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Monksville Reservoir Ringwood, NJ (973) 962-7031) Near Ringwood State Park.the undeveloped shores of this lake create a peaceful location for paddlers looking to get away from it all.Sit-on kayaks have a slightly wider hull where paddlers sit higher up from the bottom.Most sit-on-tops are built for recreational paddling, beginning paddlers, novice canoeists, and for people who have flexibility problems with the traditional kayaks.Merrill Creek Reservoir 34 Merrill Creek Road Washington, NJ (908) 454-1213 Website Paddle past the red pine and cedar-lined shore forests and fields amongst wildlife and water fowl, where you will find mergansers, king fishers, pileated woodpeckers, bald eagles, white-tailed deer, muskrat, hawks and herons.kayaks must be launched from the boat ramp on the east side of the reservoir. The ramp will remain open year round, unless it is inaccessible due to ice Overpeck Park Kayak Center 40 Fort Lee Road Leonia, NJ 201-957-3085 Overpeck County Park Website The park straddles Overpeck Creek, forming a lake.

They have free kayaking programs during the season.

The ramp opens at AM and closes at PM with a locked cable.

Kayak East Tours They offer tours for the novice up to experts, along the Delaware River, Statue of Liberty, Graveyard of Ships, Splitrock Reservoir, Meadowlands and more.

In the northwest corner of the reservoir you can float through flooded standing timber, and experience in the now-weathered trunks.

Launch site: Greenwood Lake Turnpike (CR 511) at Long Pond Ironworks State Park, located just south of the New Your / New Jersey border by Ringwood just north of the Wanaque Reservoir.

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Cranberry Lake Sussex County, NJ (908) 852-3790 Website Allamuchy State park borders the southern end and offers a remote and pristine exploration of coves and inlets, where mountains rise sharply from the lake. A three mile water trail on the Musconetcong River is available for canoes, kayaks and rowboats.