What You'll Get
Excelling at watersports, like aging gracefully or enjoying dried fruit, requires acceptance of pruney fingers. Outfit yourself for aqua play with today’s Groupon to Play Hard Niagara in Fort Erie. Choose from the following options:
• For $10, you get a one-hour standup paddleboard rental (a $20 value).
• For $15, you get a three-hour standup paddleboard rental (a $30 value).
• For $30, you get a seven-hour standup paddleboard rental (a $50 value).
The buoyant staff at Play Hard Niagara situates wave-riders of all ages atop an assortment of seaworthy standup paddleboards by name brands such as Liquid Shredder and Imagine Eco. Before unleashing aquatic adventurers across frothy spumes, one of Play Hard's expert instructors imparts a mini lesson that covers the basics of propelling over water and jousting techniques to fend off feral pool noodles. After receiving helpful pointers, paddleboarders then grab their one-bladed oars and hop on their planks to cruise Crystal Beach's idyllic waterways. Beachcombers can benefit from the full-body workout that paddleboarding provides, developing the core muscles needed to churn butter at a championship level.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Play Hard Niagara
The outdoor enthusiasts at Play Hard Niagara outfit visitors for romps on the water, beach, and street. Gear rentals ranging from sit-on-top kayaks to bikes equip explorers for adventures throughout the Port Colborne area, including trips along the old canal and Lake Erie shoreline. For a small fee, Play Hard's staff delivers equipment to nearby locations for full-day rentals. Back in Crystal Beach, the shop displays a multitude of recreational equipment, ranging from land-bound scooters to surf gear that stands ready to skim over a cresting wave or through layers of the upper atmosphere.