Adventures await on Western New York’s beautiful waterways


A few short years ago, the idea of the Buffalo River as a recreational waterway would have been treated as a joke, and few could imagine launching kayaks and paddle boards from a new state park on the Outer Harbor.


All that has changed. Safe and accessible opportunities for using personal watercraft exist from Woodlawn Beach to Grand Island—and beyond. Navigate your own adventure on Western New York’s beautiful waterways this summer.


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