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Pal's Favorite Kayak Trips

“To me any day on the water is a good day, but I do have my favorites. Check these out!”

Reconnect Kayaking Trip

RECONNECT

This Historic section once contained a large wooden crib dam built in 1906. Remains of the dam and the pump house still remain today. State Game lands border this section of the Middle Creek providing no shortage of wildlife. Bald Eagles, Whitetail Deer, Ducks and Geese just to name a few. A half day trip covering over 5 miles this trip offers beautiful sites all year long and is the perfect trip to unplug and reconnect with each other and yourself. End your trip here and enjoy the sunset or our deck or around the campfire. Hours to days it's up to you.

 

DISTANCE: 5-8 creek miles

TIME: ½-day/multi-activity

LEVEL: Beginner +

OVERNIGHT AVAILABLE: YES

GROUP FRIENDLY: 2-12

COST: $35-125 per person, depending on length of trip and equipment/activities selected.

Seven Bridges Kayaking Trip

7 BRIDGES

Another great trip of many on the famous Penns Creek. The trip starts at the Camel Back bridge originally built in 1919 was locally known as the "Camelback Bridge" due to a serious camber built into the deck. Traveling south you will pass under a series of bridges from old steel truss railroad bridges to the new pier bridge at the Isle of Que. End your trip here and enjoy the sunset on our deck or around the campfire. Experience life from a different perspective.

 

DISTANCE: 5-10 creek miles

TIME: ½-day/full day/multi-activity

LEVEL: Beginner +

OVERNIGHT AVAILABLE: YES

GROUP FRIENDLY: 2-20

COST: $35-125 per person, depending on length of trip and equipment/activities selected.

Susquehanna Explorer Kayakng Trip

SUSQUEHANNA EXPLORER

Explore the islands of the Susquehanna River. A trip full of history and natural beauty. Do you remember the first time you saw something new and incredible as a child? Experience it again as you travel along this beautiful section of the Susquehanna. Starting at Shady nook and continuing south past the Isle of Que, Fishers Island and Kinney Island as well as several smaller islands until reaching the tip of Hoovers Island.

 

DISTANCE: 5-10 river miles

TIME: ½-day/full day/overnight

LEVEL: Beginner

OVERNIGHT AVAILABLE: YES

GROUP FRIENDLY: 2-20

COST: $35-125 per person, depending on length of trip and equipment selected.

RATING SYSTEM

While large rapids of Class III and above are typically only found during floods the water still contains risks some hidden even at normal heights. Strainers which like their name only allow water to pass through and are a risk. Each trip is rated from "Easy Peazy" to eat your "Wheaties" When choosing a trip remember to stay in your lane and if in doubt "Scout it Out".

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BEGINNER (◊)

"Easy Peazy" Predominately Flat Water with some small rapids Class 1 or lower. Beginner trips are less than 10 miles in length. Easy access to emergency aid.

INTERMEDIATE (◊◊)

Small Rapids Class I to Class II depending on water height narrow passages, twists and turns and a trip length of 10 or more miles. Limited emergency access.

ADVANCED (◊◊◊)

Eat your "Wheaties" These are full day trips covering 10+ miles. Home to some of the remote sections of the water often having extremely limited emergency access. Multi-Activity and trips designed to challenge you both physically and mentally.