Karen Marvin, owner of South Shore Paddleboards in Babylon, runs a near-weekly paddleboard event in which the group spends two hours cleaning up garbage from the Great South Bay. (Credit: Debbie Egan-Chin)
South Shore Paddleboards (Babylon, New York) is not only the largest paddleboard shop on Long Island, but a space where people will feel at home.
Christmas is coming early for South Shore Paddleboards. After a fast-moving fire destroyed her business, South Shore Paddleboards’ owner Karen Vaccaro Marvin announced she is re-opening next week in her original Babylon location.
Karen Marvin creates real-life magic in the world of stand up paddling
SouthShore Estuary Reserve Council 2019 Stewardship Award presented to Karen Marvin
Karen Marvin opened South Shore Paddleboards in 2014, a dream that for her had been a long time coming.
A 25-mile paddle for Autism and the Environment around NYC.
Karen Marvin, organizer and owner of Long Island's largest stand up paddleboard shop gathers her group of mostly locals on a mission to clean the waters of LI.
Paddleboarders from all across Long Island and from surrounding states paddled against the elements Aug. 25, to compete in the Fifth Annual SUP at the Bay Shore Yacht Club (BYC).