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Go Kayaking In the Adirondacks! Kayak Rentals, Sales & Guided Tours Available

No matter what your experience level when it comes to paddling, there's the perfect outfitter available for you! The waters of the Adirondack wilderness beckon, and there are companies offering kayak rentals and sales, as well as the paddling gear and clothing you need to get out there and play. You can even go on a guided kaying tour led by experienced kayakers and outdoor guides. Ready for even more adventure? Check out the many Adiondack white water rafting companies in the area! 

Sacandaga Outdoor Center
Sacandaga Outdoor Center
Hadley, NY
Located just minutes from Lake George and Saratoga Springs, Sacandaga Outdoor Center boasts the best location on the river. Where the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers meet in Hadley, NY, you’ll find the best rafting, tubing and kayaking around!
A Picturesque Trip on the Lake with Adirondack Mountain and Stream Guide Service
Adirondack Mountain and Stream Guide Service
Olmstedville, NY
Jamie Frasier of Adirondack Mountain and Stream Guide Service and his team have been guiding adventurous folk like you through the Adirondacks' mountains, lakes, rivers, and streams for over 25 years.
Go whitewater rafting for one of the most thrilling experiences in the Adirondacks.
Beaver Brook Outfitters
North Creek, NY
Ready for an outdoor adventure in the Adirondacks? Beaver Brook Outfitters offers a wide range of services at their four bases, including guided whitewater rafting trips, canoe and kayak rentals, and a winter sports rental shop.
Lake George Kayak Company
Lake George Kayak Company
Bolton Landing, NY
Located in Bolton Landing, NY, the Lake George Kayak Company is your one stop shop for a fun and easy paddling trip. They operate a boathouse and paddleshop where you can rent or purchase a canoe, kayak, or Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP).
North Creek Rafting
North Creek, NY
Rafting company offering daytrips, overnight trips, and inflatable kayaks. They operate various trips on the Hudson River, Moose River, Cedar River, Boreas River, and Indian River.