Brewster Location

Brewster, MA 02631

687 Run Hill Road (large dirt parking lot), Brewster, MA 02631

Services at this location
Guided SUP Tours

The launch site at Upper Mill Pond is ideal for families, explorers, and those who enjoy the warm, calm waters of fresh water lakes.

Your guide will meet you at the parking lot, then lead you on a short walk to the water where your adventure begins. Upper mill Pond is classified as a “Great Pond” (10 acres or greater) and position in the middle of Walkers Pond (to the south) and Lower Mill Pond (to the north). All three ponds are connected by navigable streams that make for an incredible adventure when the conditions allow.

Whether you explore one pond or venture to others the clean, warm waters provide a safe and fun back drop for an unforgettable experience.

Orleans Location

Orleans, MA 02662

45 Arey’s Lane, South Orleans, MA 02662

Services at this location
Kayak & SUP Rentals
Guided Kayak Tours
Guided SUP Tours

The launch site at Arey’s Pond Boat Yard provides guests with the amenities associated with a modern-day marina while capturing the feeling of being transported to “old Cape Cod.”

From the dirt road leading to the launch site, to the beautifully hand-crafted wooden sail boats moored in Arey’s Pond, visitors are able to experience one of New England’s last active wooden boat yards.

The salt pond (named after Captain Arey) is nestled at the entrance to the Namequoit River and Little Pleasant Bay and home to the Arey’s Pond Cat boat. Your adventure begins the minute you hit the water. With a glimpse of Captain Arey’s original homestead, and tour of the hand-made wooden sail boats crafted on-site, you begin to navigate down the river.

Our two resident seals, Steven Sealberg and Sealena Gomez may welcome you with a splash of their fins. Glancing up may get you a glimpse of our visiting osprey or resident red-tailed hawk. As you travel further down the Namequoit River, the sights and sounds of nature continue with a scurrying striped bass or slow-moving horseshoe crab. As the river opens to Little Pleasant Bay, distant islands and remote beaches showcase the untouched beauty of this area.

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