New Hampshire Kayak Vacation
New Hampshire kayak vacation packages are a great way to have your kayak
vacation. New Hampshire kayak vacation paddle lakes and ponds as you
explore the beautiful Granite State. The Great North Woods Region of NH is the northern
most part of the state bordering Canada to the North, Maine to the east and Vermont.
This is an area that is extremely rural. Wildlife is everywhere. It would seem often time
that moose outnumber people as they meander around the sparkly traveled roads.
Deer, black bear, bald eagles and many other species of animals and birds are prevalent. Check
out the Connecticut Lakes area and local kayak vacation Lake Umbagog, near Errol. The Magalloway
River flows from the Richardson Lakes and Rangeley Lakes region into New Hampshire kayak vacation .
The New Hampshire White Mountain Region is famous for Hampshire hiking, mountain
vistas, Mount Washington and the Presidential range and of course kayaking vacation. There are any great rivers and lakes around the mountains
and valleys to paddle including the popular Saco River. Other great lakes and rivers include, the
Ossipee Bear Camp, Pemigewassett New Hampshire kayak vacation, Echo Lake and Lovewell PondSwift,
Silver Lake just to name a Hampshire few.
The Lakes Region of the area is just south of the White Mountains. It is best known for Lake Winnipesaukee,
the largest body of water in the area. Towns like Laconia, Gilford, Meredith Weirs Beach, Center Harbor, Moultonborough, Holderness, Sandwich, Wolfeboro
and Bristol NH. Kayak touring in your new Vapor, Cayuga, Tsunami, Dirigo, or Tarpon on a lake like this is an awesome experience. Southern NH has good
spots to kayak as well including the Monadnock Region.
Even kids as young as 8 or 9 can paddle their own kayak or take a tandem kayak on a New Hampshire kayak
vacation. There are also kayaks that have a seat for a small child. Many new double kayaks can fit a jump seat. The Old town Dirigo 140 has a
removable child's seat. The Old Town Twin Otter is also set up for a kid's seat. A good kayak trip should be planned well.
Get good advice from a reputable source. Read guide books. The great outdoors is an easyn escape from any of the local lodging properties.
The Appalachian Mountain Club puts out a book for many waterways and regions. Get a good map of New Hampshire vacation hazards. With a little planning you too will have a great kayaking vacation!