KAYAKS & CANOES
Paddle through mangrove trails and into the beautiful calm blue waters of the North Biscayne Bay. We provide a map and basic instruction for you to explore the REAL South Florida! You’ll have the opportunity to stop at our beach cove, and Sandspur Island.
Please note: Hourly Rentals are available on location only.
Must bring a state or government-issued picture ID.
HOURLY RETAILS AVAILABLE ON LOCATION ONLY ON FIRST-COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS
“Every 30 minutes after the initial 1.5 hours is an additional $5”
- Canoe or Kayak
- Safety Vests
- Safety Instructions
WHAT TO BRING
- Must bring a state or government-issued picture ID
- Bathing Suit
- Sun Protective Clothing (ie. Hats & Sun Shirts)
- Water Shoes or Waterproof Sandals
- Waterproof bags and phone cases
- Bug Spray (Also available for purchase on location)
$6.00 per vehicle. Limit 2-8 people per vehicle.
$4.00 Single-occupant vehicle or motorcycle.
$2.00 Pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in vehicle with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Pass.
In order to participate in this program, one:
- Everyone using rental equipment must wear a life jacket at all times.
- Must not exceed the manufacturer’s weight limit for the vessel (350 lbs. single kayak, 415 lbs. tandem kayak, 750 lbs. Canoe, 220 lbs. Standup Paddle Board).
- Must have the ability to follow verbal and/or visual instructions independently or with the assistance of a companion.
- Must have the ability to wear a properly fitted personal flotation device.
- Must have the ability to enter and exit the kayak independently or with the assistance of a companion or with the use of adaptive equipment.
- Must have At least one person in the kayak with the ability to move it through the water in a stable manner and return it to the launching area.
- Must have the ability to tolerate 80 degree Fahrenheit water and bright sunlight for 1.5 hours.
In the event of capsize, one:
- Must have the ability to get out from under the watercraft independently.
- Must have the ability to right oneself and remain face up in the water with the aid of a personal flotation device.