Kayak

Kayak

Starting at $85 per person
Trips are guided and with your private group. Gear, snacks, trailside homemade meals, expert guide included.

Feel the power of the water as you learn to navigate, carve and surf your way down the wonderful waterways of PA. This trip is perfect for family getaway, unique date, bachelor/bachelorette party or exciting group outing with padding instruction by one of our experienced, educated guides. Guides will provide the necessary equipment, knowledge, and skills in order to provide a safe, exciting, and memorable experience. 

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Paddling trips are located at one of our many nearby water trails, and are selected based on accessibility, difficulty level, and weather conditions. Paddling areas are located within a 30-minute radius of Harrisburg, PA. If you have a preferred waterway, please make us aware upon booking. Choose your canoe or kayak and call it your own for the day. It’s an experience that will open up every sense you have and create lasting impressions that you didn’t realize you needed.

Tips are not required but highly suggested.  Your guide works very hard to make your experience top notch. It’s customary to present a 10-20% tip to your guide at the conclusion of your trip.

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FAQ

Our kayaks accommodate one person and canoes accommodate two-three people. We limit our 
experiences to six people. If you have more than six in your party, please call, 240-394-0442 to discuss 
potential options.

We teach paddling skills to everyone and how to enjoy nature and the power and joy of being in the water. You’ll get such an incredible sensation, and thrill, by learning to navitage different water. From the sides where it’s usually quieter, to the eddy’s and pathways that it takes around rocks and trees.

If it’s the Spring, Summer or Fall, use layers to keep your body comfortable. If the winter, we’ll be using drysuits, but the same principle applies. It’s likely your legs and feet will get wet, so you’ll want to wear comfortable pants and shoes. If it’s cooler, put on waterproof pants if you have them.  We have helmets if you need one. Use a non-cotton base layer, preferably lightweight wool (cool days) or a layer made for wicking sweat and heat away.  

Wear eye protection and use Croakies to secure them. Wallets and phones should be put away in a cycling pocket or we’ll hold them for you.  Call for recommendations, if needed. Remember that wind from the ride will add windchill. Check this chart to estimate and dress accordingly: Wind Chill Calculator (noaa.gov)

Also, always check the weather for up to date information:

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