Kayak Rentals

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Our comfortable, easy to use sit-on-top kayaks are perfect for cruising the canyons of Lake Powell. Our kayaks are perfect for the explorer who likes to sit down and glide along. Kayak rentals include paddle, life jacket and car racks for easy transporting.

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Come see the amazing reflections of the canyons.

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We help you load the kayaks on your car and show you how to use the simple racks. We will give you maps and all the information you will need to have a great time on the water! Daily and multi-day rentals available.

Kayak Racks

Our Equipment: Perception, Abaco and Ocean Kayak sit-on-top kayaks. We do not rent sit-in kayaks for safety reasons here.

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Kayak Rates:

Single Kayaks are $30 per day or $25 for 3 days or more.

Double Kayaks (for 2 people) are $45.00 per day or $35 for 3 days or more.

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Things to Bring:

  • Valid ID and Credit Card
  • Towel
  • Water!!
  • Snacks
  • Sturdy sandals
  • Sunglasses with tether
  • Sunscreen!

Recommended to bring:

  • Hat
  • Swimsuit
  • Waterproof camera
  • Your friends and family!!

Please review the Safety Tips listed on our website prior to your visit. See link below.
Credit Card Deposit Required. Sorry, no rentals to anyone under 18 without a parent or guardian to sign a waiver.

NOTE: Park Service regulations require all operators 13 years of age or older to have a Type III adult USCG-approved life jacket (also known as Personal Floatation Device or PFD) either attached to the vessel or on the operator’s person. All children under 13 years old are required to wear a USCG-approved life jacket at all times while on the water.

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Please call the shop at least 24 hours before the scheduled rental to cancel. Credit card payment required on all rentals. Read our cancellation policy here.

*Please contact us if you would like to schedule a rental at a time after hours.

Please note: National Park entrance fee is $30 per vehicle and is not included in the rental. This is collected at the National Park entrance stations unless you have a National Park pass.

Please review the safety tips listed on our website prior to your visit.
CLICK HERE for Safety tips

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