Explore the Adirondack Water Ways
Like Never Before.
We do not rent unguided Jet Skis.
Unless you want to, you don't get that wet so take a Personal Watercraft (Jet Ski or PWC) Tour. So incredibly fun it just might be the highlight of your vacation.
Personal watercraft (PWC), also known as Jet Skis, are an exciting and fun activity and a great way to spend the day out on the pristine waters of the Adirondacks. Our adventure tours are a short drive away from Lake Placid or Tupper Lake and take you up and down the Saranac Chain of Lakes which is a major attraction of the Adirondacks. We offer half day Jet Ski (PWC) adventure tours which explore Lower and Middle Saranac and full day tours which add several more Lakes and Ponds along the Saranac Lake system. Both half day and full day tours include a pre-ordered lunch.
No matter which Jet Ski (PWC) tour you sign up for , except the Upper Saranac Lake tour, part of the tour will take you up and down the interconnecting channels between the Lakes. The channel offers beautiful scenery and the chance to see Loons, Cranes, River Otters, and other aquatic wildlife. We also make a lunch stop at the Middle Saranac Lake Beach were the water is usually warm and shallow. Perfect for eating and relaxing. Getting out on the water in the Adirondacks is one of the nicest things to do while visiting Lake Placid or Saranac Lake during the Summer and early Fall
Our PWC (Jet Ski) Machines
Our tours are conducted on 2020 Yamaha Waverunner VX Deluxe and VX Cruiser machines. They are equipped with the latest safety features including learning mode and the RIDE system. The RIDE system gives greater stopping power as well as maneuverability at idle speeds. Not only are they fun to use but they also offer next level comfort with a modern sleek design.
So much to Explore by Boat or Jet Ski (PWC)
Just minutes away from Lake Placid lies the Saranac Lake Chain. Multiple Lakes are interconnected by a series of locks that allows boaters to explore so much. The Saranac River weaves its way through Lake Flower, Oseetah Lake, Multiple Ponds, Lower Saranac Lake, and Middle Saranac Lake. Lower Saranac Lake contains multiple islands and camp sites while Middle Saranac Lake boasts some of the nicest natural beaches in the Adirondacks. Further up the chain is Upper Saranac which is one of the largest lakes in the Northern Adirondack Park. Its truly a boating paradise.