Paddling

Your Adirondack Paddling Adventure Begins Here...

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What's SUP?

Grab your canoe, your kayak or your SUP (stand up paddle board) and make Tupper Lake your base camp for your next paddling adventure!

Once considered the "Highways of the Adirondacks," the rivers, lakes and streams in the Tupper Lake area provide endless paddling opportunities. From half-day kayak excursions to week long canoe trips, Tupper Lake will most definitely offer you a paddling trip to remember. But whatever you choose for a route length and boat type, there is one common denominator in all paddling trips: the spectacular scenery and wildlife will make you want to have your camera handy.

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Explore The "10 Rivers Region" 

Tupper Lake is centrally located in the heart of the "10 Rivers Region." Within a 30-mile radius you can explore: the Raquette River, Cold River, Hudson River, Beaver River, Marion River, Oswegatchie River, St. Regis River, Bog River, Grass River, and the Saranac River. Combine these 10 rivers with the vast assortment of hidden ponds, winding streams and pristine lakes and the product is a paddling playground that will occupy you for a lifetime. 

Talk To The Experts

Are there just so many paddling choices that you're not sure where to begin? Talk to our local guides & outfitters and let them help guide you in choosing your perfect Adirondack paddling adventure. Choose your adventure, grab a lunch for the road, and find a place to stay - once you hit our water, you'll want to spend more than one day!

Bog River & Bog River Falls - Upstream This section of the Bog River is very scenic, but you can only go upstream so far. The put in is to... Read More
Nicks Pond Paddle Nicks Pond is easily reached and the footing on the carry is gentle with no elevation change. The... Read More
Tupper Lake Paddling A visit to Tupper Lake isn't complete without a visit to the lake itself. This expansive, 9-mile... Read More
Deer Pond Deer pond is a very easy access from Massawepie Road and can be launched upon in a couple different... Read More
Town Line Pond From the large parking area you can locate the trail in the back and follow it to an open shoreline... Read More
Balsam Pond to Grass River Flow The carry to Balsam Pond is very easy and flat, you can choose to paddle the pond or bypass it... Read More
Tooley Pond This pond is a popular destination for fisherman as well as paddlers. The northern shores are brush... Read More
Oswegatchie River from Inlet Road At first you will be heading upstream toward High Falls and beyond. The current isn’t too difficult... Read More
Little RIver from Young's Road The Little River is roughly 35 miles in length and under many instances quite narrow. Off Young’s... Read More
Round Pond Round Pond is a part of a chain of ponds and lakes on the Massawepie Scout Camp property. A carry... Read More
Boottree Pond The carry trail follows an old forested road, long since changed over to a foot path. The trail... Read More
Horseshoe Pond Horseshoe is possibly the most attractive pond in the Massawepie Area and one that might be... Read More
Massawepie Lake The major boat launch for Massawepie Lake is a very popular destination and over the years has even... Read More
Little Wolf Pond Little Wolf Pond is a nice relaxing paddle with a launch point at the public beach. It’s a great... Read More
Axton Landing to the Crusher Starting at Axton Landing, you will need to paddle about eleven miles to The Crusher launch where... Read More
Lake Lila | Paddling Lake Lila is located south of Tupper Lake on the way to Long Lake. Surrounded by campsites along... Read More
Long Pond Long Pond is just that, long and a bit narrower than others. Long Pond can be access from the north... Read More
Long Lake to Tupper Lake This is a classic flat water 3-4 day trip. Paddle 40 to 50 miles past Raquette Falls through some... Read More
Stony Creek Ponds to Axton Landing This is a great trip for beginning paddlers! Meandering through streams, ponds, and rivers to get... Read More
Piercefield Flow The Piercefield Flow is a section of the Raquette River that has been flooded due to a... Read More
Bridge Brook Pond This pond can only be accessed from a paddle and portage from Tupper Lake. Once you have negotiated... Read More
Simon Pond Simon Pond is essentially just a flood plain of the Raquette River. Similar to that of Tupper Lake... Read More
The Crusher on the Raquette River The Raquette River Boat Launch on Route 3, locally known as "The Crusher," offers a variety of day... Read More
Lows Lower Dam to Hitchins Pond For this adventure you will have a short carry of only about 100 feet to the sandy shore at Low’s... Read More

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