East End Eco-Ventures

Join us to explore the east end of Long Island through nature-based outdoor adventures and educational activities.

July Paddle Schedule


(sponsored by Southampton Town Recreation)

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Fee per tour: Resident=$25     Non-Resident=$35 (with own kayak)

Rental: additional $40 for single kayak; $60 for tandem kayak; $50 for SUP.

Age: Youth ages 12+ & Adults (under 16 with an adult)

Registration is required: call 631-728-8585.

Directions to the locations will be given at sign-up

Join one or all eight tours and discover some of the flora and fauna of our local marshes, ponds and estuaries as we paddle these unique scenic waterways.  All trips are led by naturalist Mike Bottini author of “Exploring East End Waters: A Natural History and Paddling Guide” and are suitable for novice paddlers.

No first-timers please…participants should have some paddling experience.

July 2 – Long Pond, Bridgehampton

July 9 – Sebonac Creek, North Sea

July 23 – Sagg Pond, Sagaponack

July 30 – Mecox Bay, Scott Cameron Beach

August  6 – Georgica Pond, Wainscott

August 13 – Sag Harbor’s Coves

August 20 – Noyak Creek and Jessups Neck

August 27 – Little Northwest Creek, Sag Harbor



Saturday  July 11, 2015  9 am – 11 am

(sponsored by South Fork Natural History Society…call 631-537-9735 to register)

Join me on a nature paddle through scenic Accabonac Harbor where we will survey its Osprey nests to determine how many were occupied this breeding season and how many young were successfully reared. Kayak and SUP rentals available.



Sunday  JULY 26, 2015 6:30-8:30 pm

(sponsored by East Hampton Trails Preservation Society)

We’ll take advantage of the tide and evening light to paddle scenic Alewive Brook in Cedar Point County Park, following the water route of a beaver that made this area its home in 2006, and otter that periodically visited. Learn about the current status of each of these semi-aquatic and unique creatures. Kayak and SUP rentals available (call Mike at 631-267-5228). Meet at the end of Alewive Brook Road.

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