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Part of the Lake Ontario Seaway Trail, Wayne County has many inland waterways along the shoreline that provide for hours of excellent paddling. The towns of Huron and Wolcott in particular have great paddle destinations--from Great Sodus Bay to East Bay to Port Bay, and the Lake Shore Marshes in between.

Beaver Creek in North Huron, New York is part of the Lake Shore Marshes--located west and southwest of Port Bay. On 11 August 2009, kayakers out of Lyons and Lake Bluff made an afternoon trip to Beaver Creek from its Lake Ontario entrance. The group launched their boats into the lake at Dutch Street Road and aimed for a landing just a quick minute to the east. Back on shore, the boats were dragged across the cobblestone strip beach and from there entered into Beaver Creek. The small group lazily paddled to the "Y" where Beaver Creek heads northeast into Port Bay, turned around, and returned via the original route to the vehicle at Dutch Street in about 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Join Wayne County Life on that enjoyable paddle into Beaver Creek by viewing the video below. [Beaver Creek direct video link]

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2 Comments to "Beaver Creek in Huron"

  1. Gil Burgess Said,

    Let me know next time you're going!

    Posted on Wed Sep 09, 10:05:00 PM EDT

  2. Unknown Said,

    I've paddled that once a few years ago, I never knew that it was called Beaver Creek though.

    Posted on Mon Apr 05, 11:06:00 AM EDT


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