Kayaking in Manchester


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  • H.P. Kayak & Boat Rentals
    The merry mariners at H. P. Kayak & Boat Rentals provide prospective paddlers with a fleet of colorful crafts to explore the Connecticut River. Before your two-hour tour, choose to fly solo in a single-person kayak (a $30 value) or tote along co-pilots in a rowboat (a $35 value), dual-passenger kayak (a $35 value), or two-person canoe (a $35 value). Then push off shore and seize the open water, where you'll behold a real-life viewfinder's worth of scenic wildlife, including eagles and Frisbees, while advancing oarsmanship, teambuilding skills, and general awareness of water.
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    684 Tryon Street
    Glastonbury, CT US
  • Pass-it-on Sports and Fitness Consignment Store
    Take some time off to unwind on the water. Your ship awaits a Pass-it-on Sports and Fitness Consignment Store in Southington. The doors are open for you at this center with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1273 Queen St
    Southington, CT US
  • Westfield Water Sports and Wilderness Experiences
    Westfield Water Sports and Wilderness Experiences—a kayak, SUP, camping, and scuba gear shop as well as a camping store and adventure emporium—dispatches a staff of certifiable adventure-seekers to lead sojourners into the great outdoors with scuba classes, kayak classes, dive and non-dive world travel, and rock-climbing excursions. An all-around outdoorsman, camp director T. Scott Cook leans on his doctorate of Leadership Development in Adventure Education to develop nature excursions, including far-flung trips where groups snorkel in the Cayman Islands or evolve gills in the Galapagos. Back home, the summer camp’s elaborate ropes course builds teamwork between coworkers, and caving adventures allow guests to delve into mysterious depths or apartment swap with a black bear.
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    526 College Hwy
    Southwick, MA US
  • Northford Ice Pavilion
    Visitors of all ages can learn to skate, twirl across the ice, and handle pucks at Northford Ice Pavilion, where they will find a variety of frozen activities for the whole family. Boys and girls as young as aged 3 can enroll in hockey sessions that run eight weeks and involve supervised practice, group lessons, and building shrines to Wayne Gretzky. Open skate welcomes kids, parents, and couples to glide on rented skates before enjoying a hot cocoa at the concession stand.
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    24 Firelite Place
    Northford, CT US
  • Black Hall Outfitters
    Where the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound collide, Black Hall Outfitters supplies explorers with watercrafts to paddle 500 protected acres. From the Heron Jr. kayak, a wide and easily maneuvered craft for kids, to the Rogue River 154 SS, a sturdy canoe, its fleet promises the perfect boat for every type of athlete. This includes fishing kayaks and standup paddleboards, which easily transport riders to nearby beaches and tidal pools or spots where fish teem.
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    132 Shore Rd
    Old Lyme, CT US
  • Three Belles Marina
    The blue waters lap gently at the fleet of boats docked in the certified clean Three Belles Marina. There, Three Belles Outfitters allows visitors to go on guided fishing trips, rent kayaks, kayak accessories, and stand-up paddleboards, in addition to selling kayaks, boards, and accessories.
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    113 Oswegatchie Hills Rd.
    Niantic, CT US

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