Pre-registration REQUIRED for all events & ends 24 hours prior.


"Can I bring my kids?"

Ages 4-10 as a non-paddler in same kayak as parent*. (Limited availability)

Ages 11-15 in tandem with parent -OR- solo with participating adult*.

Ages 16-17 with parental permission/ signature on waiver*.

*Special restrictions may apply. See trip details for info.


Kayak rental price is listed & may be supplied by an outside livery.


Launch details are subject to change & 

will be emailed upon registration.


TO REGISTER FOR A GUIDED TRIP

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:

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                Quick Trips (2 -2.5 hours, priced per vessel):
                                                      Minimum 2 / Max 12 people per trip

Single Kayaks    $25 guide fee + $10 rental fee = $35
Tandem Kayaks  $35 guide fee + $15 rental fee = $50


Thurs., June 16 Sunset in Avon Lake 7:30-9:30
Friday, June 17 Rockin' On The River 7:00-9:00
Sunday, July 3 Fireworks in Lorain  8:30-10:45 SOLD OUT
Friday, July  15 Rockin' On The River 7:00-9:00
Thurs., July  14 Sunset in Avon Lake  7:30-9:30 SOLD OUT
Sat.,     July  16 Huron River Sunset  7:00-9:30
Friday, Aug.  12 Rockin' On The River 7:00-9:00
Thurs., Aug.  18 Sunset in Avon Lake  7:30-9:30 SOLD OUT
Friday, Sept.   2 Rockin' On The River 7:00-9:00
Thurs.,  Sept  15 Sunset in Avon Lake 6:30-8:30
                1/2 Day Trips (approx. 5 hours, priced per vessel):
                                                      Minimum 2 / Max 20 people per trip

Single Kayaks    $40 guide fee + $25 rental fee = $65
Tandems kayaks $50 guide fee + $35 rental fee = $85


Tuesday, Aug.   2   1:00-5:30pm  Huron River
Tuesday, Aug.  23  5:00-9:00pm Black River w/ dinner*
Saturday, Sept. 3   5:00-9:00pm Black River w/ dinner*

  **~*SPECIAL EVENTS*~**

Middle Bass Island Overnight
2 days Paddling & 1 night Camping

Sat. & Sun., September 10 & 11, 2016

Early Saturday morning, we'll load the kayaks with our travel/camping gear, and take the ferry over to Middle Bass Island. Launching upon docking, we'll paddle around the corner to check-in at camp, then continue circumnavigating the island for the afternoon. We'll enjoy our packed lunches during a break from paddling, and dinner will be your choice - campfire meals or a nearby restaurant, both at your own expense. Sunday morning's breakfast will be prepared & provided by your hosts, Stephanee & Robb. Day-two's paddling adventure will be a group decision based on wind & weather. Departure will be on your choice of ferry Sunday afternoon/evening.

Special Age Requirement For This Trip:
16 years & older only. Minors must be accompanied by a guardian.

Price includes:
~2 days Guided Trip Middle Bass & surrounding Islands
~1 night beach camping at MBI Ohio State Park
~Round-trip Miller Ferry tickets
~Sunday morning breakfast
~Some Snacks 
**Please bring your own water**
(enough for 8+ hours before refilling)

~Rental includes: 
Kayak, PFD, Paddle, Whistle & Lights -- ONLY
**CAMP GEAR IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY**


Single Kayaks:

$140 guide fee + $30 rental fee

= $170*
[Minimum 13' kayak required.]


Tandem Kayaks:

$150 guide fee + $40 rental fee

= $190*
[Extensive tandem experience required.]


*1/2 due upon registration.

But it's Calm-Water kayaking... why do I want a "Guide"??

As your kayak guides, we are ACA (American Canoe Association) Certified 
Coastal Kayak Instructors with our American Heart Association CPR Cards. 
Trained in self, assisted, and life-saving rescues, we also know the history and details of the trip locations as well as native wildlife. Before each event, we review a basic paddle stroke and how to use your whole body to move the vessel (no, this isn't all arms.) So your trip will not only be safe, but also educational. 

You can relax knowing we have paddled this area and know the land -- And what to do if there's suddenly an emergency or in the event of a "swimmer". 
While kayaking is a relaxing and recreational pastime, you must remember to respect the water and be prepared for the conditions and other boaters around you. 

It's never a bad idea to leave the important stuff to the professionals, so unwind, enjoy the scenery, and let us take you for a trip you 
won't believe happened in northern Ohio.
 

Questions? CONTACT US.