FAQ's on Kayak Rentals

What you need to know about our kayak rentals.

If a named storm comes through our area we will gladly refund any unused days on your rental.  

We sure do! Just let us know if that's what you're looking for. We will hook you up!

Yes there are alligators. This is their home.  

Yes that is a great place to find dolphins, but keep your distance from the boats. They are much bigger than they look. You don't want to interrupt their work.  

YES! They are everywhere! You are very likely to see dolphins!

There are many waterways, canals, and open water to kayak in our area. Let us know where you are staying and we can recommend some amazing spots. 

There are many apps you can download and you can also pick up tide charts in the resort offices. 

No, the paddle will snap off and you will be miserable paddling with a onesided paddle. You will also be charged for a new one. 

That's up to you. DNR (Department of Natural Resources) requires you to have the life vest in the boat with you. You do not have to be wearing it. Be smart and wear it though.

You cannot leave your kayak on the beach overnight or alone on the beach with no supervision. Security will take them away and you will be charged for the loss of items. 

You will be charged a fee for the replacement of item ruined. 

We ask that you never drag a kayak in the sand, street, driveway, etc. It will drag a hole in the kayak and you will not be a happy camper when your kayak starts sinking. You will be charged for the damage. 

Yes they come with both paddles and life vests. The vests are adjustable. 

Never leave the kayaks on the beach. Please bring them to your house, condo or campsite when you are finished with them for the day. Leave them in the same place they were dropped off for our pick up on your last day.

No, you don't need to be present. We will leave the kayaks in plain sight with the paddles and life vests requested.  

Contact Form

If you have any questions or requests, please let us know.

Book Now