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Canoeing & Kayaking in Vermont

Clubs

upriver in a kayakNortheast Paddlers Message Board
Covering New England, Maryland and Delaware (primarily), this Internet "club" features a message board, trip report area, gear reviews, events calendar and a glossary of terms, to name but a few. Very nicely done, and very fun to wade through.

Vermont Paddlers Club
Quite similar to the Northeast Paddlers Message Board in terms of many of its features, the Vermont Paddlers Club has a primary focus on Vermont, but also covers other areas of New England and beyond. Members ($23/year, which includes a 6-issue subscription to Paddler Magazine) can share their experiences, plan trips and find other information that could affect their trip (river gauges, scheduled dam releases). The site is free for those just looking to browse.

Burlington VT Kayakers
This busy MSN group is for "whitewater addicts." Members (free) can post and read messages and post pictures of the water they conquered.

Appalachian Mountain Club
While not really Vermont specific, it IS a club. Do a search for "kayak" or "canoe" to find a variety of online publications dealing with boat building, keeping cameras dry, how to "read" the water and more.

Wampanoag Paddlers
For over 30 years the Wampanoag Paddlers have been organizing trips (mostly flatwater, mostly day trips, and around 25 of them a year) in southern New England, Vermont, Maine and other states. Dues to join are a meager $5/family a year. Check out the message board on their site for more information.

Deerfield Valley Kayak Group
This group is open to anyone who wishes to join us and meet for kayak outings in or around the deerfield valley. We are folks of all levels of kayaking - canoeing experience, we make trips to the area lakes including sadagwa, whitingham, harriman resivour, clara, even the conneticut river... If you have a non motorized single or tandem kraft and wish to get out with like minded adults for some fun on the water join us!

Vermont Outdoor People
Stressing that they are not a dating service, Vermont Outdoor People exists to "bring together people with a common interest in all manner of outdoor activities," including biking, camping, skiing and, yes, canoeing/kayaking. You can find or post events on the Website, and sign up for a free weekly e-mail that will update you on some of the upcoming planned activities.


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