Choose From Three Options
- $37.50 for a two-hour double-kayak rental, plus lunch ($75 value)
- $37.50 for two one-hour standup-paddleboard rentals, plus lunch ($75 value)
- $90 for a three-hour electric bicycle tour for two, plus lunch ($180 value)
Each option includes a lunch for two at Stickleback West Coast Eatery. Lunch includes two Stickleback burgers with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, and roasted-garlic aioli, as well as two sodas.
Kayakers gear up at Kayak Rush Adventures, where expert guides go over basic kayaking information before unleashing paddlers onto the waters of the Sooke Basin. Standup paddleboards take adventurers out into Cooper’s Cove, and electric bikes assist cyclists with peddling as they travel uphill towards the Sooke potholes or follow the Sooke Basin to Matheson Lake.
The tranquil waters of scenic Cooper’s Cove lap against the outdoor waterfront patio at Stickleback West Coast Eatery, allowing diners to take in their surroundings as they chow down on artisan burgers, seafood, and sandwiches. Inside, a natural-cedar bar covers one side of the dining room, while at the opposite end broad windows let in warming sunlight. Against this nature-tinged backdrop, servers tote menu items such as bowls of red thai curry, texan burgers topped with pulled pork, and pan-seared halibut crusted with dried mushrooms. Located next to Rush Kayak Adventures, the eatery also gives patrons the opportunity to grab a burger before taking a paddle downstream to see what it’s like to be a tuna.