Sonoran Kayak Rentals

Rental Rates

XL kayaks are still available! Old Town Kayaks stopped making the xl kayak but we still have a handful left that can be available upon request! If you have a child under 70 lbs,  and don't want to rent a tandem, these are the kayaks for you! They are also great for the extra tall paddler for added legroom!  With the seat removed its a great place for a dog to ride along with you. (Same price as a single kayak!  See below.)

You may pick up your kayak rental the night before for NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE! when kayaks are available.

 Single Seat Kayaks

$40  for the first day. 
$20  for each additional day.

$120  for the week. 


Tandem Kayaks (two person)
$60 for the day.

$40 for each additional day.

$150 for the week. 

Stand Up Paddle Boards

 $30 for the day 

$20 for each additional day 

 

All kayak and stand up paddle board rentals include paddle, life vest, and straps to secure to your vehicle.

Going Fishing? upgrade your kayak to a fishing kayak includes fishing rod holder for at rest and trolling and an anchor. Add $5 to upgrade to a fishing model for the entire rental we have single or double fishing kayaks. 

You can rent the kayaks here and take them to any lake or reservoir you wish, even out of state! 

Dry bags, Waterproof cellphone cases, tie down straps, and universal car tie down kits are also available. Two boats can easily be carried in the bed of a pickup truck or strapped to any car or SUV roof rack. 

No roof rack or want to haul the kayaks on a trailer?
If you have a trailer hitch, class one, two, or three, our kayak trailers are available to rent small trailers can hold 1-4 kayaks and large trailers can hold 1 - 12 kayaks! Trailers can be pulled by any size car, truck, or SUV.  (2 inch ball and 4way flat wiring we have all other wiring adapters)

Trailer Rentals: $50 for the entire length of your rental

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Testimonials

  • "It's always a great time paddling with Jeremy. He's got a great attitude and knows a lot about the places we kayak. He's a well trained Paramedic if first aid is needed. He's go..."
    The Dutch