Adirondack Waterways for

Boaters, Paddlers, Rafters and more ....


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The Adirondack Park contains more than 3,000 lakes and ponds and 6,000 miles of rivers and streams; the largest lake being beautiful Lake Champlain.  Adirondack paddling fun ranges from whitewater chutes to glassy shiny ponds.   The Adirondacks remain one of the world's great destination of wilderness canoeing & kayaking.  The acquisitions of the Park continue to increase, so we welcome your contribution (or paddling story) of your tall tale experience while visiting our Park. 


The newest fun is Geo caching spots.  Go find one, or make one, and have a nice treasure hunt while paddling our beautiful Adirondack scenery.


Below are many enjoyable waterways to start enjoying!   The America's Byways suggests checking out our of the Champlain Heritage Locks Passage Tour.   Before you go out on H2O waterways, please be sure to check your Paddling Guidebooks and Maps (see resources below).   Please keep safety in mind at all times.  Other resources that you may find helpful are our Guide Services or Pack & Paddle Directory for more detailsBy sharing, we better our world.   Put a smile on a new friend's face!   Share your water adventure stories and publish your special story.   Patronized our businesses. Thank you.

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Paddling - Flatwater (up to Class D)

Ausable Marsh

Ausable Point State Campgrounds

Ausable River, West Branch

(some Class I riffles) - Rt. 73 bridge, or 1.5 miles down Riverside Dr., Ausable

Boquet River, Willsboro

below the fish ladder

Chubb River

good bird watching too, may need to lift over beaver dams

Lake Champlain

sea kayak. Westport to Split Rock Point to Essex

Newcomb Lake/Camp Santanoni Preserve

Rich Lake & Harris Lake

public beach


Saranac Lakes' Chain, Saranac Lake

(also Oseetah Lake)

Saranac River

Class II water before Franklin Falls Pond.  Franklin Falls Road provides access

Schroon River, North Hudson to Schroon Lake, scenic 15 mile trip

Cascade Lakes at the public forest

The Chateaugay Lakes

(2 wide lakes connected by channel, 10.5 miles, summer resort, check out Bluff Point) 

Lincoln Pond


Putnam Pond


Eagle Lake


West Branch Ausable River

(8 miles of tranquil water w/dense woods, Class I riffles & 1 carry, spring is best)

Raquette River

(17 miles from Pearcefield to Carry Falls Reservoir, offers exciting whitewater, 2 waterfalls, borders state land, water level is critical)

North Branch Grass River

(16.5 miles w/mix of rapids and flatwater,  Class II & IV to moderate size double hydraulics before Harpers Falls,  carry is required)

Sacandaga River

(empties into Hudson River @ Hadley Lake.  Dam is 3 miles w/Class II)

Hudson River*

(N. River to N. Creek, 5 miles for Class II rapids then 18 miles to Schroon River for exciting Class III)

Lower Schroon River

(27 miles with mix of long flatwater to some exciting Class III-IV, scout before running)

* Hudson River Trivia:  Mt. Marcy's Lake Tear of the Clouds, is the highest pond source for the mighty Hudson River.   From humble beginnings, the Hudson flows 275 miles into New York City to the Atlantic Ocean.



Paddling - Whitewater (Class II plus)

Ausable River, East Branch

carries at Hull's Falls, fish dam at Upper Jay and waterfalls at Jay

Boquet River in the Spring

at Elizabethtown to I-87 overpass becomes Class III drop & rapids.  25 mile stretch thereafter to Lake Champlain (waterfalls at Wadham)

Boreas River

(experts only,  paddlers in closed boats) remove

Upper Hudson River

(Class III-IV rapids) guide service available

Hudson River Gorge

no open canoes, Class V rapids w/hydraulics, souse holes and high standing waves at N. River

Lower Moose River

(Old Forge Region - 17 miles demanding Class V+ Rapids)

Saranac River

(starting out as slow moving flatwater up to Class III at Permanent Rapids before Franklin Falls, .4 mile carry)

"Silver Staircase" 

(7 mile run of whitewater, advance, Class IV)

Middle Branch Moose River

(Old Forge Region - float down w/gradual picks up to some exciting Class II rapids)

Little River

(lower 6 miles technical Class III, upper is quiet Class I, 2 short carries)

Middle Branch Oswegatchie River (spectacular branch plunges over waterfalls thru gorge, drop 90 ' in 1st 2 miles, adrenalin with Class III rapids.  Scouting necessary.  2nd half 12 mile run is calm Class I)

Lampson Falls Area

(spectacular stretch requiring different paddling skills, flatwater to falls, to abrupt changes, drops, cascades and up to Class V.  Only experts should try the lower section)

Upper Hudson River & Hudson River Gorge

(12 miles from Newcomb to Indian River, beautiful remote w/Class III rapids at Ord Falls, blends into the turbulent Hudson River Gorge w/difficult Class V w/hydraulics, souse holes & high standing water.  Experts only!)

Lower West Branch Sacandaga River (8 miles w/up to Class II rapids, spring is best, steep gradient of 55' per mile)

Sacandaga River

(from Rt. 30, slalom of almost continuous fast whitewater, up to Class III.  Lake Alqonguin 4 miles to run. Best done at high water)


Paddling - Outback Country


Adirondack Guides have been helping visitors since Thomas Jefferson once ventured here in the Adirondacks.  Call upon the services of a guide for your canoe or kayak outing.  Adirondack earliest guides were trappers, loggers and native Americans leading pioneers and explorers.  Today's guides are still strong showing tourist through the woods.  Many guides share tall tales and are truly enjoyable.  (Visit our "Guide" Section.)  Call Adirondack Regional Tourism Council for your Visitors Guide (800-487-6867).


Little Tupper Lake & Rock Pond

(William C. Whitney Area, 9 bodies of water, 30 campsites, moderate wind advisory, anglers catch & release)

Santa Clara Tract

(along the St. Regis River, above Everton Falls & Deer River Meadows)

Croghan Tract

(include Mud Pond, Sand Pond & Gregg Lake in the western ADK)

Toley Pond Tract

mixture of flatwater & whitewater on the S. Branch Grass River.  Scenic waterfalls.)

Beaver River Canoe Route

(Old Forge Region, 14 mile paddle thru reservoirs & channels  1-877-85-ORION)

Sand Pond-Mud Pond Area

(Old Forge Region - part of the Croghan tract, .2 mile carry in, marshy shores, narrow corridor streams)

Cranberry Lake

(bays & flows, great hiking too, 46 campsites)  Outlet starts 1.8 miles downstream from bridge, windy flat water to Newton Falls Reservoir

Francis Lake

(Old Forge Region - 120 acre lake, primitive campsites)


(Old Forge Region, 9 mile long reservoir surrounded by state campsites)

Oswegatchie River

(virgin pines, scenic river 40 mile round trip)

Moss Lake

(Old Forge Region - small lake at foot of steep mtn, 7 campsites)

Big Moose Lake

(Old Forge Region, borders state land, bays/marsh & trails leading to Pigeon Lk Wilderness w/campsites)

Tupper Lake

(shallow marsh connects Tupper, Simon & Raquette ponds, western shore w/campsites, Bog River Falls for 2 miles stillwater)

Black River

(Old Forge Region - Lyons Falls to Carthage Dam, 44 miles of interrupted flatwater)

N. Branch Moose River

(Old Forge Region - slow moving stretch of river, 11 miles, isolated)

Raquette River

(Long Lake to Tupper Lake - 3- miles) meanders and campsites at intervals, outlet to Stony Creek Pond provides access to Upper Saranac Lake)

Forked Lake

(Blue Mtn. Lake Region - privately owed, borders state land, 7 mile lake, downstream to Long Lake is mix of flat & fast water)

Fulton Chain of Lakes

(Old Forge Region - famous 16 mile chain of lakes from 1st to 5th lake)

Lows Lake/Bog River Flow (Cranberry Lake Region - 11 mile paddle w/shore carry at upper dam, marshes w/backdrop of rugged mtns, islands and 39 campsites.  Ambitious 3 mile carry on west end leads to Upper Oswegatchie River)

Lake Lilia

(Tupper Lake Region - 7 islands, 17 campsites, sandy beaches, climb Frederica Mtn. too)

Raquette Lake

(many bays, great camps, and 2 mile channel at S. Inlet & Browns, connects to 8th Lake on Fulton

Long Lake

(prevailing winds, 14 mile lake, campsites available)

Blue Mountain Lake

(10 islands, mtn. ringed lake, 1/2 mile carry at west end leads to Marion River)

Big Brook

(Long Lake Region - 4.7 mile cruise thru scenic corridor w/fast water sections - pest in spring)

Madawaska Flow-Quebec Brook

(Santa Clara Tract - accessible Rt 458, remote & scenic, some portaging)

St. Regis River

(16 mile winding flatwater, up & down stream)

Lower Osgood River

(sm. river meanders thru forest/marsh, starting at Meacham Lake outlet, huge Eagle's nest)

Lake Kushaqua to Osgood Pond

(12 mile trip w/interesting group of lakes, channels & one .75 mile carry)

St. Regis Falls Flow/East Branch

(quiet flatwater,  6 miles above dam.  Everton Falls is passable at high water levels with challenging white water w/rapids, some scouting)

St. Regis Wilderness Canoe Area

(pond-hopper's paradise, many short carries, traverse 10 kales & ponds)

Chubb River

(little river w/surprises, 9 mile round trip, 1 carry, numerous beaver dams)

St. Regis River/Santa Clara Flow

(just off Blue Mtn Road, some fast water, short carry, windy backwater)

Everton Falls Preserve - E. Branch St. Regis River

(waterfalls winding 9 miles flatwater, marsh, short portage trail over wetlands)

Hatch Brook

(9 mile flatwater cruise thru marsh & scenery)

Deer River Flow

(2.7 mile backwater, mtn. views, lots of birds)

Deer River

(above High Falls, 10 mile flatwater, below High Falls drops rapidly w/mix of moving water, access Deer River State Forest)

Lower Oswegatchie River (starts at Gouveneur, 65 miles to Osdenburg which flows into St. Lawrence River, slow moving, marshes & pasture & Rapids that can be portaged or run by experienced paddlers)

Black Lake

(anglers dream, rocky points, weedbeds)

Raquette River Reservoirs

(27 mile stretch w/setting of largest inland hydroelectric in Northern NY, picnic areas, ramps, beaches & campgrounds)

Indian Lake

(14 mile waterway, island camping, Snowy Mtn. cliffs, fire tower, hike Baldface)

South Branch Grass River

(part of Tooley Pond Tract, upper section to Rainbow Falls for canoeing, carry trails & around waterfalls.  Rainbow Falls suitable for expert kayakers)

Lower Raquette River

(14. miles between Raymondville to Raquette River Village, paddle when water levels are adequate, several sets of rapids)

Piseco Lake Area

(interesting side trips, Fall Stream to Fall Lake, beaver dams, remote Vly Lake)

Sacandaga Lake Area

(2 lg. headwater lakes connected by sm. navigable channel, paddle up to Mud Lake or carry to beautiful Fawn Lk., several campsites)

Jessup River

(while at Indian Lake, meandering stream 4 mile cruise, picnic, trail to waterfall)

Cedar River Flow/Moose River Plains

(tucked in the mtns., isolated wilderness - brochure at DEC)

Upper West Branch Sacandaga River

(Class I flatwater, either direction.  Both Chub & Trout Lake have navigable outlets for side trips)

Kunjamuk Creek

(7 mile round trip windy river, paddle to Elm Lake)

Rich Lake & Harris Lake

(public beach for scenic 7.5 mile round trip)

Schroon River

(15 mile from N. Hudson to Schroon Lake, easy Class I flat water, with carry at Schroon Falls, wildlife sightings and empties into Schroon Lake)

Lower Schroon River

(27 miles with mix of long flatwater to some exciting Class III-IV, scout before running)

Great Chazy River

(20 miles section of a 40 mile river, downstream float at Mooers and extend into Kings Bay, some motor boat traffic)

Chazy Lake

(4 mile lake nestled at Lyon, Johnson & Ellenburg Mtn., beach & park, firetower at Lyon Mtn.)

Silver Lake & Taylor Pond (secluded lakes, dense woods, short hike to top of Silver Lake Mountain)

Ausable Point Wildlife Mgt. Area

(interesting 5 mile circuit w/meanders of Ausable Delta & marshes, many species of waterfowl)



Boating Lake Tours

Lake George Steamboat Company
Beach Street, Lake George


Lake George Shoreline Cruises

2 Kurosaka Lane, Lake George


Juniper Boat Tours
2 Dock Street, Plattsburgh


Pontoon Boat Tours of Lake George

Gilchrist Marina & Motel


Lake Champlain Scenic & Historic Cruises


Adirondack Marina Boat Tours


Lake Placid Marina Boat Tours


 Adirondack Marina Boat Tours


The Morgan (wooden boat, lunch/dinner)

The Sagamore Resort


Champlain Canal Tour Boats

Route 4 & 32

North Schuylerville


Lake Champlain Ferries

(Essex, Port Kent, Plattsburgh, and cable ferry at Ticonderoga)

Lake Champlain Scenic & Historic Cruises


Raquette Lake Navigation

Raquette Lake


Lake George Steamboat Company
Lake George


Schroon Lake Boat Tours


Lake Placid Tour Boat Cruises

Old Forge Lake Cruises
Old Forge


Raquette Lake Navigation

Raquette Lake


Indian Pipes Charter Cruises

Lake George

518-644-9400 X6040

Fulton Chain Boat Tours

NY Route 28

Old Forge


Scenic River Cruises on Saranac River


Long Lake Boat Tours

Long Lake



Visit our Guides for Water Rafting Tours too



Inlet, Route 28 (2 launches)

Schroon Lake (@ Horicon @ E. Shore Drive, and downtown Schroon Lake on Dock St.)

Tupper Lake, Route 30, Hamlet of Moody

Paradox Lake @ State Campground/Rt 74 - Schroon Lake

Lake George Boat Launches

Roger's Rock NYS Campground (fee) Route 9, Hague

Rogers Memorial Park & Beach, Bolton Landing

F.R. Smith & Sons Marina, Bolton Landing

Dunham's Bay Dock & Launch, Route 9 & Bay Road, Lake George

Rogers Memorial Park & Beach, Bolton Landing

Yankee Boat Center, Diamond Point, 518-668-2862

Fischer's Marina, Pilot Knob

Gilchrist Marina & Motel, Lake Shore Drive

Lake Champlain State Boat Launches:

Point Au Roche, Route 9, Plattsburgh

Peru Dock, Route 9, Valcour

Port Douglas, Route 16, Keeseville

Willsboro Bay, Route 22, Willsboro

Westport, Route 22, Westport

Port Henry, Route 9N, Village of Port Henry

Crown Point Reservation, Bridge Road, Crown Point

Ticonderoga, Route 74, Ticonderoga Ferry


Cascade Lakes, Off 73, Keene

Lake Harris Campground, Route 28N, Newcomb

Franklin Falls Flow, Route 18, Bloomingdale

Lake Placid, Route 86, Village of Lake Placid

Mirror Lake, Route 86, Lake Placid

Moose Pond, Route 3, Bloomingdale

Buck Pond Campground, Paul Smiths

Lake Colby, Route 86, Saranac Lake

Lake Flower, Route 86, Saranac Lake

Meacham Lake Campground, Route 30, Lake Clear

Rollins Pond Campground, Route 30, Tupper Lake

Saranac Lake

Middle South Creek, Route 30

Lower Second Pond, Route 3

Upper Saranac Inn, Route 30

Bloomingdale Ave/ 39 Main St.

  Complete List (click here)



Boat Rentals

Mirror Lake Boat Rentals

2608 Main Street

Lake Placid


Beckley's Boats

3950 Lake Shore Drive

Diamond Point


Mke's Lakesports Inc.

Lakeshore Drive

Lake George


Yankee Boating Center

3910 Route 9N

 Diamond Point


Bottom Time Dive Charters



Eagle III Charters (Lake Champlain)


Lake Placid Marina

Lake Street

Lake Placid


St. Regis Canoe Outfitters

73 Dorsey Street

 Saranac Lake


Ampersand Bay Resort & Boat Club

31 Bayside Drive

 Saranac Lake


Blue Jay Campsite

Tupper Long Lake Road

 Tupper Lake


Captain Marneys Boat Rental

3 Victor Herbert Road

Lake Placid


Club Nautico of Westport Marina



Dockside Landing Marina

9130 Lakeshore Drive



Martin Bait-N-Tackle

5101 Route 374



Snug Harbor Marina

92 Black Point Road



Swiss Boat Rentals

7 Duprey Street

 Saranac Lake


Cherokee Trout Charters

Bolton Landing





Adirondack Boat Storage

912 McKenze Pond Road

Saranac Lake


Dockside Landing Boat Center

9 Commerce Drive



East Kiln Boat Storage

166 East Kiln Road

 Ausable Forks


King Boatworks Inc.

Route 8



Lighthouse Point Marina

Montgomery Road

Rouses Point


Plattsburgh Boat Basin

5 Dock Street, Plattsburgh


Spencer Boatworks

956 State Route 3

Saranac Lake


Van Slooten Harbour Marina

140 South Main Street

 Port Henry



You Store It

354 Broadway

 Saranac Lake







  Adirondack Boat Rental Co. PO Box 635 Ticonderoga 844-235-2628
  Adironack Canoe & Kayaks   Tupper Lake 518-359-2174

Adirondack Marina

  Long Lake 518-624-2090
  Admiral's Marina (60' max. boat length)   Stillwater 518-664-9039

Ampersand Bay Resort & Boat Club

31 Bayside Drive Saranac Lake 518-891-3001
  Barcomb's Marina  (50' max. boat length) 90 Montgomery Street Rouses Point 518-297-6112
  Barnhart Island Marina   Massena 315-769-8663
  Bayview Marina 4762 Lake Shore Drive Bolton Landing 518-644-9633
  Beckleys Boat Rentals   Diamond Point 518-668-2651

Big Moose Marina/Dunn's Boat

1500 Big Moose Road Eagle Bay  

Bird's Adirondack Marine

2730 Route 38 Raquette Lake 315-354-4441
  Boats by George on the Lake   Cleverdale 518-656-9353

Boblin Boat Works

Lakeside Drive Mayfield 518-961-5713
  Bolton Landing Marina 4932 Lake Shore Drive Bolton Landing 518-44-3474

Blue Mt Lake Boat Livery

  Blue Mountain 518-648-3973


Klein Drive



  Brant Lake Garage & Marine   Horicon 518-494-3260


  Raquette Lake 315-354-4623

Camp Hilary

  Long Lake 518-624-2233

Camp Of The Woods

  Speculator 518-548-6411
  Castaway Marina   Cleverdale 518-656-3636

Cayuga Lake Campground

  Gloversville 518-773-7468

Caroga Lake Marina

2279 State Highway 10 Caroga Lake 518-835-6615

Cedar Cove Cottages

  Blue Mtn. Lake 518-352-7742

Chazy Boat Basin



Chazy River Marina 30 Maple Street Rouses Point 518-297-5744

Chazy Yacht Club (45' max. boat length)

2604 Lake Shore Road Chazy



Chelka Lodge


Diamond Point



Chic's Marina

2782 Lake Shore Drive Bolton Landing 518-644-3470

Clark's Indian Lake Marina

  Sabael 518-648-5459

Clarks Marina

  Inlet 315-357-3231
  Cole's Creek Marina   Waddington 315-388-4237

Cranberry Cove Marina

1840 State Highway 30 Mayfield 518-661-5616

Crescent Bay Inc.

  Saranac Lake


  Day Brothers Boats   Plattsburg 518-562-2628
  Diamond Point Boat Repair 19 Norowal Road Bolton landing 518-644-2288
  Dockside Landing Marina   Hague 518-543-8888

Docksider Restaurant on Glen Lake


Queensbury 518-792-3543


  Lake Clear 518-891-4070

Douglas Corporation

  Silver Lake 518-647-8061

Driftwood Park

530 Vandeburgh Point Road



  Durham's Bay Boat/Beach Club   Lake George 518-798-1718
  Dunham's Bay Sea Ray   Lake George 518-656-9244

Dunlop Marine

  Lake Pleasant 518-548-7954

Edinburg Marina

104 N. Shore Road




Essex Shipyard Marina (60' max. boat length)

South Main Street Essex 518-963-4024
  F.R. Smith & Sons Inc. 36 Sagamore Road Bolton Landing 518-644-5181
  Fischer's Marina   Kattskill Bay 518-656-9981

Fogarty Lake Flower Marina

  Saranac Lake 518-891-2340
  Fort Edward Yacht Basin 1 Ferry Street Schuylerville 518-695-3193
  Gaine's Marina (120' max. boat length) 141 Lake Street Rouses Point 518-297-7000

Gilbert Brook Marina (42' max. boat length)


West Chazy


  Gilchrist Marina   Diamond Point 518-668-2028

Gordon's Lakeside Marina

322 Lakeside Drive Mayfield 518-661-5031
  Grand-View/Quality Inn   Ogdensburg 315-393-4550
  Hacker Boat Company   Silver Bay 518-543-6666
  Harris Bay Yacht Club   Cleverdale 518-656-9028

Hulett's Island Marina

  Iggy's Place   Speculator 518-548-4765
  Indian Bay Marina (50' max. boat length)   Willsboro 518-693-7276

Inlet Marina


Keough Marine Sales

  Saranac Lake 518-891-2340
  Lake George Boat Company   Lake George 518-656-9203
  Lake George Camping Equipment   Bolton Landing 518-644-9941

Lake Placid Marina

  Lake Placid 518-523-9704
  Lake Pleasant Marina   Lake Pleasant 518-548-7711

Lakeside Marina

  Sabael 518-648-5459
  Lamb Bros Inc.  

Bolton Landing



Lees Park

  Saratoga Spring  518-584-6844

Little Wolf Pond

  Tupper Lake 518-359-3000
  Lock 1 Marina (50' max. boat length) 461 Hudson River Road Waterford 518-238-1321
  Lock 12 Marina (75' max. boat length) 7 North William Street Whitehall 518-499-2049

Long Lake Marina

  Long Lake 518-624-2266

McDonalds Boat Livery

  Tupper Lake 518-359-9060

Majestic Mtn. Marina & Restaurant

2335 North Shore Road Hadley 518-696-3727
Marina at Lighthouse Point  (60' max. boat length) 61 Montgomery Street Rouses Point 518-297-6392

Mayfield Yacht Club

  Mayfield 518-961-9900

Miller's Grandview Marina

342 Lakeside Drive



  Mooney Bay Marina  (45' max. boat length)   Plattsburgh 518-563-2960

Monitor Bay Marina


Crown Point



Motel Long Lake

  Long Lake 518-624-2613
Mott Marine 97 Montgomery Street Rouses Point 518-297-3939
  Norowal Marina Inc. PO Box 642 Bolton Landing 518-644-3741

Northhampton Marina

284 Houseman Street Mayfield 518-863-8127
  Palmer Brothers Marina   Horicon 518-494-2677

Park Marine Base

199 County Highway 152 Northville 518-863-8112
  Payne's Air Service & Marina   Inlet 315-357-3971

Pecks Lake

  Gloversville 518-725-1294
  Performance Marine 4936 Lake Shore Drive Bolton Landing 518-644-3080
  Piseco Lake Lodge   Piseco 518-548-8552
  Plattsburgh Boat Basin   Plattsburgh 518-546-2800

Port Henry Boat Launch


Port Henry



Port Henry Marina

  Port Henry


  Rancho Pines   Chestertown 518-494-3645
  Raquette River Outfitters   Tupper Lake 518-359-3228
  Riverside Pines Campsite   Chestertown 518-494-2280
  Rivett's Marine   Old Forge 315-369-3123
  Robert Moses State Park   Massena  

Rocky Dell Cottages

  Long Lake 518-624-2273

Sacandaga Marina

117 School Street Mayfield 518-661-6021
  Saint Regis Canoe Outfitters   Saranac Lake 888-775-2925

Sand Bar & Restaurant & Marina

306 Woods Hollow Road Mayfield 518-883-8080 

Saratoga Lake Marine

  Saratoga Spring 518-899-6492

Schroon Lake Marina

Route 9 Schroon Lake 518-532-7884
  Snug Harbor Marina

92 Black Point




Snug Harbour Marina (50' max. boat length)

4013 State Route 9 Plattsburgh 518-563-2134
  Snug Harbor South   Silver Bay 518-543-8866
  Stone Fence   Ogdensburg 315-393-1545

Swiss Marine Inc.

  Saranac Lake 581-891-2130

Sunset Bay Vacation Resort RV Park & Marina

353 Paradise Point Road


  Swiss Marine Inc.   Saranac Lake 518-891-2130
  The Marina at Lighthouse Point   Rouses Point 518-297-6392

Trader Johns

  Mayfield 518-961-5031

Treadwell Bay Marina

214 Bouchard Drive Plattsburgh 518-563-1321

Union Falls Lake Camp

  Au Sable Forks 518-647-8083
  Van Slooten Harbor Marina (65' max. boat length) 56 Harbor Lane Port Henry 518-546-7400

Water's Edge Marina

8707 County Route 18

Bolton Landing


  Westport Marina (100' max. boat length)   Westport 518-962-4356
  Whitehall Marina (80' max. boat length)   Whitehall 518-499-9770
  Willsboro Marina (50' max. boat length)   Willsboro 518-963-7276
  Yankee Boating Center   Diamond Point 518-668-2862


Trivia:  New York State has over 800 public and private commercial marinas along its coastal zone and connected waterways (BTW, visit NY water byway historical locks tour).



Inlet, Route 28 (2 launches) Schroon Lake (@ Horicon @ E. Shore Drive, and downtown Schroon Lake on Dock St.)
Rogers Memorial Park & Beach, Bolton Landing Paradox Lake (at State Campground, Rt 74)
Saranac Lake - canoe launch (Bloomingdale Ave, 3 Main St, 39 Main Street) Visit:  Directory of Boat Launches



Pack & Paddle It



Lock Directory




Be a ADVENTURESOME kid again.  Lots of guts needed.

Para-sailing Adventures

Shoreline Cruises Dock

 Lake George


National Water Sports

 7 Christie Lane

Lake George


Sun Sports Para-sail Rides

 Chic's Marina, Route 9N

Bolton Landing 518-644-3470




Mayfield Yacht Club

434 North Shore Road


Yankee Boating Center

 3910 Route 9N

Diamond Point


Adirondack Boardsailing Club

302 Stone Church Road

 Ballston Spa

Normandie Beach Resort

96 Furnace Point Lane





Lake Champlain Underwater Historic Preserve

contact NYS DEC


Adirondack Scuba

Ballston Spa


Morin's Dive Center

Glens Falls


Champlain Dive Center



Jones' Aqua Sports 



Ontario Scuba



Pleasure Divers



Lake Champlain's Underwater Historic Preserve


Diamond Divers

Bolton Landing


Northern Lake George Resort

8074 Lake Shore Drive

Silver Bay


Submerged Heritage Preserve

Lake George


Underwater Historical Preserves -  All underwater historic sites in Lake Champlain belong in public trust to the people of the respective states in whose water they lie. The States of Vermont and New York have established the Lake Champlain Underwater Historic Preserve to provide public access for divers to some of the Lake's historic shipwrecks.  To learn more about shipwreck dive areas on Lake Champlain (click here).


Be a kid again; no skills needed but just a smile :-)

Ausable Chasms

(visit this 'Yosemite of the East' and get in a tube, plus enjoy their snack bar & gift shop)

Schroon River

 A lazy meandering river w/some falls

Check out our Resources for more locations


(Adirondack River Outfitters)

Route 9N

 Lake Luzerne


AKTO dba Wild Waters

 Lake Luzerne


Beaver Brook Outfitters

NY Route 28



Hudson River Rafting

9 Ordway Lane

North Creek


Sacandaga Outdoor Center


Tubby Tubes Company

19 Cannon Drive

Lake Luzerne


Rafting Guide

Lake George


Also visit our Pack & Paddle Guide to pick some of our meandering river ways




Aqua Adventure Waterslides at the

Fun Spot

Water Slide World

 Route 9

 Lake George


Great Escape & Splash Water Kingdom

1172 Route 9





Adirondack Water Ski School

Chic's Marina

Route 9N

 Bolton Landing


Daggett Lake Campsites & Waterski Center

660 Glen Athol Road



Inverted Wakeboard & Waterski School

 Loon Lake Marina



Mike's Lake Sports

3494 Lake Shore Drive

Lake George







Please watch your children

Schroon Falls/Essex Cty.

I-87 X28 N on Rt 9, cross Schroon River, immediate Right on River Road

Northwest Bay Brook/Warren Cty.

Bolton Landing, North on Rt 9N for 6 miles, Park @ Northwest Bay Fishing Access Parking, cross road and walk 1/10 mile, look for Tongue Mtn. Range-Clay Meadow on right side of rd., trails to falls are on left side of rd across from sign

Snook Kill/Saratoga Cty.

North on Rt 9 until readh Rt 36, turn left on Greenfield Rd. and travel .04 miles, pull off area on left (the start of Sankos Rd is on right), see foot path to falls

Beecher Falls/Saratoga Cty.

(wheelchair accessible viewing)

From intersection of Cty. R9 and 4 in Edinburgh, travel .04 miles down North Shore Road/CR 4 to parking on right

Raquette Falls - Hamilton County

(9 miles, RT, easy) DEC outpost, canoe carry trail to upper end of rapids

Jamestown Falls & Moody Falls (easy hike) north of Childwood, 1.5 miles N of Intersection Rte 3 & 56

Olmstead Pond Loop (4.6 miles, RT easy trail), east of Wanakena, greenish-blue color water due to minerals High Falls Loop (15.1 miles, RT, moderate trail), traverses beaver dams and waterfalls, camping area on Oswegatchie River.  South of Wanakena

High Falls Gorge, (admission fee), Wilmington, 518-946-2278


Rocky Falls (48 miles, RT, moderate trail), scenic cascades & swimming hole, Wilmington Calamity Brook to Flowed Land (9.4 miles RT, moderate), route with ponds, brooks, monument.  West of Tahawas

Snow Mountain (3.4 miles, RT, moderate trail), stream, flume, waterfalls, & views, Keene Valley

Cathedral Rocks/Bear Run Loop (4 miles, RT, moderate trail) rugged, passes Pyramid Falls, pools at base of high cliff, Keene Valley Shingle Mills Falls, 10' waterfall on Otter Creek, nice picnic area, Brantingham

Gleasmans Falls (6 miles, RT, easy trail), beautiful series of waterfalls, north of Brantingham Lake

Cathedral Pines, Route 28, west of Raquette Lake Old Dam Nature Trail (1.2 miles, easy) entrance at State campground, Limekiln Lake Campground Cascade Lake, (5.4 Miles loop, easy), narrow waterfalls, pond, trail guide avail. at trailhead.  Limekiln Lake Campground
Buttermilk Falls, short walk, nice picnic area, southwest of Long Lake Potholers, interesting section of E. Canada Creek with serious of waterfalls, short walk upstream, north of Stratford Auger Falls, (1 mile, easy), north of Rt 8 & Rt 3 Intersection, Wells
Oregon Trail (2.4 miles, RT, easy), follow old road, picturesque bridge, west of Bakers Mills More Waterfalls  





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Delorme Mapping Co.

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Adirondack Waterways Guide

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