Getting out of the house is often hampered by the fact that most houses are located inside a bigger and fancier house. Step outside the house outside your house with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $12 for a one-hour rental of one kayak or one paddleboard (a $25 value)
- $22 for a one-hour rental of two kayaks or two paddleboards (a $50 value)
- $22 for a two-hour rental of one kayak or paddleboard (a $50 value)
- $40 for a two-hour rental of two kayaks or two paddleboards (a $100 value)
Each kayak can seat one or two people.
Watersports at Little Harbor Resort
Dolphins arc across the bay's surface as manatees lope through the blue water right alongside hydrobikes pedaled by visitors to this region teeming with aquatic opportunities.
From its half-mile stretch of sandy white beach, Watersports' team launches sojourners across Tampa Bay in easy-to-navigate recreational vessels. They rent everything from jet skis that saddle up to two adults and one child to standup paddleboards that provide full-body workouts while sightseeing. Spacious pontoons make up to 12 people buoyant, whereas singles or duos steer kayaks across the bay's crystalline surface. Solitary seafarers can watch dolphins arc across the bay's surface while pedaling a hydrobike, which combines the water-loving properties of hydrangeas with the agility of land-roving bicycles. For guests without boating experience, Watersports' captains can also ferry passengers onto the water for sunset cruises, where guests wait anxiously until the sun goes down so they can steal their friends' Walkmans under the cover of night.
Watersports at Little Harbor
Cypress trees sway in the breeze, lush tropical vegetation soaks up the sunshine, and white sandy beaches glisten nearby as Watersports at Little Harbor's rental jet skis, paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, and pontoons tote adventurers across the waters of Tampa Bay. The Key West–style resort allows families and friends to glimpse local wildlife as they skim scenic shorelines and chase picturesque settings at an aquatic reservoir as vast and secluded as Bigfoot's bathtub. The resort's alighted tiki torches and palm trees that border its tiki bar and pavilion attract groups for company picnics or private events such as weddings and parties, during which revelers can partake in watersports, dance to reggae, or watch a fire-dancing show.
Ruskin Community Developement Foundation
611 Destiny Dr.
Ruskin, Florida 33570