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Brooklyn Kayak Guides


Thanks for a great season, see you next year!


Explore the exciting New York waterfront by kayak or stand-up paddleboard.

Our home base in beautiful Brooklyn Bridge Park provides a fun environment to explore kayaking and standup paddleboarding within New York Harbor. We offer kayak and SUP trips, individual and small group classes, and paddling sessions within our protected embayments. Family reunions, company outings, and birthday parties are all better on the water!

Whether beginner or expert, we’ll help you find the kayak or standup paddleboard adventure that’s right for you. We provide equipment, top notch instructors and the information you need to have a great time.

We work with The Brooklyn Bridge Park Boathouse and other East River and Hudson River based organizations to expand paddling opportunities and promote safety and environmentally sound public policies to sustain kayaking and human-powered boating in New York harbor.

Our New Home

Brooklyn Kayak Guides is now located on the dock at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s One15 Brooklyn Marina. The main entrance is the gangway between Piers 3 & 5 on the north corner of the Picnic Peninsula.

  • Summer Schedule

    Open 7 days a week from May through September for instruction and trips by reservation. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays we offer kayaking and Stand Up Paddleboarding classes and paddle sessions. During the season you may reserve all activities in advance; for questions before May 1, please contact us at: info@BKGuides.com.

    For information on trips, 

    head to our Trips page.

    For information on classes and programs, 

    head to our Classes and Programs page.

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  • Easy To Find At One15 Brooklyn Marina

    Whether you enter from Pier 6 located near Atlantic Avenue or Old Fulton Street, follow the path to the One15 Brooklyn Marina between piers 3 and 5. You’ll know it when you arrive: you’ll see the moored sailboats.


    Nearby Transportation

    There is indoor public parking at the One Brooklyn Bridge Park residential tower. Free parking in the neighborhood near the park is extremely limited and cannot be counted on, but you could try. We highly recommend taking public transportation, biking or walking to the park. BBP is accessible by Subway: A/C to High Street, F to York Street or 2/3 to Clark Street train station Bus: nearest buses are the B25, B61, B63, B67, or arrive by East River Ferry or NY Water Taxi google for schedules.


    Biking

    If biking is your preferred means of transportation then the Brooklyn Bridge Park is the perfect place for you. Whether you enter from the North or South Entrance of the park, there's a bike path that will lead you to Pier 4.

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