Whether it’s a quick dip in a pond or an exploration of the Hudson via paddleboard, Westchester offers abundant aquatic enjoyments.
Want to rent a canoe for a few hours? We’ve got you covered.
Whether you are looking for a guided tour, lessons, standup paddleboarding, or just want to rent a canoe or kayak, give this popular local company a try. With locations at Rye Beach, Tarrytown Lakes, Croton River, and Croton Point Park, Westchesterites need not go far to rent a vessel and get out on the water.
Another superlative spot to rent a kayak, canoe, or paddleboard, this service, with locations in both Cold Spring and Peekskill, offers instruction to novice water warriors, as well as abundant vessels for hitting the river once you know the ropes. Along with guided tours and overnight expeditions, the company can also host private and corporate events.
Here’s where to get your refreshing swimming or fishing fix in the 914.
Perhaps one of Westchester’s most scenic spots for enjoying a swim, this 508-acre park tucked away in Croton-on-Hudson also features a fun miniature-aircraft airport, as well as ample hiking and even camping — a relative rarity in the county.
For those who love nothing more than a day spent fishing, Blue Mountain Reservation’s two sizeable, fauna-packed ponds make for a wonderful, yet lesser- known, hotspot where you can reel in the big one.