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Buckley’s Mountainside Canoes

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4700 W. Remus Rd
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
(989) 772-5437
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Buckleys Mountainside Canoes is a family owned and operated business proud to offer the best in Michigan canoeing.
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Buckley's Mountainside Canoes is a family owned and operated business proud to offer the best in Michigan canoeing. Honoring the traditions established by John and Donna Buckley over nearly the last 40 years, the Busch family is proud to continue a strong practice of environmental and community stewardship. We proudly support the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy's mission of protecting the waters of mid-Michigan for generations to come. You can help by collecting bottles and cans and we will redeem the deposit for The Chippewa Watershed Conservancy.

We proudly rent only the finest Wenonah and Old Town Canoes, kayaks and Jackson Kayaks. Our experienced staff keep out fleet in ship-shape. We are conveniently located on the Chippewa River just off of West M-20, allowing you to start a trip after work and end conveniently at your car. The section of river we service winds through miles of natural forest lands in Sylvan Solace, Deerfield and Meridian Parks. We are proud to help maintain this river and have debris bags on hand for paddlers interested in helping while they paddle.

Paddling is a lifetime sport accessible to a wide variety of ages and abilities. Purchasing a fine water-craft can bring you a lifetime of fun, exercise and escape. Although we don't currently carry a stock of boats we are licensed dealer for Jackson Kayaks, Wenonah Canoes, Current Designs Kayaks and several lines of paddles. Talk to one of us today about the fine boats available today.
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John Buckley's 80 for 80-Supporting Friend's of Isabella County Seniors

80 years old, John Buckley will attempt to paddle 80 KM of the Chippewa River to support services for needy seniors

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