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School Kayak Trips

Educational groups from both public and private sectors have enjoyed outdoor adventures with us. Kayaking is one of the most popular activities providing faculty the opportunity to focus upon team building, as well as individual accomplishment ,U.S. history and natural history in an entertaining environment. Below are just a few examples of the many trips we can design specifically to fit your educational goals.

School Kayaking Trip


Education, Education, Education. Education in Science's, in Math, in Life. The opportunity for distractions our children face today far outnumber what we as parents and teachers faced in years gone by. Our goal is to create an experience that provides formal education in a relaxing atmosphere while also providing and environment for developing social and self development skills. This trip is designed to fit your needs by allowing you to customize the length from 2 hours up to a full day on the water. Ending your trip here with small portable classrooms for creek side recaps on the days lesson. Catered and box lunches available.


DISTANCE: 5-8 creek miles

TIME: ½-day

LEVEL: Beginner



COST: $60-125 per person, depending on length of trip and equipment/activities selected.

Isle of Que Kayaking Trip


Looking for a great fundraiser or just an opportunity to Explore some of the many islands of the Susquehanna River. This full day trip is full of local history and natural beauty. With multiple access points you can customize your time on the water to fit the groups needs. Starting at the beautiful 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. Catering as well as box lunches are available.


DISTANCE: 5-10 River Miles

TIME:½-day/Full Day

LEVEL: Beginner



COST: $60-125 per person, depending on length of trip and equipment/activities selected.


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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"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.


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.


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.