The river skirts along the scenic State Route 97 Highway and under the Barryville Shohola Bridge, a 5th generation bridge that was reconstructed in 2006. After passing the bridge, the river cuts away from the highway, and you will paddle through an area rich in scenic beauty and wildlife. Watch for bald eagles, deer, duck, and more.
Toward the end of your trip, you’ll pass by an eel weir. Tip: The river becomes shallow at and after this eel weir. Paddlers who stay far right will pass through without issue.
A 3 – 4 hour paddle that is convenient for our campers staying in Barryville. This trip leaves right from the campground with no wait for transportation to start. Plan more time on the water if swimming, picnicking, or just relaxing in the sun.
|# People||Monday – Friday||Saturday, Sunday|
|2-9||$44 per person||$49 per person|
|10-19||$40 per person||$45 per person|
|20-29||$38 per person||$43 per person|
|30+||$36 per person||$41 per person|
Rates based on 2 persons per canoe.
Without reservation: add $2.00 a person.
All rates are daily and include boats, paddles, life jackets, free transportation, safety & paddle instruction along with full use of our facilities. Sales Tax and damage insurance not included.
Kids ride free as the 3rd person in the canoe (ages 11 and under with family).
Save 50% on 2nd day raft, canoe, or kayak river trips!