Saco River Canoe & Kayak is situated conveniently adjacent to the entranceway to Swans Falls, the most popular access point on the river!
It is illegal to transport wood into the State of Maine from any other state; invasive insects destroy the trees in our forests.
If considering a Barge you must first pay a $250 deposit prior to launching. (Swans Falls Caretaker building).
Is this your first time on the Saco River? Have you already tried canoeing and kayaking? Why not try renting a tube for your latest trip. Enjoy a leisurely trip down the Saco River in one of our tubes. They are comfortable, easy to maneuver and include a drink holder and a head rest. Take the whole family or go with a couple friends and start your trip at Swans Falls, located across from our shop, and float down to Canal Bridge for at least a 3 hour trip. Enjoy the Saco River the easy and relaxing way.
For Saco River outdoor recreation enthusiasts who are visiting the Mount Washington Valley and the Fryeburg ME area, come canoe or kayak with us on Maine's truly beautiful Saco River. Come canoe, kayak or tube with us in the beautiful Saco River Valley with Saco River Canoe & Kayak!”
WE HAVE CANOEING AND KAYAKING FUN AND EXCITEMENT IN STORE FOR YOU IN THESACO RIVER RESORT AREA!
No matter what length of trip you are looking for, Saco River Canoe & Kayak has what you want! (see our video below)Trip lengths range from 1 hour to as much as 3 or more days! With miles of sandy beach to play and camp on, the opportunities seem endless.
The gentle current of the Saco River provides the perfect setting to try the popular sport of kayaking. It is easy to do and is fun for the whole family or group. If on a canoe camping trip, we highly recommend also bringing a kayak along. A kayak paddles smoothly and cuts through the water with ease, both downstream and upstream. Take turns in the kayak, and you’ll see why this is such an exciting and popular sport. Fun for children and adults alike, you’ll be glad that you have a kayak as you glide through the water!
“…Gentle thy Saco’s tides that creep and croon,
Lapsing and lingering through hushed forest realms
Which love the song bird’s boon.” Fryeburg by Rev. Henry Bernard Carpenter (1840-1890)