This a Public Peace of the Susquehanna guided kayak trip, with proceeds benefiting the Eagles Mere Conservancy!
Enjoy the companionship of other friendly paddlers as you watch for riverside wildlife, improve your paddling skills, and learn about local history! This trip is 7 river miles between Montgomery & Watsontown with an island rest stop mid-way.
We now meet at the Montgomery River Access a few minutes before 1 pm. After gear distribution & receiving paddling instruction, we begin our river trip across from remnants of the canal, then paddle past a peregrine falcon nesting site, under an old railroad bridge & around the end of a WWII-era dam.
Keep your eyes peeled for bald eagle sightings, experience body surfing a riffle at the snack spot, cool off new friends with our complementary water blasters, bask in the peace of the river, and notice the V of the pre-historic eel weirs as you make your way around their riffles. When the trip ends in Watsontown, you will get a shuttle bus ride back to your vehicle.
Cost: $45/person. If you plan to use a Canoe Susquehanna kayak, please review the Our Canoes and Kayaks page to help you decide which model you would prefer to use.
Cost: $35/person if you bring your own equipment. Boats must have current registration or launch stickers.
Reservations are required. Email Mail@PaddleHappy.com or phone 888-524-7692 (local: 570-524-7692) for details and to book your spot!
GPS Coordinates: 41° 10' 4" N, 76° 52' 15" W
2017 Peace of the Susquehanna Trip Dates:
- Sunday, May 28 1pm-5pm
- Tuesday, August 15 9:30am-2:30pm
All end times are approximate.
All Canoe Susquehanna Trips Include:
Well maintained boats and paddles
Life jackets (PFDs)
Dry bags to keep spare clothing dry
Snacks and water
Digital photos of your adventure
Ride back to your car in one of our bright yellow buses.
Paddling instruction, Local History, and Wildlife Information from our friendly, expert guides!