Sea Kayaking Trails in Massachusetts
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Sea Kayaking Trails in Massachusetts

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6 - 32 mi
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Massachusetts has 28 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 6 to 32 miles in length. The most popular trails are Wellfleet Harbor: Great Island to Jeremy Point, Salem Sound: Devereux Beach to Misery Islands and Essex River: Circumnavigation of Cross Island. Trails.com member David M. recently completed Plum Island: Circumnavigation.
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The mouth of the Merrimack at Newburyport is a strong and exciting place. The 115-mile ...
Less than a mile off Rockport, Thacher, the 50-acre rockbound island marked by its twin ...
Cape Ann thrusts a gnarly head into the great Atlantic and makes for dramatic paddling ...
The marshes on this trip are beautiful, the surf created by sand shoals off Crane Beach ...
Paddle miles of public access shoreline, including five uninterrupted miles of undeveloped ...
Sandy bluffs, dunes, and beaches are a short paddle from the heart of Wellfleet ...
Take a short, usually sheltered paddle to Sandy Neck, a 7-mile barrier beach with campsites ...
Sea kayaking or canoeing at Monomoy usually turns into hiking, said AMC Cape Cod paddler ...
Great Island in Wellfleet is one of the most remote areas on the Cape. The island, like ...
The Boston Harbor Islands provide a wilderness paddling experience within the Boston metropolis ...
Salem Sound’s main attraction is the dozen offshore rocky islands, including the beautiful ...
Paddle a relatively sheltered, pastoral river with plenty of osprey and the lure of ice ...
Camping in the heart of wild Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Reserve after less than 1.5 ...
Thousands of seals and birds pack onto miles of sandy beaches here. The launch: A 100-foot ...
Paddle in relatively sheltered creeks that wind through salt marshes to remote beache ...
The East Branch of the Westport River is a good option when 20-to-30-knot northwest winds ...
This is a fine trip to take in mid-August or early September when the great blue herons ...
The view of Provincetown from the water, three lighthouses, and miles of sandy beach. ...
Get a push from the current in the Annisquam to help you cover the same route of the famed ...
The eastern shore of Buzzards Bay is good day-trip paddling territory. Trips here provide ...
The Elizabeth Islands form a 16-mile archipelago that extends southwest from Woods Hole ...
A popular sea kayak trip is a circumnavigation of Plum Island, about a 19-mile excursion. ...
Circumnavigate an island with a variety of salt marshes and rocky shores. The shore ...
Multihued clay bluffs rise over a sandy beach for exquisite paddling. At the west end ...
Wind through Duxbury Marsh, then paddle past miles of sandy beach to views of Gurnet Point ...
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