Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is fast-growing and offers a fun, relaxing way to play on the water. SUP has become a favorite cross-training activity for the outdoors enthusiast looking for a full body workout. Don’t be nervous, your toes may get a little wet, but our family friendly paddleboards are very stable and easy to paddle. With SUP there is minimal equipment but so many possibilities. Because you’re standing, you’ll get to enjoy views of everything from the surrounding wildlife to the views of Mount Hood in the distance.
Paddleboarding Gear To Get Started:
- Stand up paddleboard (SUP): Obviously, to go paddleboarding one must have a paddleboard. SUP sizes are based on the paddler’s weight and experience. One of our outdoor adventure guides will help get you setup with the proper size paddleboard.
- Paddle: Choose a paddle thats about 6” to 8” taller than you are. SUP paddles have an angle or “elbow” in the shaft for more efficient paddling.
- PFD (Personal Flotation Device): The stand up paddleboard has officially been classified as a vessel by the U.S. Coast Guard, which means you should always wear a PFD whenever paddling navigable water.
- Leash: In the rare case you do fall off the SUP a leash will ensure that your board doesn’t escape your grasp.
So what are you waiting for, grab your board, throw it on your car (or ask us to put it on the water for you) and paddle away. Paddleboarding is an experience you don’t want to miss. Hourly, daily and overnight pricing available. Prices include board, paddle, leash and pfd.
|Stand-Up Paddle Board Rentals||Pricing|
|Overnight (next day return)||$75|
|To Trillium Lake, Frog Lake or Clear Lake||$10 per boat|
|To Timothy Lake||$40 (up to 4 boats)|