Pedal Boat Rental for Two or Four People from Old Wooden Bridge (Up to 51% Off)

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Customer Reviews

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Alex S January 5, 2018
This hotel came up on Expedia when my boyfriend and I were looking for a low key place to stay in the Florida Keys just before New Years. They had a couple of rooms/cabins left available and it looked decent, so we went for it. We got a confirmation from Expedia and thought we were good to... Read More
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Laura W August 21, 2017
"Can't wait for our next visit!"
The location of this little resort is perfect if you love the middle keys, as we do. So much to do here, fish off the bridge, paddle out of the private marina, swim in the pool and dine at the No Name Pub which is an experience all it's own. And it's just a short walk down a less traveled ... Read More
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sandrakocijan August 20, 2017
I definitely don't recommend to stay here. There was food in my refrigerator I had to throw out. There is papers on the refrigerator saying if your not happy with the accommodations their sorry but no refunds! There is so much grass in the ramp area you can't even hardly move your boat aro... Read More

What You'll Get

Two Options Available:

  • $30 for a pedal boat rental for two people ($55 value)
  • $39 for a pedal boat rental for four people ($80 value)

Kayak or Canoe?: Two Ways Across the Water

Splash into our exploration of their respective merits to decide whether to rent a kayak or canoe.

The basic form of the canoe is so ideally suited to the water that the US Army Corps of Engineers hosts an annual contest in which young designers build concrete canoes that have no trouble staying afloat. But despite their inherent seaworthiness, canoes aren’t right for every nautical outing—try turning one around when the current becomes too strong, and you may wish you were in an agile kayak instead. When deciding whether to use a canoe or kayak, you should first consider the watery terrain in which it has to travel, even before deciding whether The Slim Seagull is an appropriately cool boating nickname.

In general, a kayak will be easier to maneuver among rocks and other obstacles, whereas a canoe’s open top makes it easier to carry if you hit shallow waters. Kayakers also tend to have the advantage on the ocean or on rivers with rapids, since the vessel’s smaller profile pivots nimbly. Kayakers can also wear a special skirt that seals the gap between the deck and the rider’s waist so that water, even during rolls, doesn’t get into the vessel.

The human element is important, too. A double-bladed paddle propels a kayak through the water quickly, since the distance to the water on either side is minimal. And because they’re sitting almost level with the surface of the water and holding a long, balancing paddle, beginners may find a kayak feels more stable than a canoe. However, paddlers of different strengths can balance each other more effectively in a canoe, whereas in individual kayaks, weaker paddlers may end up straggling. In addition, the top of a canoe is almost always open to the air, making it easier to move around, cast a fishing pole, or have a face-to-face conversation about which side is starboard.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Must sign waiver. Reservation required. Subject to availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Under 16 must wear life jacket. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Old Wooden Bridge

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