Kayaking in Lake Worth Corridor

60-Minute Kayak Rental for One, or Two-Hour Rental for One or Two from Jet Ski Rentals & Tours (Up to 50% Off)

Jet Ski Rentals & Tours

Pompano

$35 $18

Individuals or pairs paddle kayaks for one or two hours

Four Hours of Single or Tandem Kayak Rental from Atlantic Boat and Jet Ski Rentals (Up to 75% Off)

Atlantic Boat and Jet Ski Rentals

Pompano Beach

$80 $20

Riders paddle single or tandem kayaks down pristine waterways peppered with mansions and waterfront restaurants

Two-Hour Kayak Rental for One or Two from Life's A Beach Watersports (Up to 64% Off)

Life's A Beach Watersports

Lighthouse Cove Condo

$40 $15

Watersports outfitter doles out kayaks and life jackets to one or two riders for expeditions

Two-Hour Single- or Tandem-Kayak Rental at American Watersports (Half Off)

American Watersports

Sea Gardens Beach & Tennis

$30 $15

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Kayaks help explorers navigate picturesque coastlines

Two-Hour Kayak Rental for One or Two, or Kayak Tour for One from Sunrise Paddleboards (Up to 64% Off)

Sunrise Paddleboards

Bal Harbour

$40 $15

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Sightseers navigate kayaks across coral reefs and inland waterways on their own or with assistance from an experienced guide

Guided Half-Day Kayak Tour for Two or Four from Riverfront Kayaks Paradise Tours (Up to 54% Off)

Riverfront Kayaks Paradise Tours

Stuart

$118 $59

Experienced guides lead calm, three- to four-hour scenic trips during which participants may spy birds and manatees

Motorized Kayak Tour for One or Two from Motorized Kayak Adventures (Up to 42% Off)

Motorized Kayak Adventures

Fort Pierce

$60 $36

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Tour-goers take in beautiful, exotic scenery along the continent's largest, most diverse animal and plant estuary

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The single and tandem kayaks of Paddle Away Sports encourage competitive and cooperative paddling, and standup-paddleboard rentals entail relaxing expeditions and include long paddles for fending off carnivorous barnacles. The knowledgeable staff leads instructional sessions for new riders and sunset tours of the shimmering waters.

4653 Holly Lake Dr
Lake Worth,
FL
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Pristine beaches, a seemingly endless supply of sunshine, swordfish, dolphins, manatees—like a slideshow of a tropical vacation, Palm Beach has all of these. Yet without the proper guidance, many sights go unseen and many memories go unmade. So Visit Palm Beach acts as the treasure map to the area’s bounty, imploring its customers to take to the sea in search of the damper half of local entertainment. Adventurers can traverse the ocean on waverunners, parasail 800 feet above the cerulean-blue water, or kayak around Peanut Island in search of its elephant mayor. Visit Palm Beach also acts as a hub for catamaran charters and snorkeling excursions so that guests can explore the deep blue for rarely seen marine species.

98 Lake Dr.
Singer Island,
FL
US

Insider tips on tidal patterns and secret surf spots, borne of a lifetime in local waters, are part of the intangible edge offered by Singer Island Surf Camp Inc., in operation for the past 15 years and run by a born-and-raised native of Palm Beach. As a Palm Beach County native, camp founder and owner Paige Parker doesn’t remember a time she wasn’t closely tied to the water. When she and her neighborhood pals were kids, she recalls, “The ocean was our playground and our babysitter.” And though it's probably true that anyone with a lifeguard certification could lead snorkeling tours and sportfishing charters, Parker knows that her inborn understanding of the local tidal patterns makes a difference.

A staff of surf-seasoned EMTs and firefighters who are also certified in ocean rescue, lifeguard, CPR, and first aid help Parker lead private and group surfing lessons for all ages and experience levels as well as provide paddleboarding and kayaking instruction. And when school’s out, kids aged 6–16 years old can dive into summer camps and surf along Singer Island's reef-and-sandbar system or paddleboard to Peanut Island. A full rental shop, meanwhile, fills out its stock of standard surf gear with standup paddleboards, kayaks, water trampolines, and inflatable water wheels.

Southern Blvd Bridge Park
West Palm Beach,
Florida
US

Every day for the past 20 years, the team of adventurers at Island Camps has heard the call of the ocean's cresting waves. They've answered with a full slate of surfing and standup paddleboarding lessons and day camps geared toward beginners who might be hearing that call for the first time. Certified in first aid and lifeguard ocean rescue, they help students feel safe while instilling in them the skills needed to explore the wild blue yonder.

Since paddleboarding is easy to pick up, the team regularly leads newcomers on tours of the intercoastal waterways and Deerfield Island Park. During sunset and ecology tours, groups dip their paddles into cool waters while slipping past mangroves, wetland marshes, and the cave of the local sea lord. If you're looking for a more grounded experience, Island Camps also offers skateboarding lessons that teach basic skills and tricks such as the ollie.

1985 NE 2nd St
Deerfield Beach,
FL
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La Playa Water Sports thrills customers with its aquatic thrill rides, including a new one: the flyboard. After the rider is strapped in, they're propelled up to 30 feet into the air?or dive below the water's surface?thanks to powerful jets of water spewing from the board-mounted boots and wrist-mounted nozzles. The durable craft draws its power from any personal watercraft, such as a jet ski or hyperactive dolphin, letting the fun go on and on. Certified trainers, including Fredrick Senn, one of the first flyboarders in the area, are always on hand to fit clients with life jackets and helmets and to cover safety tips and basic operation before each session. Though the waterfront facility specializes in flyboards and banana boats, future services will include surfboard and kayak lessons and rentals.

1701 Riverview Road
Deerfield Beach,
FL
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Manatees glide under the silent shade of mangrove trees. Tropical fish flock together in clear island waters. Out in the wilderness, silence abounds, interrupted only by the jovial voices of tour guides as they point out special landmarks, including the historic Jupiter Inlet lighthouse. At Jupiter Outdoor Center, visitors immerse themselves in local ecosystems through watery sports such as kayaking and standup paddleboarding, embarking on guided tours, or heading out to explore on their own.

Group tours take paddlers out to explore local waterways and stargaze or search for marine wildlife. Guides expound on local history as they pass sights such as the Jupiter lighthouse and Dubois Park. On various trips, they can traverse calm waters in protected waterways through Jupiter Inlet Aquatic Preserve and St. Lucie Inlet Preserve, navigating open streams and mangrove-sheltered estuaries. Staffers also supplement their sport-based excursions in classes, during which they lead night or early morning wildlife-photography safaris or teach yoga workouts aboard standup paddleboards.

960 N Hwy
Jupiter,
FL
US