Canoe & Kayaking

Canoe & Kayaking

The relaxing pleasure of canoe and kayaking on one of our sparkling waterways is hard to beat. Choose from a variety ranging from Wild & Scenic rivers to miles of open lakes or quiet coves.

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  • Cloe Lake

    Cloe Reservoir, a 27-acre lake in Jefferson County, is stocked with largemouth bass, trout, panfish and saugeye fingerling. There is easy access for shore fishing. You can fish for bass, trout and panfish at the reservoir. Boating at Cloe Lake is limited to boats powered by electric motors and un-powered boats. Cloe Reservoir is a great paddling...
  • Cook Forest State Park

    The 8,500 acre park, once called the "Black Forest," is famous for its stands of old growth forest. Cook Forest's "Forest Cathedral" of towering white pines and hemlocks is a National Natural Landmark. The Clarion River is along the eastern border of the park and is popular for canoeing and fishing. Call or go online for camping reservations. Tent...
  • Country Squirrel Outfitters

    Sales, rentals & guide service-canoes, kayaks, bicycles, repair shop, hiking, camping, backpacking, rock climbing, XC skis, snowshoes, snowboards, running, geocaching, hunting, fishing and apparel.

    Received the PA Wilds' 2014 Business of the Year Award.
  • Eagle Rock Canoe and Kayak Rental

    Best location. Trips start and end here! We drive you and your gear up 5-45 miles. 1.5 hour to 5 day trips, many in between. Reservations recommended.

  • Elk State Park

    Features the 1,160-acre East Branch Lake. Unlimited horsepower boating. Fishing for muskellunge, walleye, smallmouth bass, brook, rainbow, brown and lake trout in the lake. Hunting is permitted in season. Ice fishing is a favorite winter sport. 8 mi. W of Wilcox on State Rt. 1006.
  • George B. Stevenson Reservoir

    Fishing for many cold-water and warm-water species. Nearby creeks provide good angling. Some feeder streams contain brook trout. Special regulation area from mouth of Baily Run.
  • Irwin Run Canoe Launch

    The Irwin Run Canoe Launch offers handicapped accessible fishing areas, parking areas and restroom facilities, as well as a boat launch ramp and picnic areas.
  • Kahle Lake

    251 acre reservoir. Electric and unpowered boats only. Boat ramp and parking available. Fishing includes musky, walleye, crappies and perch. Great for kayaking and canoeing.
  • Kyle Lake

    165 acres reservoir with a handicapped accessible fishing pier. Electric motors and unpowered boats only. Boat ramp and parking available. Great for fishing, kayaking and canoeing. Big Bass Program regulations. Fish Species: Bass, Pike, Catfish, Walleye, and panfish.
  • Lakeshore Camping

    Open year round, weather permitting. 47 primitive minimum impact campsites. Boat access only from either Nebraska Bridge or Tionesta Dam boat launches. Water and restrooms available at the boat launch seasonally. Boat launching fee April through September at the Tionesta Dam launch site.
  • Loleta Recreation Area

    Located within the 517,000 acre Allegheny National Forest, offering camp sites (reservations required), picnic area shelters, amphitheater, volleyball court, swimming beaches, bathhouse, trout fishing, canoeing and a three-mile hiking trail.
  • Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania

    Paddle the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Search for traces of logging ghost towns. Watch an osprey plunge into the Allegheny River and emerge with a fish. Follow the route of a logging railroad as you bike the trail into the Pine Creek Gorge. In the Lumber Heritage Region, roughly two million acres of public lands give both wildlife and...
  • Pale Whale Canoe Fleet

    Pale Whale Canoe - canoe, tube and kayaks - convenient parking, changing rooms, cabins, gift shop and café. Cook Forest, River Road 1/4 mile from Clarion River bridge. (800) 680-0160
  • Piney Dam - Clarion River

    Wild & Scenic deep water 14 mile long reservoir with unlimited horsepower boating. Fish Species: walleye, musky, catfish, bass, and panfish.
  • Sinnemahoning State Park

    Located at the first fork of the Sinnemahoning Creek, this park offers a picturesque view of surrounding peaks and deep valleys. The habitat supports the Bald Eagle, black bear, white-tailed deer and elk. Interpretive boat rides on George B. Stevenson Reservoir are available during the summer. The 35-site campground is open from April to December....

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