Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in
the rental price?
Canoe/Kayak/SUP, Paddle, PFD (Lifejacket).
What is a half day rental?
Any 4hr period from open until close. Any boats or SUP's
returned after hrs will be charged a surcharge.
What is a
full day rental?
until close. Any boats or SUP's returned after hrs will be charged
How late can I start
rentals will go out an hr and half before closing time.
Can I take the boat or board off of Lake George?
You can take our rental boats to the location of our choosing or
paddle directly out of our boathouse.
Do I need
No experience is needed. We will provide you with some basic
instruction and guidance prior to launching.
Do I have to wear my life jacket?
Absolutely! Each participant must sign a waiver stating, among
other things, that you will wear your life jacket throughout your
rental. The life jacket will keep you afloat even if you are tired
or cold, and is a critical piece of safety gear. It is very
difficult to put on a life jacket when you're in the water, so wear
it all the time.
What if I can't swim?
Everyone is required to wear a Coast-Guard-approved life jacket
while on the water, and these are designed to keep you afloat even
if you can't swim. You are certainly welcome to rent if you can't
Can I bring my young
Absolutely! We have life jackets for all ages, from infant on up.
Some people start their kids as early as six months. As long as you
feel comfortable bringing your child, we're happy to accommodate
you! Just don't strap your child into the boat.
Is there some place to park?
There is parking available.
Is there some place
have changing facilities available.
Can I bring food in
course! You are welcome to bring food and stop along the way for a
picnic or just a snack.
Is there some place
to beach the boats to have lunch or go for a swim?
tip of Tongue Mountain there is a state boat dock that you may use.
You can also land at Veterans Beach in Bolton Landing.
Can I bring my dog?
certainly welcome to bring your dog. Be aware that some dogs do jump
out of the boats, and you should be prepared to get them back in.
Don't tie your dog to the boat.