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My son bought a kayak 2 years ago and since he is getting older now (21) I thought it would be kinda cool thing to do together so I bought one last year. Only got out locally in town last year but definately enjoyed it...More
Our daughter and grandsons (14 and 11), my husband and I had a wonderful afternoon.
First we brought a picnic lunch which we ate at one of their umbrella tables. We rented a double kayak and a canoe, paying only $10 extra for the 3rd...More
This is the epitome of the wonderful small rivers of the NJ Pine Barrens. At Mick's we rented both canoes and kayaks for a 3-4 hour trip down the Wading River which is completely undeveloped other than a state forest campground. On a weekday in...More
We went twice this summer on different lengths of the river. Kayaking s WAY ore fun than canoeing IMHO. My girls and I went swimming at the rope bridge and any beach we cooled off on. We did the 3 hour trips which is a...More
I had always wanted to visit the Pine Barrens, so we drove two hours and visited for my birthday. We each rented a kayak and did the 10-mile trip down the Wading River. This was an amazing way to experience the Pine Barrens! We saw...More
My husband and I have gone so many times. Well worth the trip, even with a 10 minute downpour. The price is right. Not expensive at all. They drop you off and pick you up at the end of your trip. Plenty of beach areas...More
The team here was extremely flexible and very friendly. The entire process from walking into the store until our canoe was in the water was less than half an hour, but that might have been because we came on a Wednesday, I can imagine the...More
Excellent day with family canoeing the Wading Creek. Teenagers endured for the three hour tour (stopped for a picnic lunch, too!) without complaints! Water was clean and beautiful but wear dark colors as the iron will discolor most cottons. People at Mick's were very friendly...More