Syracuse, New York Canoeing and Kayaking
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Rich and Sue Freeman Guidebooks. Comment: If you don't own copies of Rich and Sue Freeman's
guidebooks, you are missing out on the best places to hike, bike,
canoe, or tour in the Finger Lakes of Upstate New York and the Bruce
Trail in Canada. Their books are well written and their
directions easy to follow. Highly recommended.
- Canadice Lake. Yahoo discussion about Canadice Lake.
Canoe. "Rochester, NY Canoe Kayaking welcomes
upstate canoers and kayakers to join and share resources, stories,
and information about Upstate New York waterways, lakes, and ponds."
- Ahwaga Canoe and Kayak Club. "The Ahwaga Canoe and Kayak Club is a social club located in the Twin Tiers region of New York State and Pennsylvania dedicated to providing and supporting recreational opportunities for its members, including organized trips, outings, programs and services such as paddling and safety instruction. If you love paddling in the company of other sociable folks, or are interested in becoming a paddler, we are the club for you."
- CNY Kayakers. "Mission: The CNY Kayakers brings people together to enhance the pleasure of flat water kayaking. We provide opportunities for all levels of experience, from novice to expert, to share, to learn and to have fun, while navigating the many waterways of Central New York.
The waiver all paddlers will need to sign before paddling can be printed out here. Waivers are in PDF format and are available by clicking on the appropriate link below. To read and print the PDF documents, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. If you need to obtain the Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on the button below and follow the instructions."
- Kanawake Canoe & Kayak Club of CNY.