Saratoga Paddlefest
The Capital's Region's Largest On-Water Canoe,
Kayak and Paddleboard Sale!

More than 1,000 Canoes, Kayaks and Paddleboards on Sale

May 2 & 3, 2015 on Fish Creek in Saratoga Springs, Free Admission
Saturday: 9am to 6pm, Sunday: 9am to 5pm

Get the most out of Paddlefest

Seven Kayaks you must check out!

Werner Paddles, Paddlefest Sponsor Adventure Kayak Magazine, Paddlefest Sponsor Canoeroots, Paddlefest Sponsor

Saratoga Paddlefest Sponsors

Subaru, Paddlefest Sponsor
Keen Footwear, Paddlefest Sponsor
Rapid Magazine, Paddlefest Sponsor Kayak Angler, Paddlefest Sponsor

We are pleased to thank Subaru, Keen Footwear, Werner Paddles, Adventure Kayak Magazine, Canoeroutes Magazine, Kayak Angler Magazine, and Rapid Whitewater Magazine for sponsoring Paddlefest this year!

The capital region's largest on-water canoe, kayak and stand-up-paddleboard (SUP) sale. More than 500 boats will be on sale for you to choose from, featuring models from the leading industry brands. Convenient to Albany and the surrounding capital region, Saratoga Paddlefest is like no other paddling sale! Come join us for a weekend of fun and savings!  Admission to Saratoga Paddlefest is free. There is a small fee for to test paddle that is credited to you purchase of a boat.

Largest Canoe, Kayak and SUP Sale in the Capital District (Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs) and  Glens Falls, Queensbury, the lower Adirondacks, Lake George, the Catskills, eastern Massachusetts, and Vermont.

Quick Facts

  • What: The Capital Region’s largest on-water Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboard sale!
  • Where: At Mountainman’s newest paddlesports shop at Fish Creek Marina in Saratoga Springs: 251 County Rt. 67.
  • When: Saturday, May 2:  9am to 6pm, Sunday, May 3, 9am to 5pm
  • Admission: FREE!
  • Test Paddling: There is a $20 test paddle fee that allows you to test paddle both days. The fee is credited to any boat purchase during Saratoga Paddlefest.
  • Sorry, no dogs are allowed at Paddlefest.

Mountainman is Paddlefest and Paddlefest is Mountainman

“So where’s the Mountainman booth?” It’s a question we get every year. When you come to Paddlefest in Saratoga Springs,  May 2 – 3, or Old Forge, May 15 – 17, all you have to do is enter the show and you’re standing in it. While our suppliers send their top reps., designers, builders, instructors and even company presidents and owners, Paddlefest is all about the experience of shopping at Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company. Everything you see is from our inventory and all the people you see are there to help you select the best canoes, kayaks, SUPs, and accessories to fit your needs. Paddlefest is presented by Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company, New York’s Largest Canoe and Kayak Dealer.  We’ve been doing it since 1993!

Directions to Saratoga Paddlefest

Saratoga Paddlefest is held at our Saratoga Springs Paddlesports store, at  251 County Rd. 67, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, (at Fish Creek Marina). Phone: (518) 584-0600

From the Northway, I-87

  • Take Exit 14 on the Northway and head east on Union
  • Rd. (Hwy. 9P) for 1/2 mile to Meadowbrook Rd. (Cty. Rt. 65).
  • Take a left on Meadowbrook Rd. and proceed for 2.5 miles.
  • Take a right at the end of Meadowbrook Rd. onto
  • Stafford Bridge Rd. (County Rt. 67)
  • Go 1/2 mile to Fish Creek Marina and Mountainman
  • Outdoor Supply Company, driveway on the right just over the bridge.

Copyright Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company. 2014.

Old Forge Locations
Paddlesports, Outdoor Gear and Rental Store
2855 Route 28, Old Forge, NY 13420

Paddlesports Shop: (315) 369-6672
Moose River Trips & Boat Rentals: (315) 369-6670
Outdoor Gear & Apparel Shop: (315) 369-2300

Saratoga Springs Locations

Saratoga Outdoor Gear & Apparel Shop
490 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 584-3500

Saratoga Paddlesports Shop
251 Staffords Bridge Road on Fish Creek, Saratoga Springs, NY
(518) 584-0600

Prices are subject to change with out notice. Call us at (315) 369-6672 to verify prices and availability. Mountainman is not responsible for typographical errors.