Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about your upcoming trip? Perhaps the answer can be found below. Our helpful crew is always available via telephone or email if further clarification is needed. Reach out to us at or 928-645-4017.


We are open for the 2024 season! Tours and rentals are available to BOOK NOW! 

It is a very good idea to reserve ahead especially in peak season we do tend to sell out daily. Easiest way to book is on our website. Feel free to call us for same day availability.

Our address is 836 Vista Ave, Page Arizona 86040. We are in downtown Page. We ARE NOT located on the water. Lake Powell is inside the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. After checking in at our shop you must drive yourselves into the Park which is about 15-minutes away.

To get into the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area you must purchase a pass at the park entry gate. The fee is $30.00 per vehicle and is good for 7 days unless you have a National Park Annual “America the Beautiful” Pass. This fee is NOT included with rentals or tours. So be prepared to pay at the lake entrance if you do not have a parks pass.

Wind is our biggest weather related issue here so always check the weather before you go! Click here for more weather information. We are in the high desert at about 4500 ft of elevation, so our normal temperatures can range from the low 100’s in summer to the low 20’s in winter. We are usually about 10 degrees cooler than Phoenix or Las Vegas due to our altitude. Our summers are very hot and dry. We can have snow in winter.

Quick dry, non-cotton, workout out type clothing is best. Dress in layers, as it can be cool to start and warmer as the day goes on. We do have a rocky environment and you will want to protect your feet with sturdy footwear. A hat, sunscreen and sunglasses to protect you from the sun.  We do rent wetsuits and splash gear in the colder months.

Food, water, and sun protection are most important. Things do get wet and the lake is very deep, so it is best to have everything contained in a dry bag. We provide dry bags on tours and rent them for an additional cost for renters. We do sell sunscreen, dry bags, floating phone cases, sunglass tethers and other things you may need for a day on the lake.

If you book a tour with us your guide will transport all the gear for you. If you book a rental we deliver to either Antelope Point Boat Launch or Wahweap Stateline Boat Launch. We do not deliver to Lees Ferry. 



Yes, they are included with all rentals and tours. You must have a life jacket with you at all times and anyone 13 and under must wear it while paddling-by law. We have adult, child sizes and even have some for dogs! Leashes are also included with paddleboards and must be worn.

We have boards and kayaks that can accommodate up to a 250 lb individual. We reserve the right to cancel any rental or tour if we feel the safety of you or another person is at risk. Keep in mind the lake is very deep and sometimes you do not have the assistance of being on shore to get back onto your vessel, so you must be comfortable getting yourself back into/onto your vessel if you do happen to fall into the water. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns. 

Paddleboarding uses a different set of muscles than kayaking. So it can be challenging. We do not recommend beginner paddleboarders on our tours. Wahweap Bay is a great area for getting comfortable on a paddleboard. We do offer private paddleboard tours where we can include a lesson. 

Falling in the water is rare, but does happen. If you are concerned about safety a guided tour would be a great option for you. Our tour guides are highly trained and certified to keep you safe on the water. 

There is no current on Lake Powell. However, wind and boat wakes can create wavy conditions. It is usually more calm in the mornings.
There are no biting fish, leeches, sharks, or alligators. Just fresh water fish.
You will encounter boats and other water crafts on the lake that can create boat wakes. It is usually more calm in the mornings. Antelope Canyon itself is a no wake zone.



Unfortunately our permits do not allow us to offer guided tours on the Colorado River. CLICK HERE for everything you need to know about how to kayak Horseshoe Bend on your own. 

Yes, you can! You will need to set up a water taxi to get you up river. 

We do not deliver to Lee’s Ferry. Complimentary car racks are available for you to transport your gear to the river.

Click Here to review our cancellation policy.

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Yes, it is! We built it ourselves back in 2015-16. You can see how we built it here-