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Grab a Oar and Get Ready to Get Your Row On!

If you are looking for a peaceful day on a river or lake grab an oar and hop in to our list of very very best places to rent a canoe in PA for a perfect day for the whole family.

Camp Hebron

The Beautiful Susquehanna River Awaits!

Camp Hebron is a beautiful place to canoe in PA, and explore miles of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. They offer all sorts of options on trips that are sure to meet your needs! Their father/daughter trip and father/son trip are excellent ways to experience the joy of nature, and grow closer together all at the same time. The generally calm waters of the West Branch will give you plenty of opportunities to engage in your favorite water-based activities.


If you feel like having Camp Hebron take care of all of the arrangements for you, ask them about their Charter Canoes. All trips are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis, and don't forget the season is only open from April to August!

Chamberlain Canoes

Outfitting Canoers for Over Thirty Years!

Chamberlain Canoes has been operating on the Delaware for over 30 years; they have the experience and customer-service-oriented approach that will make your next venture canoeing Pennsylvania the fun, secure experience it ought to be. This is a great place to launch your next day-trip (maybe with a picnic lunch) down this historic river, or even your multi-day camp-and-row get-together with friends.


You pick the time you want to spend on the river, and Chamberlain Canoes makes it happen for you- and they're happy to do it! Come support a family operated business, and enjoy the beauty of Delaware all at once!


Endless Mountain Outfitters

Endless Mountain Has the Experience to Supply You!

Endless Mountain Outfitters has been supplying canoers on the Susquehanna River with reliable and affordable equipment for over ten years. You can depend on owners David and Melody Buck to have the experienced, friendly touch you need when planning your next canoe trip in PA! They'll help you plan your trip, and even let you book one of their Sugar Run cabins along the river where you'll be able to refresh yourself for another day's paddling down beautiful waters.


This is a perfect place to take your friends and family on a little fall getaway, and experience the true beauty of untouched Pennsylvania wilderness- make Endless Mountain a part of your plans!


Kittatinny Canoes

Operating Over 71 Years!

Kittatinny Canoes has been paddling folks down the Delaware for over 71 years- that's three generations of service and experience! Nowhere else will you get this kind of breadth of marvelous river scenes; their trips encompass over 120 miles of the river through three states-New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania! Kittatinny boasts "one of the largest fleets of canoes, rafts, kayaks, and tubes in the world"-and with their reputation and tradition, we believe them!


You won't regret you visited Kittatinny as you float down the Delaware and appreciate the beauty of the river and the land around it, the same beauty that inspired the business to grow all those years ago. Their shops, campsites, and professionals, have everything you need to plan and supply your next trip canoeing in PA!

Port Erie Sports

Paddle over Famous Lake Erie!

Port Erie Sports has everything you need to enjoy the sparkling waters of Lake Erie. Located right on Presque Isle Bay, the shop has an entire fleet of water-sport equipment from boats to kayaks, to rod and reels to canoes! You'll love paddling out over the still water whether it's your first time out, or you've been canoeing all your life! The shop focuses on safety, and will always take the time to make sure you have what you need to have a secure, enjoyable trip. The next time you need a canoe rental on Lake Erie, why not ask the experts at Port Erie Sports?


The Pale Whale Canoe Fleet

A Perfect Scenic View!

The Pale Whale Canoe Fleet bills itself as the "premier canoe, kayak, and inner-tube rental" on the Clarion River in Cooks Forest. They have lots of different planned trips for you to explore the wonder of the Clarion, like their 4 and 10 mile trips (most taking only a few hours) over easy water- a perfect scenic view! If you're feeling a bit more adventurous, try a longer journey down the river where you can get some fishing in, and maybe see a bald eagle!


This is a great place for canoeing in PA; The Pale Whale makes renting a canoe to take downriver fun and easy! Group rates are available, so why not bring your friends and family to see the natural beauty of Pennsylvania?