Welcome to Pakboats.com
— At Exit 17 on I-89, turn right off the exit ramp onto Rt 4. After about a mile turn right onto Rt 4A, take the bridge across the lake, and turn right into the parking lot just before the underpass.
— If you come from Rt 4, follow the Main Street through town of Enfield. Keep going until you pass under the Rail Trail, then turn left into the parking lot.
Did you know?
Many Pakboats fans did not buy their boats because they can be packed in a bag. They simply treat their Pakboats as very lightweight replacements for the plastic boats that are too heavy. The fact that Pakboats seats are much more comfortable is an added bonus, and so is the generous amount of secure built-in flotation.
Pakboats ride on top of a car just as easily as hard kayaks, but their lighter weight makes it easier to get them up there. Paddling performance is similar to hard kayaks (and much better than inflatables), except that the light weight makes a Pakboat more responsive.
Try one – you will like it.
We have found that our customers prefer kayaks that can be used equally well by one or two paddlers. The Saranac is our best seller, and it can be used with or without a deck, by one or two paddlers. Unlike other kayaks where a solo paddler has to paddle from the stern cockpit, Pakboats solo/double kayaks can be purchased with a solo or double deck – or both. This way, you can always get your kayak trimmed properly.
A few words about Packable Boats:
Canoes and kayaks that you can pack for travel are generally folding or inflatable. Both have their special advantages, and Pakboats combine the best features of both. In each Pakboat, a complete aluminum frame provides efficient lines and rigidity, while inflatable tubes provide tensioning and flotation. The combination of frame and inflatable tubes make a much more compact structure than air alone, and a Pakboat has much more interior space than a similar size inflatable canoe or kayak. The unique Pakboats structures are also much lighter and pack smaller. Similar size inflatables weigh about 50% more than a Pakboat.