to very large groups. Bring your scouts or youth group to Upstate New York and experience NY Rafting, tubing the Delaware River, riverfront camping, or even Pocono’s white water rafting. We offer nature at its finest like Eagle watching, hunting, fishing, and float trips. All of our river activities provide a way to reduce stress and have some fun. Why not plan your next family vacation or company retreat with us and come white water rafting in New York.

    Mountain Valley Guides
    2 Idlewild Ave., Cornwall on Hudson, NY 12520. Phone: (845) 661-1923.

    With the most tours, a variety of locations and some of the best kayak guides on the river, Mountain Valley Guides is the premiere kayak outfitter in the Hudson Valley. The Hudson River offers fantastic kayaking opportunities, with open water, calm marshes, amazing sunsets, and beautiful scenery . Let Mountain Valley Guides be a part of your summer adventure as we paddle to the base of the Palisades Cliffs, explore the castle on Bannerman’s Island , search for bald eagles in Moodna Marsh or hangout at our “Now Famous” Sandbar BBQ on our own island. NEW YORK CITY RESIDENTS – Our Hastings-on-Hudson location is only steps away from the Metro North Station (Hudson Line), just a 30 minute ride to amazing kayaking. Hastings is a great place to spend the day with cool places to grab apres kayaking lunch/dinner and drinks. Great views of the Palisades Cliffs and of the New York City Skyline.

    Storm King Adventure Tours
    178 Hudson St.,Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12520. Phone: (845) 534-7800.

    Storm King Adventure Tours is your one-stop destination for Hudson Valley outdoor adventures. Contact us to set up your day trip, weekend, or vacation activities, and we’ll make sure you and your family or other group have a safe and exciting time.

    The River Connection
    9 West Market St.,Hyde Park, NY 12538. Phone: (845) 229-0595 or (845) 242-4731.

    The River Connection is New York’s Hudson River Valley year-round resource for all things paddling. The River Connection is so much more than a paddling specialty shop, offering: guided tours, accredited instructional programs; a refined selection of paddlers gear; expert installation; outfitting and advice. The River Connection is the Hudson River Valley Paddlers Resource and Gear Shop.
    Owned and operated by a husband and wife team who are both American Canoe Association Instructors, The River Connection is a place where you can always expect prompt, professional service by qualified and professional paddlers. Offers kayaking tours and instruction.

    Atlantic Kayak Tours
    2 locations: Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center 1 Annsville Circle, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10566. Phone: (914) 739-2588 Norrie Point Paddlesport Center at Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park Route 9, Staatsburg, NY 12580 Phone:(845) 889-8461

    Atlantic Kayak Tours is the largest and most experienced kayak outfitter in the New York tri-state area, specializing on the Hudson River Valley. We offer over 75 different kayak tours and instructional programs from New Jersey to Cape Cod. Tours and instructional programs are offered at our Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center and Norrie Point Paddlesport Center located in New York on the Hudson River.

    Hudson Valley Outfitters
    63 Main St. Cold Spring, NY 10516. Phone: (845) 265-0221.

    One hour scenic train ride up the Hudson Line from NYC. One block from the Cold Spring Metro North Train Station! You’ll find Great Clothing and Footwear for Hiking, Paddling and Keeping Fit!
    Kayak Sales, Tours, Rentals and Instruction

    Columbia County

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    Dutchess County

    Department of Environmental Conservation Launch Sites – Dutchess County

    Click on above link for list of public launch sites.

    The River Connection
    9 West Market St.,Hyde Park, NY 12538. Phone: (845) 229-0595 or (845) 242-4731.

    The River Connection is New York’s Hudson River Valley year-round resource for all things paddling. The River Connection is so much more than a paddling specialty shop, offering: guided tours, accredited instructional programs; a refined selection of paddlers gear; expert installation; outfitting and advice. The River Connection is the Hudson River Valley Paddlers Resource and Gear Shop.
    Owned and operated by a husband and wife team who are both American Canoe Association Instructors, The River Connection is a place where you can always expect prompt, professional service by qualified and professional paddlers. Offers kayaking tours and instruction.

    Atlantic Kayak Tours
    2 locations: Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center 1 Annsville Circle, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10566. Phone: (914) 739-2588 Norrie Point Paddlesport Center at Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park Route 9, Staatsburg, NY 12580 Phone:(845) 889-8461

    Atlantic Kayak Tours is the largest and most experienced kayak outfitter in the New York tri-state area, specializing on the Hudson River Valley. We offer over 75 different kayak tours and instructional programs from New Jersey to Cape Cod. Tours and instructional programs are offered at our Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center and Norrie Point Paddlesport Center located in New York on the Hudson River.

    Long Island

    West Hills County Park
    Sweet Hollow Rd., Huntington, NY 11743. Phone: (631) 854-4423.

    No kayak or rowboat rental but launch access. Picturesque, well-groomed nature trails, including the historic Walt Whitman Trail to Jayne’s Hill (Long Island’s highest peak, at an elevation of 400 feet), wind through this highly popular, mixed-deciduous forested park. West Hills flora and fauna include wild Mountain Laurel, Moccasin Flower, several fern species, salamanders, turtles, chipmunk, squirrel and red fox. Horses (both privately owned and leased from the on-site public Sweet Hills Stables) enjoy some of the finest and most picturesque bridle paths on Long Island at West Hills County Park. Camping at West Hills is offered to organized youth groups only. Campsites, lean-tos, and primitive shelters are available year-round. Reservations are required. Sweet Hollow Hall, a former church, now serves as a public meeting hall for several not-for-profit organizations and clubs. Starflower Experiences, Inc., offers environmental education programs for children at the hall. Sweet Hollow Hall is a handicapped accessible facility.

    Smiths Point Beach
    Fire Island, Shirley, NY 11967. Phone: (631) 852-1313.

    No kayak or rowboat rental but launch access. Smith Point – the county’s largest oceanfront park – offers swimming, scuba diving, surfing, saltwater fishing, camping, outer beach access, food concession, playground, showers, & special events in season.

    Southaven County Park
    Victory Ave., Brookhaven, NY 11719. Phone: (631) 854-1414.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    The Carmans River flows through this scenic, pine-oak forested park. Southaven is a popular picnicking site, containing group areas capable of accommodating up to 1,000 people. Southaven’s 1,356 acres also offer a bicycle hostel. Boating and freshwater fishing are permitted. Camping is also available, with sites for tents and trailers.

    Shinnecock East County Park
    Dune Rd., Southampton, NY 11968. Phone: (631) 852-8899.

    No kayak or rowboat rental but launch access.
    Flanking the eastern border of the Shinnecock Inlet where it meets the Atlantic Ocean, this rugged, undeveloped barrier beach park includes both ocean and bay beach recreation areas. Shinnecock is a favorite spot for striped bass fishing. Off-road recreational vehicles may drive on the outer (ocean) beach. 100 campsites on the outer beach are available to self-contained campers with a valid Suffolk County Parks Green Key Card. No tent camping is permitted. A small parking lot is available for Green Key card holders who do not have an Outer Beach Recreational Vehicle Permit. Vehicles with Suffolk County Parks Outer Beach Recreational Vehicle Permit must park on the beach.

    Sears Bellows County Park
    Bellows Pond Rd. Hampton Bays, NY 11946. Phone: (631) 852-8290.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    Nestled within the Long Island Pine Barrens, Sears Bellows offers a broad range of recreational opportunities to Suffolk County residents and tourists. Campsites for both tents and trailers are available. Rowboat rentals are offered on freshwater Bellows Pond. Sears Bellows’ extensive trail system attracts hikers and horseback riders from all points, east and west. Riders may use the park with a horseback riding permit. This park is closed to certain activities during waterfowl hunting season. Sears Bellows Park is a sportsman’s paradise. Freshwater fishing for bluegill, bass, perch and pickerel, with bait, is permitted between sunrise and sunset. New York State regulations apply to all sporting activities.

    Lake Ronkonkoma County Park
    Lake Shore Rd, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 . Phone: (631) 854-9699.

    No kayak or boat rental but launch access. This scenic park offers a variety of recreational opportunities to the public. The facilities include a fishing area with a handicapped accessible fishing pier, baseball fields, handball courts, basketball courts, and a picnic area.

    Lakeland County Park
    Johnson Ave. Islandia, NY 11749. Phone: (631) 853-2727.

    No kayak or boat rental but launch access. This fully accessible facility, designed for the disabled and their families, includes a nature trail-boardwalk over the head-waters of the Connetquot River, affording unique views of wetland vegetation, waterfowl and fish. Organizational group use is available on a reservation basis.

    Indian Island County Park
    Cross River Dr Rte 105, Riverhead, NY 11901. Phone: (631) 852-3232.

    No kayak or boat rental but launch access. This 275 acre Indian Island County Park, at the estuarine mouth of the Peconic River, is open to the public year-round for a variety of activities. Camping is immensely popular at Indian Island, with trailer and tent campsites open to organized groups, individuals and camping clubs. Restrooms and shower facilities are available for the comfort of all campers. What was formerly the “island” at Indian Island County Park is now connected to the mainland by a causeway composed entirely of white sands. Remote, yet easily accessible to all, this “island”, complete with picnic tables, grills, comfortable benches and views of a glistening and peaceful Flanders Bay, offers one of the finest picnicking sites available in Suffolk County.

    Cupsogue Beach in East Moriches
    Dune Rd., Westhampton, NY 11977. Phone: (631) 852-8111.

    No kayak or boat rentals but kayak launch access.
    This 296 acre barrier beach park offers lifeguard-supervised swimming, sunbathing on white sand beaches and some of the finest saltwater bass fishing to be had on the Island. A food concession (www.thebeachhuts.com), restrooms, first aid center, showers and changing rooms are all conveniently situated at Cupsogue’s pavillion. Campers and recreational vehicles are permitted along the access road running parallel to the outer beach. Diving is permitted at slack tide on the bay side of the park only. Water depth is approximately 12′. *Recreational Vehicle Permit is required for outer beach access and camping.

    Cedar Point County Park
    East Hampton, NY 11937. Phone: (631) 852-7620.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    The 607 acre Cedar Point, with commanding views of Gardiner’s Bay, offers individual and organized group camping areas. Picnic areas, boat rentals, nature trails, vehicular access to the outer beach (with permit only), licensed hunting for waterfowl (in season), surfcasting for bass and bluefish. The Cedar Point General Store and Snack Bar, operated by Kaelins, offers Saturday night family movies on the lawn behind the store and free use of recreational equipment. Settled in 1651, Cedar Point was once a busy port for shipping farm goods, fish, and timber from Sag Harbor. The historic Cedar Point Lighthouse stood on an island 200 yards from shore when it was built in 1860. Its beacon served to guide whaling ships in and out of Sag Harbor during its heyday as a major port. The hurricane of 1938 transformed the shoreline, shifting sands to create a narrow walkable strip that now connects the lighthouse with the mainland.

    Blydenburgh County Park
    Veterans Memorial Hwy, Smithtown, NY 11787. Phone: (631) 854-3713.

    No kayak rentals but access for launching your own kayak. They do have rowboat rentals.
    Richly forested hills and valleys at the headwaters of the Nissequogue River, rowing and fishing on lovely Stump Pond, casual strolls through the Blydenburgh Farm and New Mill Historic District featuring a grist mill…these are but a few of the attractions of Blydenburgh County Park. This 627 acre park is open year-round to Suffolk County residents and their guests. Horseback riders may ride or trailer their mounts to Blydenburgh to utilize an extensive bridle path system and practice ring. Trailer parking is available at the northern (New Mill Road) entrance. Suffolk County horseback riding permits are required and must be visibly displayed by all riders. Freshwater fishing for pumpkinseed sunfish, large-mouth bass, perch and bluegill is permitted at Stump Pond between sunrise and sunset. New York State freshwater fishing laws apply. Rowboat rentals are generally available from mid-May to Labor Day. Use the southern (Veteran’s Memorial Highway) entrance for these activities. Hikes through Blydenburgh are led on a regular basis by the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference, whose headquarters are located in one of the historic district houses. For a hike schedule, contact the Greenbelt office at (631)-360-0753.

    Suffolk County Marine Education Center
    3960 Cedar Beach Rd., Southold NY 11971. Phone: (631)852-8660

    Kayaks, instruction, safety courses, canoe tours of 70-acre salt marsh.

    Eagle's Neck Paddling Company
    62300 Main Road (Route 25) Southold, NY 11971. Phone: (631)765-3502.

    Rentals, tours. Eagle’s Neck Paddling Company is dedicated to the sport and spirit of paddling and the enjoyment of nature at its most intimate level. Paddling lets you quietly enter a unique habitat and closely observe its wildlife, undisturbed. The North Fork of Long island offers infinite opportunities to experience its natural beauty. It has miles of coastline as well as numerous inlets, creeks and marshes. You can watch heron, osprey and hawks soar overhead. You can see geese, swans and egrets feed along the shore. You can observe fish, turtles and marine plants in its clear waterways. We carry a varied selection of kayaks and paddling gear to accommodate all levels of skill and needs. Whether you want the flexibility of family paddling or the solitude of a touring craft, it can be found here. Try a kayak on for size. A tour or rental will help you decide! We have certified instructors who can help you make a choice.

    Empire Kayaks
    4 Empire Blvd., Island Park, NY 11558. Phone: (516) 889-8300.

    Situated on the water in Island Park, NY, Empire Kayaks carries a complete line of top quality SUP’S, kayaks and accessories. Our waterfront location provides access to sensational paddling. Experience nature and wildlife from a new perspective as you paddle the bays,creeks and marshes of Nassau County’s South Shore. Stop by our store for all your kayaking needs. Sales, equipment, rentals, instruction & tours, we have it all! Your first stop for kayak sales and kayak SUP rentals on Long Island.

    Sea Kayaking Skills and Adventures, Ltd.
    Locations in western Long Island and Connecticut. Phone:(203)903-5705

    Lessons and tours.

    Setauket Harbor Canoes and Kayaks
    30 Shore Rd East Setauket, NY 11733 Phone: (631)751-2706.

    Canoe and kayak rentals.

    Amagansett Beach and Bicycle
    624 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, NY 11930. Phone: (631) 267-6325.

    Kayak rentals, lessons, tours.The Amagansett Beach & Bicycle Company sells, rents and repairs bicycles, kayaks, surfboards, boogie boards, skateboards, rowing shells and stand up paddleboards [SUP]. You can learn to row, kayak, surf or stand up paddleboard from our expert instructors
    Take a one and 1/2 to two hour guided tour / lesson of beautiful Accabonac Harbor on easy and comfortable kayaks.

    Long Island Kayak Club
    Multiple locations. Phone: (631) 691- 2396.

    The most economical way to learn kayaking SAFELY AND EFFICIENTLY and progress from novice to expert. A great way to meet and socialize with other people who enjoy kayaking. Use your own kayak or rent one – there is a limited number of kayaks available for rental (reservations required – either way !)

    Main Beach Surf and Sport
    352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott, NY 11975. Phone: (631) 537-2716.

    Kayak and canoe lessons, rentals, and tours. We live to surf. We worship the water. We embrace nature, beaches, rocks, snow, wind, trails, raw beauty. We love kids! We teach them. They teach us. We’re all over local charities. Our shop rocks! We’ve been here longest and we’re the biggest – with more surfboards, wetsuits, beach wear, stand up paddling gear, kayaks, rack systems, accessories – all the best brands. No one knows the Hamptons like we do. We know the hot spots and take you on the most breathtaking tours. Our teachers are super experienced. Like we said, we’re the Hamptons natural resource.

    The Waterfront Center
    1 West End Ave., Oyster Bay, NY 11771 Phone: (516) 922-SAIL.

    Kayak and boat rentals. Take the hassle and committment of owning your own boat and consider paying an hourly fee to rent from a selection of our boats. A great option for casual sailors and an excellent opportunity to test-drive different models. Choose from 5 different sailboats within our fleet of over 20 vessels: Islander 30’s, 23′ Sonars, Rhodes 19’s, PiXels and Sunfish. You may also choose to rent kayaks or SUP’s (Stand Up Paddle Boards) for the day. They are all available seven days a week from mid-April to October during our normal business hours. All first-time sailors are required to undergo a check-out sail to determine ability. Spinnaker gear is also available to WFC certified sailors only for an additional fee of $25.

    Glacier Bay Sports
    81-C Fort Salonga Rd.,Northport, NY 11768. Phone: (631) 262-9116.

    Kayaking sales, rentals, lessons, tours. Long Island’s beautiful waterways can be enjoyed by all through the rental of a kayak. Our on the water location provides easy access to scenic and historic Northport Harbor on the North Shore. Rentals are easy and provide a great way to spend a few hours or a full day with family or friends. Rentals are typically done on a first come first serve basis, but with 100’s of boats at each shop in the rental fleet there is generally no problem getting on the water.

    Peconic Paddler
    89 Peconic Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901 Phone: (631) 727-9895.

    Sales and rentals.Canoeing the Peconic River. Easy Paddling – A relaxing eight mile canoe trip on the Peconic River takes about four hours as you paddle through beautiful woods, part of the Long Island Pine Barrens. We are open Thursday through Sunday.

    Bob's Canoe Rental
    Smithtown, NY 11787. Phone: (631) 269-9761.

    We are located on the Nissequogue River, in Smithown, Long Island, New York, and we are Long Island’s oldest and finest canoe and kayak livery, featuring easy paddling for the beginner, abundant bird life and a pristine salt marsh environment. We offer Canoe and Kayak rentals and tours on this 5 1/2 mile stretch of unspoiled river.

    Nissequogue River Canoe and Kayak Rentals
    112 Whittier Dr., Kings Park, NY 11754. Phone: (631) 979-8244.

    Canoeing and kayaking on the beautiful Nissequogue River- Long Island’s best kept secret. Paddle along 5 1/2 miles of unspoiled nature at its finest. Enjoy an affordable mini-vacation along Long Island’s scenic north shore. Trips available for the Peconic River and most Long Island waterways. Also available, canoe instruction and guided kayak tours.

    Orange County

    Mountain Valley Guides
    2 Idlewild Ave., Cornwall on Hudson, NY 12520. Phone: (845) 661-1923.

    With the most tours, a variety of locations and some of the best kayak guides on the river, Mountain Valley Guides is the premiere kayak outfitter in the Hudson Valley. The Hudson River offers fantastic kayaking opportunities, with open water, calm marshes, amazing sunsets, and beautiful scenery . Let Mountain Valley Guides be a part of your summer adventure as we paddle to the base of the Palisades Cliffs, explore the castle on Bannerman’s Island , search for bald eagles in Moodna Marsh or hangout at our “Now Famous” Sandbar BBQ on our own island. NEW YORK CITY RESIDENTS – Our Hastings-on-Hudson location is only steps away from the Metro North Station (Hudson Line), just a 30 minute ride to amazing kayaking. Hastings is a great place to spend the day with cool places to grab apres kayaking lunch/dinner and drinks. Great views of the Palisades Cliffs and of the New York City Skyline.

    Storm King Adventure Tours
    178 Hudson St.,Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12520. Phone: (845) 534-7800.

    Storm King Adventure Tours is your one-stop destination for Hudson Valley outdoor adventures. Contact us to set up your day trip, weekend, or vacation activities, and we’ll make sure you and your family or other group have a safe and exciting time.

    Putnam County

    Hudson Valley Outfitters
    63 Main St. Cold Spring, NY 10516. Phone: (845) 265-0221.

    One hour scenic train ride up the Hudson Line from NYC. One block from the Cold Spring Metro North Train Station! You’ll find Great Clothing and Footwear for Hiking, Paddling and Keeping Fit!
    Kayak Sales, Tours, Rentals and Instruction

    Rockland County

    Sullivan County

    Kittatiny Canoes
    2 locations: 3854 Route 97, Barryville, NY 12719 and 2389 Rt. 97, Pond Eddy, NY 12770. Phone:1-800-356-2852.

    For more than 70 years and three generations, our family has been providing outdoor fun for friends, families and visitors who want to experience the Delaware River and all that it has to offer. From rafting, canoeing, kayaking and tubing to camping, paintball and zipping, we provide our guests with diverse river trips through two National Recreation areas, pristine camping sites and a gorgeous view of the Delaware River Valley on the mountain where paintball and zip line adventures begin. We invite you to see what thousands of others have come to know and love about the Delaware River. -Ruth & Dave Jones, Owners

    Indian Head Canoes and Rafts
    3883 RT 97, Barryville, NY 12719. Phone: 1-800-874-2628

    Get ready for an adventure to remember at Indian Head Canoes & Rafts! Delaware River rafting, canoeing, and kayaking is fun and exciting for everyone. Unique to the Delaware River, we also offer a variety of overnight lodging…deluxe cabins, riverside log cabins, group bunkhouse and campgrounds.
    For 38 years, Indian Head Canoes and Rafts has been a leader on the Delaware River, providing all you need to make your visit comfortable. Canoe on The Delaware River. Kick back for a gentle calm water float or go all out for an exciting white water trip. Then relax and enjoy their popular chicken & steak barbecue with all the trimmings. Sleep under the stars in their riverside campground, unique bunkhouse or cozy log cabins. Canoeing on the Delaware at its best!

    Ulster County

    Westchester County

    Champaign Canoeing Ltd.
    30 Beach Rd., Ossining, NY 10562. Phone: 914-762-5121.

    Whitewater open canoe instruction weekends and day trips. Week-long wilderness open canoe white water trips. Open canoe only- no kayaks.

    Lander's River Trips
    5961 State Route 97, Narrowsburg, NY 12764. Phone: 1-800-252-3925.

    We are located just a short driving distance from New York City and nestled between the Catskills and Pocono Mountains, on the Scenic Delaware River. Lander’s River Trips has been providing Delaware River canoeing, Delaware River kayaking and Pocono’s rafting trips for its clients since 1955. Come stay with us at one of our 4 campgrounds on the Delaware River. Delaware River camping is fun for the whole family or your entire group. Everyone is welcome from individuals to very large groups. Bring your scouts or youth group to Upstate New York and experience NY Rafting, tubing the Delaware River, riverfront camping, or even Pocono’s white water rafting. We offer nature at its finest like Eagle watching, hunting, fishing, and float trips. All of our river activities provide a way to reduce stress and have some fun. Why not plan your next family vacation or company retreat with us and come white water rafting in New York.

    Hudson River Recreation
    PO Box 619, Croton On Hudson, NY 10520. Phone: 914-682-5135.

    Come explore New York’s historic Hudson River with Hudson River Recreation. We are the largest guided sea kayak company in Westchester County with trips on the Hudson River, and Tarrytown Lakes. Since 1998, our experienced and friendly staff have guided thousands of guests from the novice to the experienced through some of the most stunning waterways in New York.
    Guided tours are three hours and we provide all the necessary gear and instruction. If you are looking for an opportunity to learn the local history, meet some great people, learn or improve your kayak skills, or just want to enjoy the sun, then Hudson River Recreation is the place for you.

    Atlantic Kayak Tours
    2 locations: Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center 1 Annsville Circle, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10566. Phone: (914) 739-2588 Norrie Point Paddlesport Center at Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park Route 9, Staatsburg, NY 12580 Phone:(845) 889-8461

    Atlantic Kayak Tours is the largest and most experienced kayak outfitter in the New York tri-state area, specializing on the Hudson River Valley. We offer over 75 different kayak tours and instructional programs from New Jersey to Cape Cod. Tours and instructional programs are offered at our Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center and Norrie Point Paddlesport Center located in New York on the Hudson River.

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