What You'll Get
Helicopter pilots are in constant danger of action stars climbing aboard their craft and throwing them out; kayakers, however, need only fear falling helicopter pilots. Steer an unstealable vessel with today's Groupon: for $32, you get a full-day kayak rental for two at Lisa’s Kayaks Inc. in Fort Pierce (a $64 value). This Groupon entitles customers to two full-day single kayak rentals or one full-day tandem kayak rental.
Lisa’s Kayaks Inc. catalyzes active lifestyles by outfitting its customers with a variety of exploratory equipment, with a primary focus on quality kayaks. Friendly owner and operator Lisa oversees full-day rentals of paddle watercraft for human pairs seeking light full-body exercise, photographs of waterfowl, or an authentic place to practice Waterworld monologues. Cruise easily from Lisa’s digs at The Mellon Patch Inn into nearby Wildcat Cove or up and down the protected coastline, exploring the Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, Pepper Beach State Recreation Area, and Avalon State Park. Customers may also pick up the kayaks to take to a destination of their choosing and reunite them with Lisa at the end of the day.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 3 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required; 1hr cancellation notice required for weather-related issues. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lisa's Kayaks
Lisa Fasnacht loves to see people go outside and be active—so much so that her company's web address is its own call to action, GetOutsideandDoSomething.com. Then there's her company's Facebook page, where she's just as apt to plug excursions with the local Meetup group outside-adventure club as she is her own equipment rentals, which include use of outdoor gear such as bicycles, Trikkes, standup paddleboards, and camping equipment. She also leads guided kayak tours along the Treasure Coast's waterways, giving guests occasional glimpses of wildlife such as eagles suffering from male-pattern baldness.