Beaver River Rendezvous has a reputation…
Getting lost is often a part of attending #beaverfest. Be patient. Cell phone service is spotty. There are a few dirt roads and small access roads. We highly recommend following someone that knows where they are going and/or picking up a New York Atlas and Gazetteer.
The festival campground is located off Long Pond Rd. (AKA Jay Cox Flats) a few miles East of Belfort, NY.
Taylorville Section of the Beaver River
The Taylorville section of the Beaver River is located off Long Pond Road in Belfort, NY. Turn onto Taylorville Road and bear left onto Double Eddy Rd. to reach the put-in.
Eagle Section of the Beaver River
The Eagle section of the Beaver River is several miles East of Belfort, NY. It is located off Soft Maple Road (AKA Cadzit Trail). Practice patience and consider following someone that knows where they are going.
Mosier Section of the Beaver River
The Mosier section of the Beaver River is located on Mosier Road in Webb, NY. Take Number Four Rd. (or Buck Point Road) and turn onto Stillwater Road. Turn left onto Mosier Road and pick up a few kayakers on your ride to the put-in.
Stone Valley Section of the Raquette River
The Stone Valley section of the Raquette River is located in the town of Colton, NY. Park in the field next to the Colton Volunteer Fire Department at the corner of Riverside Drive and Spring Street.
The Black River is located in Watertown, NY. Paddlers often put-in or park-and-play at the Hole Brothers rapid at Maggie’s on the River, a bar and restaurant located on Newell Street.
The Salmon River is located in Pulaski, NY. Paddlers often put in at the “Trash Compactor” located off Route 2A to the North side of where the road crosses the river.