Coastal Paddling in New York City, NY
About New York City Coastal Paddling
What better way to see the city than from the sea? Not only does NYC have some great paddling around the Big Apple, the surrounding areas of Long Island are perfect for paddles in estuaries and rivers, shoreline adventures and interesting islands.
Croton Point Park is the ideal spot to bring your SUP (or rent one there) and enjoy a leisurely day on the water, alone or with a group, removed from the stress of the city.
This state park offers 5 miles of beach to enjoy every activity you could want in the Atlantic Ocean.
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Known for her uncanny ability to steal backpacks and open bear canisters like a human, this is the story of Yellow-Yellow (and how her legacy still lives on).
If you're wondering how to spend an unforgettable day in Brooklyn, let this be your guide.
Finding places to go outdoors near NYC (especially without a car) can be tough. Here's a roundup of a few must-do trails accessible via public transportation.
To reach the highest points in the Adirondacks, don't expect a trail. Here's your guide to the Adirondack Herd Paths.
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