| PO Box 119, Rte. 302
Ctr Conway, NH 03813
Saco River Canoe Rental
We have rental canoes to fit all groups. Our rental fleet features the best products from Old Town and Mad River. We have rental canoes that are around 14
feet, great for a short excursion. Our Saco river tripping canoes are 16, 17 and 18 feet. The capacity of theses rental canoes is up to 1100
pounds. Saco River canoe rental offer canoes with as many as 3 padded seats and
integrated, adjustable river backrests. There is ample room for the kids. A rental canoe will hold up to 3 adults and fit 2 adults. Don't forget
to take all the camping supplies you need. That is one of the great things about canoe camping. It is the same reason the canoe was so important
and functional when the Native Americans inhabited the Americas. Should you find the Saco bow or stern much higher than the other arrange your
gear so the canoe rides flat. Have fun and don't forget your way back!
The Saco river watershed is quite large. Its northern most points are Pinkham Notch, Crawford Notch and the height of land on the Kancamagus Highway. The river concludes below Biddeford and Saco, Maine where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Rent a canoe and head down the Saco River it is a fantastic experience! Whether you are with yourself or taking the whole family it is a great way to experience the natural beauty of the area.
A Saco River canoe rental is made easy at Saco Bound. Access one of New England's most beautiful waterways in minutes. Take a rental canoe for an hour, half day, full day or one of our many overnight trips. Families looking for and easy paddle love Saco River canoe rental trip that leaves from Saco Bound main base in Center Conway, New Hampshire and continues to the Pig Farm. Take a picnic lunch and rental water toys for the kids. You may stop on any of the beaches and sandbars along the way as you canoe down this most scenic creation of nature.
You can overload a canoe so be aware of the recommended capacity. Saco means flowing east as it primarily does for about 125 miles. The river originates high up on the western shoulder of Mount Washington in Crawford Notch. Many rental tributaries fill the mighty Saco as run off comes out of the White Mountains. Rivers like the Ellis, Swift, Rocky Branch, East Branch, the Ossipee and the Wild Cat flow into the Saco River canoe rental.
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