Kayaking has become incredibly popular in Buffalo. With the expansion of activity on the waterfront, people are hitting the water to keep cool and see the city from a different angle. But know the rules before you get into any watercraft.
It was voted the "Top Activity To Do On The Waterfront" by you! Kayaking! Why is it so popular near Canalside and the Buffalo river? Because it's fun! You can be smack dab in the middle of nature or next the bustling Canalside and Riverworks...
Did you know that you can kayak or canoe right up to our towering grain elevators?
Kayak tours, rentals and retail sales can be found in Buffalo’s Old First Ward at Elevator Alley Kayak, 65 Vandalia Street. Call 997-7925 and find out how you can be just a few feet from history on the Buffalo River.
Sometimes you just need a calming experience to get you through the day – something mindless that you can't really turn away from.
This also might get you hyped for the warmer weather and water related activities and trips that come with it...
There is a billboard on the 190 advising people to never kayak alone! That is obviously a smart move and while it may be for safety reasons... it's also because if you're alone who will record your melt down? LOL
From the flashy lights and tall buildings of New York City, to the fresh mountain air of the Adirondacks - New York has a lot to offer its visitors. There are a few things visitors should keep in mind however, when heading to the Empire State.
Meet Max. Max is going kayaking with his friend Sarah. That is, until his kayak begins to sink. Then Max becomes a bigger puddle than the lake he is treading water in. I'm pretty sure it's a good thing that survival of the fittest isn't going to apply to this guy or he won't last a week.