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Located in unspoiled Old Lyme, CT on the Black Hall River at the Great Island salt water Estuary, considered one of the top destinations in the... More
Canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals on the Farmington River in historic Collinsville. Bike rentals for the Farmington River Rail Trail.... More
Downunder is the only operation of its kind in Connecticut with two shops, on-water, retail and rental of stand-up paddle boards (SUPs), sit-on-... More
Main Stream Canoes and Kayaks offers different types of fun-filled river adventures for all levels of experience.
Voted one of the best beaches by National Geographic.
Take a vacation, get out on the water and learn something new. For those who have yet to earn their sea legs, NESS (New England Science &... More
Mystic Seaport Museum is the nation's leading maritime museum and is home to the Charles W. Morgan, the last wooden whaleship in the... More
Float down the tranquil section of the Farmington River, stop to picnic at the largest tree in the state or view an Indian cave. Large canoes with... More
114' Coast Guard certified steel vessel. State of the art electronics, large deckhouse. Galley and tackle stand aboard. Deck technicians hold ''... More
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