Types of watercraft available for rental
Our canoe selection offers stability and maneuverability; perfect choices for paddling on a lake or river. Canoes are the best option when you need to haul lots of gear, like space to move around, or have children you want to join in.
Recreational kayaks, also known as sit in or cockpit kayaks, are stable kayaks that give the paddler a low center of gravity, multiple points of body control and responsiveness. Although entering and exiting require greater effort, the benefits of better control are suited to the sportier paddler.
Sit on Top Kayaks
Paddlers sit on top on these kayaks, hence the name. This popular style of kayak is designed for easy exit and entry, splashing or just laying out and soaking up the sun. They tend to be slightly wider than recreational kayaks, which provides good stability.
Angler Sit on Top Kayaks
These are sit on top kayaks outfitted to specifically appeal to fishermen. Rod holders, tank wells and other well placed enhancements make these the ultimate companion for the savvy fisherman.
Tandem Recreational Kayaks
These are also sit in kayaks, with the difference being that two paddlers fit into a single cockpit. Tandems tend to be easier to control for novices than canoes, especially when only one paddler is engaged.
Tandem Sit on Top Kayaks
These have the same advantage of tandem recreational kayaks, with the unrestricted movement that sit on top kayaks offer. These are a very popular alternative to canoes.
Stand up paddleboarding is a completely different way to move on the water. Instead of laying or sitting on a surfboard, the paddler stands on the board and propels themselves with a paddle. Rent one and experience the fastest growing segments of paddlesports. (Lake Rentals Only)
Pedal boats utilize leg power to ‘pedal’ the boat. They are larger, more stable and hold more passengers than canoes or kayaks. Though not as fast and agile as other craft, pedal boats allow the group to come along and move about on the water. (Lake Rentals Only)