Get in the Express Lane at Registration!
Print out the Registration Form at home and bring it with you already filled out!
ATTENTION PADDLERS: Greene Township has asked EVERYONE to stop using the Halfway Road Access until further notice! There have been issues with cars parked on the side of the road and traffic. Please do not drop off, get picked, or park at this location until further notice. Thank you all for being patient as we work with Greene Township to find a SAFE solution that works for all parties involved. We hope you continue to enjoy the river during this time! All other launches are accessible (Kidds Mill must be accessed from the east side of the bridge due to construction) and open to the public. Please share to help spread the word! Thank you!
Join us for a maintenance cleanup at the Budd Street Canoe Launch in Downtown Sharon on Saturday July 22nd 9am – 12pm.
Please bring shovels, rakes, trimmers, and clippers. We will be pulling out Japanese Knot Weed that has taken over a large portion and fixing up the launch so it can continue to be enjoyed by all.
Please park in the empty lot adjacent to Bicentennial Park.
If you have any questions please feel free to call the office (724)342-5453.
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who came out Saturday morning for the maintenance cleanup at the Budd Street Canoe Launch! Despite the forecast we were able to get in a couple hours of work and these volunteers even continued to work through the rain! What a wonderful group! We are so grateful to have such dedicated volunteers! THANK YOU!
If you would like to use the ‘Express Lane’ at Paddle Fest, please print out and fill out the form below and bring it with you to the registration table on Saturday.
For the month of June we will be celebrating the Shenango River and its importance in our community. The Shenango River supplies over 100,000 people with drinking water as well as recreational opportunities.
Shenango River Watchers plays an integral role in protecting and preserving the Shenango River. Help support us in that mission we are hoping to raise $10,000 during the month of June in honor of National Rivers Month. Help us reach that goal by donating today! Contributors will become a member of this award winning organization and will be recognized on social media.
Spring Paddle Fest is just around the corner! Don’t miss out on this day of fun on the river! After the float grab lunch with your fellow paddlers and enjoy live music and a view of the river!
T-shirts will be available at Riverside Park for $15! We will also have a 50/50 raffle!
All proceeds from this event help pay for the maintenance of the Upper Shenango River Water Trail.
Hello aspiring, amateur, and advanced fly casters alike!
Have you ever wanted to know more about fly fishing? Have you tried fly fishing, but you aren’t sure you have the proper equipment? Are you an avid fly fisherman, but you don’t know or have not perfected all your casting skills?
If you answered yes to any or all of the above, we have a treat for you!
Ted Fauceglia, author of Mayfiles, Major Eastern and Midwestern Hatches, renowned photographer and certified casting instructor has offered to give a free Fly Fishing Casting Techniques Seminar/Clinic at Buhl Park on Sunday, May 7th at 2:00pm. Not only will Ted give us a brief discussion about equipment, he will demonstrate and teach several popular casting techniques and some difficult casts so you are better prepared for fly fishing on our local streams and river!
Ted became a Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Casting instructor after years of fly fishing and months of hard work, classes and testing and he is ready to share what he learned with Shenango River Watchers! We hope you will join us to learn from this incredible teacher!
We will meet at the grassy area next to the eastern part of Lake Julia (east of the bridge) at 2:00pm. It is not necessary that you have equipment to attend this class, but if you have it, bring it!