By Vermont Canoe and Kayak
The lakes, streams, and rivers of Vermont offer unique views of the landscape and wildlife that you'd miss on dry land. Leisurely explore the waterways and take in nature from a canoe, kayak, or the popular Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP). Guided tours and more adventurous offerings are also available.
Morning Pond Paddle - A short morning paddle that leaves the afternoon free for other activities. Guided tour only. Appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Water & Wine - Wet your whistle for Vermont's local culture. This guided trip starts right in Jeffersonville and travels 4 1/2 miles (1 3/42 hours) by river to the award winning Boyden farm just west of Cambridge. We finish with tour a tour of the winemaking process and a wine tasting w/ bread and cheese at the Boyden Valley Winery.
Ice Cream Float - What could be a more relaxing and enjoyable combination than a family paddle on a Vermont river and eating ice cream? Enjoy some of Vermont's finest. Paddle for a half hour, stop and eat Ben and Jerry's Peace Pops on a beach next to the river, and then finish with another half hour paddle (all down river).
Evening Wildlife Watch (Guided Tour) - Enjoy a fun evening canoe tour, which will have you paddling along the Lamoille River past many varieties of wildlife. You may see ducks, blue heron, turtles, beaver lodges, and maybe even the beavers that built the lodges.
Rental & Shuttle - A self-guided paddle with canoes, solo kayaks, or tandem kayaks. Enjoy a leisurely float trip on the river stopping for a picnic, fishing, or a swim. You park your car at our river access behind Jana's and we will shuttle you upriver in our van either six or nine miles and then you paddle back to your car. Trip duration is typically 2 1/2 hours (Sugarhouse Trip 6 miles) or 4 hours (Ithiel Falls Trip 9 miles). Be sure to allow additional time for picnics, swimming, fishing, etc. 8:00am and 3:00pm daily.
All prices include paddles, life jacket and shuttle. We can also shuttle your personal boat upriver via boat.