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Frequently Asked Questions 


WEATHER – We will not put kayaks in the water if we feel conditions are not safe.  Often this happens with heavy rain or swift water from a previous storm.  Reschedule your trip or receive a refund.

         GUEST CANCELLATION or NO-SHOW – If received at least 48 hours in advance, full                 refund or reschedule.  If less than 48 hours’ notice, 50% refund.

What should I bring?

  • Water, Gatorade or other beverage to keep you hydrated.

  • Shoes that can get wet. We recommend  water shoes. Flip-flops generally do not stay on your feet and end up floating down the river.

  • Dry clothes and towel. We recommend that you leave these in your car so you have something dry to change into after your trip is over.

  • Sunscreen

  • Bug Spray

  • Hat and sunglasses

  • Snack

  • Trash Bag

  • Comfortable clothing that can get wet and dry quickly.


  • Always wear your life jacket!

  • Leave your valuables at home so you don’t lose them in the river. 

  • Use a strap to secure eyeglasses or sunglasses.

  • Wear shoes that can get wet.

  • Do not throw trash in the river or on the river bank.

  • Do not bring GLASS BOTTLES. Glass bottles sink to the bottom of the river, create a hazard if broken and will never decompose.

  • We strongly recommend that you do not consume alcohol on the river 

  • Respect private property

What is your minimum age limit?

Minimum Age: Our minimum age is 5 years old, however some children older than five years old may not be ready to join you for a day on the river. Before deciding to bring a child canoeing or kayaking we ask that you consider the following:

  • Is your child comfortable in the water?

  • Do they know how to swim?

  • Do they enjoy swimming, are they comfortable going underwater?

  • Is it going to be too hot, too cold, too windy or just too sunny for a young child (are they heat tolerant)?

  • Do you feel confident that you can manage yourself, your boat and your child if your boat flips over?

As of 2020, all minors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a person at least 18 years of age.



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