- $28 for $50 worth of kayak rentals in Twin Lakes
For four hours, you’ll get to paddle a kayak or paddleboard across either or both of Lake Elizabeth and Lake Mary. Afterwards, be sure to grab a meal at the adjacent Sand Bar and Island Grill, which is owned by Leslie’s dad.
The features, advantages, and other kayak basics to be familiar with before hitting the waves.
A Chat with Leslie's Kayak & Paddleboard Rental
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We are located right next to the Sand Bar & Island Grill, the local tiki bar. Grab a drink and some grub then head on over for an adventure! Watch the sun set and have a day on the water for a great escape. Come out for moon or meteor shower cruises! Don’t forget to reserve spots first!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Kayaking and paddleboarding complement the island feel and together, they make a perfect tropical getaway.
What do you love most about your job?
Being in the sun and enjoying the few months of summer that we have each year. Plus having my dogs hang out all day with me.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
That this is a great idea and it’s very convenient. This lake (Elizabeth) connects via channel to its “twin” (hence Twin Lakes being the name of the town), Lake Mary. It’s a great, cheap way to enjoy the lake without committing to buying a kayak or paddleboard.