Canoe & Kayak

Adirondack Paddling

Bobbing along

Looking to paddle? Explore Chateaugay or Meachem Lake, enjoy the navigable 7-mile route along Hatch Brook, or enter the Adirondack Park to access hundreds of miles of navigable waterways. So much more than just dipping your paddle... watch for wildlife as you navigate the shoreline, drift while you listen to the birds sing, stop for a swim, or wet a line and experience some Adirondack fishing

Day & night

Pack a lunch and spend the day on the water, Malone has a number of great restaurants and farm stands to choose from - perfect for your paddling picnic needs. At the end of the day find a place to pitch your tent. Malone has many camping options, along with great hotels, motels and B&Bs to make your stay a memorable one.

From the state boat launch you will have an extended open water paddling session as you cross the large body of water to reach the Osgood... Read More
The Park Street Boat Launch is at a lively point of the Salmon River. Hand launch. Downstream is the Handicapped fishing spot. Read More
This nine mile loop has views of many historic Great Camps and lets the paddler explore Upper St. Regis Lake, Spitfire Lake, and Lower St.... Read More
The portage is relatively flat with one following a corduroy walkway. The trail has a tendency to be a bit wet. Debar Pond is a long and... Read More
There's over four miles of gorgeous shoreline to explore around this lake known for its photogenic scenery. It offers several islands to... Read More
This lovely lake is only reached via Upper & Lower Saint Regis Lake, so it is usually uncrowded and well-sheltered by the forest and... Read More
A sweet little pond, flat and calm. accessed from roadside. It is only 0.4 miles across, but is packed with interest.  The marsh areas are... Read More
How to Get There From the intersection of Route 30, CR 14, and CR 26 south of Malone follow Route 30 South. Continue to Cold Brook Road on... Read More
This small pond is reached from Black Pond. You will need to paddle Black Pond to the eastern lean-to. From there you can carry the foot... Read More