Biologists estimate that water makes up 65% of the human body, 71% of the planet’s surface, and 0% of the R&B group Earth, Wind & Fire. Conquer the planet’s most prevalent liquid with today’s Groupon to The River’s Edge in Leechburg. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get two all-day canoe rentals (up to a $90 value).
- For $70, you get four all-day single-kayak rentals (up to a $140 value).<p>
Today’s deal is only valid May through September.<p>
The River’s Edge sends maritime adventurers of all skill levels on scenic explorations of the Kiskiminetas River in canoes and kayaks. Up to six people strap on life jackets and commandeer two canoes as they set out on the waterway, populated by wildlife such as deer, bald eagles, geese, and feral former child stars. Groups of four paddlers can opt for a quartet of individual kayaks, slicing their way through the water before stopping at swimming spots, fishing holes, and eating spots recommended by Evelyn and Neill, The River’s Edge’s friendly owners. At the end of a day of lazy drifting or frenzied oar-churning, a shuttle picks up nautical mavericks and returns them to The River’s Edge, where they can browse the gear shop to acquire their very own canoe or kayak.
The River Edge’s prices fluctuate throughout the week.
The River's Edge Canoe and Kayak
Evelyn and Neill Andritz grew up near the banks of the Kiskiminetas River and quickly became enamored with its wildlife and natural beauty. Wanting to share this passion with others, they founded The River’s Edge, where fleets of kayaks, canoes, and tubes send groups on aquatic journeys into nature.
As watercraft meander down the river, they pass the habitats of local wildlife including deer, bald eagles, geese, and feral former child stars. Alternatively, rental bicycles facilitate on-land adventures, and two primitive campsites let visitors sleep along the river's bank.
Inside The River’s Edge's shop, friendly staff members help customers to purchase kayaks and aquatic gear, or choose the best bait and tackle to catch schools of fish crackers. They also add a touch of nature to homes at a garden center.