Kayakers, unlike pancakes or depressed turtles, muster the will to get themselves upright when flipped upside down. Float through life with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for a two-hour kayak rental (a $20 value)
- $29 for a three hours of kayak instruction with a guided nature tour with kayak rental for one (a $60 value)
- $55 for a three hours of kayak instruction with a guided nature tour with kayak rental for two (a $120 value)
Seasoned guides lead sightseers along the waters of Lake Ray Hubbard, sticking close to the shoreline to catch glimpses of bald eagles, blue herons, and coyotes. Click here for the tour schedule. Alternatively, experienced kayakers can embark on undirected adventures while renting a variety of kayaks ready for whitewater or quiet ripples. Small children can sit in between their parents' legs for no extra charge. Larger children can sit at the front of a tandem kayak with a parent, but they must have their own Groupon. They will count as the second person if using the tour for two option. Larger children may also opt to paddle their own kid-sized kayak solo, for which they will also need a Groupon.
Kayak Instruction, Inc.
Kayak Instruction, Inc.'s tale begins in 2000, when Dave Holl and his friends went kayaking in the Grand Canyon. As he paddled through the crashing water and listened to the laughter of his friends, Dave came up with a plan to start his own kayaking school. He'd hire a crew of top instructors—certified teachers with a real love for the sport—and build a fleet of quality kayaks.
Today, Dave's crew of seasoned instructors boasts an abundance of kayaking certifications and awards. When the instructors aren't helping fledgling kayakers achieve mastery over their oars, they're parting Texas waters during tours of scenic landscapes populated by bald eagles, blue herons, and fluttering land sharks. The team also rents out an assortment of recreational, tandem, whitewater, and sea kayaks by the day.
94% of 415 customers recommend
“Lots of fun! Go early in the morning before it gets too hot outside.”
“Bring water or fifty cents to purchase to keep hydrated. Wear close toed shoes to protect feet in water. Hats are good too. Have a Great time!”
Paddle Point Park on Lake Ray Hubbard
6600 Miller Rd.
Rowlett, Texas 75088