I can't wait to get back on the water, scooping up that sunshine, fresh air and summertime fun! Right now the water is dangerously cold and not safe in the event of an accidental tip. It's getting a little warmer every day! You can make reservations now for when I'm open.
Just a few reminders. You must have reservation and fill out a waiver which is easiest to do on line by clicking on any of the book now buttons. Please always feel free to call or text anytime with questions or to make a reservation. The weekends fill up quickly, so it's best not to wing it.
Join us May1st for the 10th annual Riverkeeper Sweep the annual day of service for the Hudson River and its tributaries where we'll be giving our Saugerties shoreline a spa day. We've had events for the past 5 years and have removed literally tons of garbage from our Saugerties shorelines.
Saturday, May 1st. 9:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m. - Esopus Falls and Saugerties Bay Shoreline cleanup by kayak . Meet at Tina Chorvas Park, 61 East Bridge Street. Please bring your own equipment; kayak, paddle, life vest and anything else you may need to safety paddle and be ready to go by 9:00. Wear shoes that can get wet and muddy. We'll be getting in and out retrieving garbage from the shoreline. You must sign up here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ulster-esopus-falls-and-saugerties-bay-cleanup-by-kayak-registration-145760951931
Saturday, May 1st 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Saugerties Lighthouse shoreline cleanup. Park in the lot at 168 Lighthouse Drive and hike in the half mile where you'll meet lighthouse keeper, Patrick and Anna who will give you instructions. Be sure to wear shoes that get muddy. You must sign up here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/saugerties-saugerties-lighthouse-cleanup-registration-148247244499
Let's plan to meet at Stella's afterwards to celebrate a great day!