COME PADDLE WITH US
2017 RENTAL RATES
Plus 6% Pennsylvania Sales Tax on all Rental Fees.
Additional shuttle fees may apply.
Fees at festivals and fundraisers may be higher due to additional costs.
LITE TOURING KAYAK
Enjoy a Day On the Susquehanna River
We offer touring kayaks, recreational kayaks, and special angler kayaks for sale or rent
Join us for a day on the river with one of our regular scheduled trips. Meet us at our store in Sugar Run on Rte 187. From Sugar Run we can take you 5, 7.5, 15, or 18 miles up river. From there you float back to the shop in Sugar Run. The time of each trip varies by the height of the river. Click on our River Conditions tab to get the most up to date water levels and weather.
Terry Town to Sugar Run 5 miles
Homets Ferry to Sugar Run 7.5 miles
Durrell to Sugar Run 15 miles
Wysox to Sugar Run 18 miles
Or start at EMO and paddle:
Sugar Run to Laceyville 8 miles
Tunkhannock weekend trips are being scheduled and will meet at the Tunkhannock Riverside Park.
Other options for day trips are:
Mehoopany to Tunkhannock,
Tunkhannock to Falls,
or paddle on the Tunkhannock Creek.
Reservations for trips are required.
Multi-day trips are 20% off regular prices for second and third day. There may be additional charge for shuttle.
Groups discounts are available by renting 10 boats or more to receive 10% discount.
Ask about discounts for scouts and church groups.
Touring Kayak Trips: Let us help you plan your touring trip from up river in New York State to Wilkes-Barre. Camp, stay in a cabin or B&B.
Want lunch on the river? Bring your own or have us call in your order ahead of time to the BBQ restaurants in Homets Ferry or Laceyville.
River History and Wildlife
The river runs calm through most of this area but has some fast water to keep you moving. The fishing is good along this section in the river so bring your fishing pole.
From Wysox you will travel past Standing Stone and French Azilum Historical Site by putting in the river at the boat club or Wysox. We will arrange a special Azilum tour if you want to stop there for a visit. The French Asylum Township Old Mill Park at Homet’s Ferry is a nice place to stop for lunch. Ingham’s Mill has celebrated its 200th year.
It is common to see a bald eagle in this area of the river. The river valleys are abundant in wildlife. Great blue herons and belted kingfishers will lead the way as you paddle down river. You may see a river otter, white tail deer, black bear, or a red fox playing along the water banks.