All-Inclusive Kayak and Camping Expedition on the Hudson River!
August 1-5, 2018
Registration for the Hudson River Paddle is OPEN for drop-in sections. $300 per day includes overnight camping, 3 meals, and paddling. If you just want to join us for day paddling one-leg of the journey, the cost is $150.
One day includes lodging, camping gear, catered meals, paddling equipment, shuttle to area attractions for that afternoon, and all event registration fees! Just bring yourself and your excitement for a great paddle along our route from Albany to Poughkeepsie.
*Paddle along historic shorelines to beautiful river town through the natural beauty of the Hudson Valley with professional guides.
*Spend your night(s) camping on the Hudson River.
*Enjoy delicious meals prepared by two local chefs from Stock Up in a mobile kitchen.
Don't miss your chance to join in during our five-day kayaking trip on one of the most majestic of rivers.
We will paddle in the mornings and stop at five key locations along the river - Coemans, Athens, Saugerties, Kingston, and Poughkeepsie to explore. At each location explore each area for all it has to offer in culture, history, and natural beauty.
This event is all inclusive of accommodation, meals, equipment, and guides - fully-catered with a mobile kitchen, chefs from Stock Up, outfitted with camping gear, shuttle to area attractions, and town centers, and supported by fun and professional ACA-certified guides.
This all-inclusive event includes
*Delicious, fresh, meals fully-catered in a mobile kitchen by two chefs
*Fun and professional ACA-certified kayak instructors as guides
*Shuttle to town centers and local attractions
*All kayaking equipment
Hudson River Paddle Overnight Section
Join us as we paddle along one leg of this 5-day kayak journey. Choose the day you want to paddle with us and the evening you wish to camp.
This organization works to continue and advance the state’s commitment to the preservation, enhancement and development of the world-renowned scenic, natural, historic, cultural, and recreational resources of the Hudson River Valley while continuing to emphasize economic development activities and remaining consistent with the tradition of municipal home rule.