Allison Park includes Irondequoit Creek and the creek. It's within the city limits, and is a great place for beginner kayakers to test their skills.
Although the Genesee River flows directly through Rochester, the part within the city itself has two big waterfalls.
This idyllic location is excellent for beginner kayakers and people who just want to spend some time in the great outdoors.
Another great spot for kayaking near Rochester is Black Creek which is a tributary of the Genesee River.
The famous Erie Canal stretches an impressive 300 miles long, and you can technically kayak the whole thing.
Lake Ontario is one of North America’s famous great lakes and stretches 193 miles long and 53 miles high.
At low tide, Ship Cove, a beach in Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth, appears.
Canadice Lake is a short drive from Rochester, and it’s an excellent place to get a little paddling in.
Webster Park contains a little creek and beach that’s perfect for launching kayaks and canoes.