This is a picture of kayakers in the Hudson River overlooking Manhattan.

Time: 1-3hrs

The Hoboken Cove Boathouse established 2004, sponsors free kayaking for the public in partnership with the City of Hoboken. It is a non-profit organization supported by volunteers, donations from local businesses, the community and boathouse space from the City of Hoboken serving over 6,000 paddlers per season on the Hudson River.

Liberty State Park Come explore the natural beauty of the Hudson River Estuary by kayak with Liberty State Park’s Kayak Eco-Tours. Tours will embark from the canoe/kayak launch located at the south side of Liberty State Park near the Park Office and will highlight the local wildlife and habitats of Caven Point. Trips will run approximately two hours and will include a brief safety and paddle instruction. For registration and schedule information, please contact the Liberty State Park Interpretive Center at (201) 915-3402 ext. 109 or

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Hackensack RiverKeeper Canoeing and Kayaking

Come paddle with us! Since 1999 and continuing today, Hackensack Riverkeeper remains the only operator of canoe/kayak liveries in our watershed. Now fielding a fleet of more than fifty canoes and kayaks, we look forward to giving you, your family & friends opportunities to enjoy and explore the river, the Meadowlands and Overpeck Lake at your own pace or on one of our Laurel Hill moonlight paddles.

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