Inflatable SUP Rentals


You would reserve the number of inflatable paddleboard rentals you are looking for, and then on the day of your reservation you’ll come into the store to pick up your DEFLATED boards (you transport them deflated for safety of the equipment), take them out to your launch point, inflate them with the provided manual pumps (yes, it is a little work to pump them up), attach your fin to the bottom and voila– you’re all ready for your paddle adventure! Once you’ve finished with your time on the water, you will just deflate the board, roll it up and put it back in its bag to return to the store!

If you are trying to explore other unique destinations in our area with limited means for transportation an inflatable SUP is the option for you. Take them with you from our shop for multi day trips farther up lake, family fun on your houseboat trip, beach hang out at Lone Rock beach, or for the incredible float trip around Horseshoe Bend.


  • What is Provided: Inflatable paddleboard, life jacket, paddle, leash, hand pump, bag for transport and an instruction sheet on how to inflate your board. You can add on a Dry Bag Rental for $10 (first come first serve if you do not add on to your rental)
  • Delivery is not provided, you are responsible for pick up and drop off at our store location.
  • What to Bring: Plenty of water, food, sunscreen, camera with waterproof housing, sun gear and your Annual National Park Pass (or you will have to pay a $30 fee)
  • What is Not Included: $30.00 National Park entry fee not included.
  • What to Wear: Please come dressed and ready for a day on the water! Athletic clothes that are not cotton, hat and sunglasses, bathing suit in the summer and extra jacket in the spring and fall. Sturdy shoes that can get wet.
  • Returning: All gear is to be returned at the shop before the shop closes. Late returns will be charged an automatic late fee.
  • Specs: Our SOLtrain GalaXy boards are 10’7”L 33.5”W and the SOLsumo GalaXy boards are 11’4”L 36”W, both styles are All-Around boards with a padded handle at the center of the board and additional handles at the nose + tail of the board for ease of carrying once inflated. They are also equipped with bungee cords towards the nose and the tail of the board to strap any added gear down, as well as your paddle, pump, carry strap, board fin + an ankle leash to keep you attached to your board. All equipment will be given to you in a large rolling backpack for ease of transport.

Inflatable SUP Rentals

Explore the beautiful scenery of Lake Powell at your own pace with one of our inflatable paddleboard rentals.


Wahweap Bay Rentals

Enjoy the numerous beaches and calmer waters of Wahweap Bay on your own. This area is perfect for beginner kayakers looking to have a full day or just a few hours of exploring. An easy half mile paddle across the lake will get you to numerous hikes and canyons to paddle through.

Antelope Canyon Rentals

Explore the world-renowned Antelope Canyon at your own pace. This area is recommended for experienced paddlers. The round trip paddle to Antelope Canyon and back is approximately 5 miles round trip, with the option to hike through the recreation section.

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Situated near Page, Arizona, on Navajo land, Antelope Canyon is a mesmerizing natural slot canyon and a celebrated landmark in the American Southwest.

Famous for its extraordinary twisting corridors and striking formations such as fins, stalactites, and various speleothems, Antelope Canyon spans around 30 miles and is divided into four key sections. These sections include the well-known Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons and the less frequented Canyon X and Secret Antelope Canyon.

Formed over thousands of years by the forces of seasonal floods and wind, the canyon’s slender pathways stretch several hundred feet from its entrance. Renowned globally as one of the most spectacular slot canyons, Antelope Canyon is revered for its breathtaking beauty and distinctive geological structures.

Wahweap is a Paiute word meaning “bitter water” and is the first bay of Lake Powell straddling the border of Arizona and Utah. The alluring waters of Lake Powell nestled in this pristine bay stretch against a backdrop of towering red rock formations, including Castle Rock, Lone Rock and the Wahweap Window. This area is a popular spot for boating, fishing, swimming and camping with easy access to Lone Rock Canyon, Wiregrass Canyon and Ice Cream Canyon.


CHECK THE WEATHER! You will get wet! Quick dry workout out type clothing is best. No cotton! Dress in layers! 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! Things do get wet and the lake is very deep, so don’t drop anything! It is best to have everything contained in a dry bag. We recommend wearing your sunglasses with a tether (especially those with prescriptions). We do sell sunscreen, dry bags, floating phone cases, sunglass tethers and other things you may need for a day on the lake.
The National 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 Flotation Device or PFD) either attached to the vessel or worn at all times. All children under 13 years old are required to wear a USCG-approved life jacket at all times while on the water! Life jackets are included with the rentals and tours. Paddleboard leashes are required to be worn at all times and are included.
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. As long as you can physically get yourself back onto the vessel you are good to go! 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. A larger person may be more comfortable using a double kayak which will offer more floatation and stability so please let us know if you would like that option. Please contact us if you have any questions.
ust keep in mind that falling in the water is possible, so just be prepared in case you do. Our instructors can show you how easy it is to get back “on-board”. There are no lifeguards here so be smart and plan accordingly. Remember, paddling out is voluntary-paddling back is mandatory so know your limits.
All participants must come to our store to check-in and complete waivers. While checking in we will go over a map and give you directions to get out to the Wahweap Marina boat ramp. Before leaving our shop your group will grab lifejackets and then drive yourselves out to the boat ramp to meet your gear.