New England is home to books, streams, rivers, ponds, lakes and a few thousand miles of ocean front property.

So as you can see above, doing your touring by kayak isn’t the silliest idea to try out. Its relaxing and watching the scenery slide by on a guided tour is relaxing. You can also find places to rent for the day and get a map and go out on your own.

Below are several businesses that I have found online. I have not tried them and other than listing them I’m not responsible for them or their services. If you find one you are unhappy with I will remove them. IF you are happy with one leave me a comment down below so others know that they served you well.

Massachusetts

North Shore Kayak Rental Outdoor center: Visit us in Rockport Harbor for kayak tours, sales and rentals as well as paddling equipment and TONS of sandals, and summer footwear for your outdoor adventures! In addition to touring, recreational and sit-on-top kayaks, we also rent bicycles, pedal boats and stand-up paddle boards.
Guided sea kayak tours leave Bearskin Neck daily from Memorial Day to mid-September on explorations of the beautiful Rockport coast and islands. Check their website here.

Essex River Basin Adventures is another one. http://www.erba.com

http://www.thetrustees.org/places-to-visit/places-to-stay/tully-lake-campground/

http://www.thetrustees.org/places-to-visit/places-to-stay/tully-lake-campground/planning_your_stay.html

New Hampshire

In New Hampshire, you can dip your paddle into a pristine lake or lazy river. Or you can try taking on the Class IV whitewater rapids and get your adrenaline rush. There are plenty of places to try stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), too! Test your balance with a SUP yoga class on Lake Winnipesaukee.

Many tour guides and outfitters await your call, or visit a rental shop for canoeing or kayaking gear and advice. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced paddler, one of these itineraries may inspire you to canoe or kayak New Hampshire’s waterways. – See more at: http://www.visitnh.gov/what-to-do/Outdoor-Adventure/kayaking-and-canoeing.aspx#sthash.3ACbvo5p.dpuf

Local businesses

Saco river canoeing and kayaking

Great Glen trails – Milan NH

Mahoosuc Outdoors – Great North Woods

Saco Valley Canoe

Experience Squam Lake – Think of “On Golden Pond” the movie

Portsmouth Kayak

The Contoocook River Canoe Company,

NH state park listings 

Androscoggin River Adventure

Ammonoosuc Cultural Heritage

Connecticut River Valley Wildlife Meander

See more at: http://www.visitnh.gov/what-to-do/Outdoor-Adventure/kayaking-and-canoeing.aspx#sthash.3ACbvo5p.dpuf

Vermont

Vermont has quite a number of kayak businesses from guided tours on the ponds, lakes and rivers. to advice on the many places to go and relax. From float trips in groups to solo adventures. You can find something to fit your mood in Vermont’s kayaking businesses.

Local businesses

The Vermont state parks are a great way to start getting your kids out on the water. This can open up a new world of exploration and fun for the family. A great way to get started is to try out canoeing, kayaking, row boating or paddle boating on one of the many small lakes and ponds in Vermont State Parks.

Many state parks have boat rentals, including paddles and PFD’s, so you don’t even need your own boat.

Below are listed some recommendations of great places to get your family started:

Here is the Vermont State park listing.

Maine

Kayaking along Coastal Maine offers a chance to explore the nearby Lighthouses, the local rives like the Kennebunk River, Mousam River, and Casco Bay. Or you can head inland to the hundreds of rivers and lakes that can be found across Maine. Here are some of the businesses that I have fond listed:

Rhode Island

Coming soon

 

Connecticut

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