Trips

The Turtle Trip

This trip starts at the bridge on the corner of highway 6N & 19. It is an 8.3 mile paddle to the Bridge on Miller Station Road. It will take approximately 4 hours depending on the flow of the creek. On this beautiful scenic route you could see many different species of wildlife.

$45 – Single Kayak
$50 – Tandem Kayak
$50 – Canoe

The Hellbender

This trip is called the Hellbender because of the creek’s winding path that it takes starting at Miller Station Bridge to Cambridge Landing. It is 8.7 miles, depending on the water flow, it could take up to 5 hours of moderate paddling. You might even see Henry Hellbender hiding somewhere under the water.

$55 – Single Kayak
$60 – Tandem
$60 – Canoe

Muskie Run

This is our most popular trip. It starts at Cambridge Landing and goes to Venango. It is approximately 7 miles and takes about 3 hours of moderate paddling. This trip is great for beginners and the water is usually calm. You could fish for many different species such as a muskie or walleye, or just meander down the creek and enjoy the scenery. You could spy lots of different waterfowl, bitds, or other animals along the bank.

$40 – Single
$45 – Tandem
$45 – Canoe

Eagle Pass

This beautiful route starts at Venago and goes to Bertram Park in Saegertown. Its a short but sweet paddle that takes you right past an Eagle’s nest. This trip only takes about 2 hours. You may want to combine it with the Muskie Run and enjoy about 9 miles and 5.5 hours of frickin’ crickin’ fun!

$45 – Single
$50 – Tandem
$50 – Canoe

Lake Trips

Woodcock Creek Lake

This reservoir spans 333 acres and has an average depth of 15 ft. The dam was constructed in 1973 to reduce downstream flooding as part of the French Creek flood control system, but also to provide a diversified array of recreation activities, like kayaking, canoeing, boating, fishing, and swimming. Reserve a kayak or canoe and we will shuttle you for the whole day or just a few hours.

3 hr – $40
5 hr – $60
All Day – $75

Edinboro Lake

This beautiful lake is nestled in Edinboro, PA. It’s 245 acres of recreational water. Great for fishing, swimming, or just paddling around. There are public docks, a beach, and a great place to eat called the Sunset Grill. Reserve a kayak or canoe and we will shuttle you there and pick you up in a few hours or spend the day.

3 hr – $40
5 hr – $60
All Day – $75

Lake Lebouef

A 75-acre open lake with no dams. Located near Waterford, PA Inlet by Trout Run, and its outlet forms Lebouef Creek which is a tributary to French Creek. Boating is restricted to un-motorized boats or electric motors only. It is annually stocked with Walleye, Channel Catfish (new in 2016) and Muskellunge Fingerlings. Also, home to blue gill, bass, cappie, and northern pike. Reserve a kayak or canoe for a few hours or spend all day, shuttle included.

3 hr – $40
5 hr – $60
All Day – $75