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Statue of Liberty Tour
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Skill Level: Challenging

Departs: Aug, Sep,

Cost: $60-$90

Length: 2 hrs

Kayaking - Statue of Liberty Tour - NJLiberty State Park, Jersey City, NJ
Sunset tour, 6:30 pm launch
With a spectacular view of Manhattan, Liberty State Park is one of New Jersey's most dramatic parks and one of our favorite launch spots. We'll depart from the Park, paddle out into the Hudson River and circumnavigate Liberty Island. As the sun sets behind her, you'll get an up-close view of Lady Liberty from the cockpit of your kayak. Bring your camera for this unique photo opportunity. (Some kayak experience is required for this paddle.)
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Chesapeake Bay B&B - Kayak Weekend
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Sep,

Length: 2 1/2 days

Kayaking - Chesapeake Bay B&B - Kayak Weekend - MD2 1/2 days of paddling on beautiful Chesapeake Bay. Relaxing, peaceful nights at historic Wades Point Inn on the Bay. Bald eagle, osprey and great blue heron abound and we're sure to spot many on our journey. In the evenings we'll enjoy the Eastern Shore's freshest seafood as local Island watermen harvest the bay's bounty daily.
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Delaware River Tours
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Skill Level: Easy-Intermed.

Departs: Jun, Aug, Oct,

Cost: $50-$60

Length: 3-5 hours

Kayaking - Delaware River Tours - NJDelaware Water Gap National Recreation Area: The Delaware River and its free-flowing beauty, recognized as a National Wild and Scenic River, is a great place to kayak. With a little current carrying us along, we'll guide you through one of the most scenic sections, the Delaware Water Gap.
Kittatinny Point to Belvidere: Continuing down the Delaware we encounter a beauty comparable to the higher sections but with a few more, and bigger, waves to add to the excitement.
Washington Crossing/D&R Canal: December 25, 1776, General George Washington crossed the Delaware River with his troops. Today, we'll paddle up the adjacent D&R Canal and, after lunch, cross over to the river for a leisurely paddle back with the current. We end the day by retracing General Washington's historic crossing in our kayaks!
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