New York State
Posted by: Bibi on May-27-14 11:25 AM (EST)
-- Last Updated: May-27-14 11:49 AM EST --
Looking for a nice place for a 3 day kayak tour in New York State. If possible not more than 3 hours away from NYC. We will have a
child with us and we will have to rent the equipment.
Any advice would be great!
First Need Purifier
1 Canoe/Kayak Trailer
Classic Freestanding Rack
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Posted by: radskierman on May-27-14 1:21 PM (EST)
New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, NY State|
Posted by: Bibi on May-29-14 7:20 AM (EST)
Hi! Thanks for the reply. Any recommendations further east? Our next stop after NYC is Boston. The recommended area looks beautiful but would be too far out of the way for us. Any recommendations for New Hampshire, Vermont, eastern part of New York State or maybe even in Maine? Looking forward to your replies.
Posted by: briansnat on May-29-14 8:40 AM (EST)
Oswegatchie River in the Adirondacks is nice. Inlet to High Falls and back would be a lesiurely 3 day trip
Posted by: richardp on Jun-01-14 11:28 AM (EST)
Try to find the "Quiet Water Canoe Guide" for New York by the Appalachian Mountain Club. It covers much of the state of NY. I believe there is one for N.H. as well.
Posted by: Bibi on Jun-04-14 4:01 AM (EST)
Richard, thanks for the reply. Will check it out
So far nobody has mentioned New Jersey|
Posted by: kayamedic on Jun-01-14 12:22 PM (EST)
Why not with a kid?|
Posted by: Bibi on Jun-04-14 4:00 AM (EST)
Why not with a kid?
Because of the strong tidal currents|
Posted by: kayamedic on Jun-04-14 10:14 AM (EST)
around Manhattan that preclude advanced kayakers at times and heavy boat traffic.
Posted by: datakoll on Jun-05-14 7:03 PM (EST)
A few ideas|
Posted by: fourrunner on Jun-05-14 8:59 PM (EST)
Without knowing your paddling skills or the age of your child, it's a little tough to be specific. But I'll throw out a few options for three day- two night trips within three hours of NYC in the tri-state area.