Sea Kayaking Trails in New York
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Sea Kayaking Trails in New York

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1 - 13 mi
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New York has 63 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 1.9 to 13 miles in length. The most popular trails are Niagara River, Setauket Harbor and Northport Harbor. Trails.com member Noannl H. recently completed Montauk Highway to Squassux Landing.
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This route follows a section of the Niagara River from the river’s mouth on Lake Ontario ...
Launching from the small beach off the town parking lot positions you optimally to begin ...
Paddlers have a multitude of options to choose from once they’ve launched from the village ...
After you launch on North Sea Harbor, you can paddle down a small creek that runs for ...
When beginning your trip from the Smithtown put-in, head south after entering the water ...
Although the Orient Beach State Park kayak launch is actually just a small trail leading ...
Unless you’re continuing a paddle from the Upper Carmans, the floating dock at the vacant ...
Paddling around Captree Island is one of those trips that take a bit of extra work just ...
Enjoy the fun of an active lake that features a United States Coast Guard station and ...
Paddle peaceful, lovely waters to find ducks, green herons, terns, snowy egrets, piping ...
Adored by Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay features an abundant number of birds, gorgeous ...
Enjoy the national park system’s only national wildlife refuge, and check out hundreds ...
Paddle past islands, along shorelines, and through lagoons for beautiful views of Long ...
Irondequoit Bay in Rochester is typical of many bays along the south shore of Lake Ontario ...
The navigation aids on the St. Lawrence River are mainly the light-on-a-stick variety, ...
Because the put-in in Greenpoint sits closer to the midway point of Newtown Creek than ...
The northernmost put-in on the Bronx River is at Shoelace Park on East 219th Street. The ...
At the harbor’s southernmost end, the beach at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park is ideally ...
As you climb into your boat and begin your trip south on Meadow Brook, you’ll feel as ...
Although the Great South Bay beckons just a few hundred feet south of the put-in, heading ...
Launching from the small beach off Little Neck Road puts you on a small section of Shinnecock ...
To paddle along the pristine shoreline of the Mashomack Preserve, you must fi rst cross ...
You should have a fairly good view of Robins Island and the crossing you’re about to embark ...
In a harbor with as much boat traffi c (including a large car ferry) as Port Jefferson’s, ...
Although there are numerous put-ins along the Peconic River, most paddlers begin their ...
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