What You'll Get
Numerous ecological regulations impact our fish, yet few volunteers are interested in doing the hard work of registering them to vote. Canvass your local waterways with today's Groupon: for $17, you get a kayak rental for a two-to-three-hour trip from Mifflintown to Port Royal including shuttle service Monday–Friday from Juniata River Adventures in Mifflintown near Port Royal (a $35 value).
Juniata River Adventures casts kayaking patrons down the currents of the babbling Juniata River aboard buoyant vessels ideal for leisurely peeks at local flora and fauna. Spend two to three hours in the Juniata's tranquil waters skimming past five miles of birds, turtles, and other wildlife, most of whom lack the disposable income to buy or rent their own kayaks. Crafts receive either a hand or power washing after each ride, ensuring they are free of residual sunscreen and face paint from river-dwelling mermimes. On arrival in Port Royal, shuttles escort floaters back to their cars in Mifflintown.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather. Valid only Monday through Friday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Juniata River Adventures
The shores of the Juniata River abound with lofty trees and verdant plants, creating a scenic backdrop for Juanita River Adventures's aquatic excursions. The family-owned-and-operated company saddles guests into quality and clean tubes, canoes, and kayaks while pointing them toward scenic routes, plentiful fishing holes, and cozy campsites. Staff at their headquarters lease fishing rods and tackle, while their campgrounds speckle with picnic tables, horseshoe pits, and a beach-volleyball court. Throughout the trip, guests have the chance to witness diverse wildlife— such as bald eagles, smallmouth bass, and tech-startup employees on wilderness team-building retreats—in its natural habitat.