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 and it's FREE!! View the visitor's guide online or request that the Enchanted Mountains guide be snail mailed to you for FREE!