Home Paddling the Allegheny River Take your paddle to the Allegheny River and hop on your kayak, canoe or stand-up paddleboard. Request printed version Follow the Flow This is the order of the spots, that follow the flow along the Allegheny River, from East to West, to put in / put out at. West River Road Launch Linn Launch Riverhurst Park Campground - Private Forness Park Four Mile Brewing Veteran's Memorial Bridge Launch River Park - Allegany Launch Allegany I-86 Boat Launch The Junction Launch Salamanca Main Street Launch Salamanca Front Avenue Launch Indian Park Highbanks Campground - Private Friends Boat Launch - Parking Fee Onoville Marina Park - Parking Fee * For any place in the list above that is marked private and you would like to get in / get out from, we recommend contacting them to discuss options. Rough Itineraries Very Short Trips for Beginners These should take about an hour of paddling at a leisurely pace (2-3 mph). Portville - 2.67 Miles West River Road Launch Linn Launch Salamanca - 2.27 Miles Salamanca Main Street Launch Salamanca Front Avenue Launch Indian Park Half-Day Trips Trips that take 3-5 hours at a leisurely pace (2-3mph). Portville to Olean - ~7 miles 3-3.5 hours Breakfast / Lunch in Portville Linn Launch Get out and have lunch / dinner at Four Mile Brewing I-86 Bridge to Junction - ~9 miles 4.5 hours Breakfast / Lunch in the Village of Allegany Allegany I-86 Boat Launch The Junction Launch From Carrollton to Salamanca - 8.5 miles 4.5 hours The Junction Launch Put out at Salamanca Main Street Launch Lunch / Dinner in Salamanca A Day on the Allegany River Trips that take 5+ hours at a leisurely pace (2-3mph). From Portville to Allegany - ~13 miles 5-6.5 hours Breakfast in Portville Launch at West River Road Launch Lunch at Four Mile Brewing Put out River Park - Allegany Launch Dinner & Dessert in Allegany From Carrollton to Salamanca - ~11 miles 5 hours Breakfast in Allegany Launch River Park - Allegany Launch Lunch near The Junction Launch Put out at Indian Park Dinner & Dessert in Salamanca More Places to Paddle Learn more about kayaking, canoeing or standup paddleboarding in the Enchanted Mountains. Email this page Spring Adventure Seekers Nature Lovers Travel Guide It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County. Request the Enchanted Mountains guide to be snail mailed to you for FREE!