Kayaks Rentals Edmonton for Rent
When it comes to enjoying some time on the water, nothing beats a kayak for its combination of stability, maneuverability, and versatility. And it just so happens that Canada has some of the best paddling in some of the most beautiful settings in all the world.
Here at Family Fun Rentals, we have a full fleet of boats accommodating paddlers of all skill levels from beginner to expert. Whether it’s a lazy day on a lake or a slow-moving river you want, an adrenaline trip down a raging whitewater run, a multi-day paddling/camping adventure, or anything else, we’ve got you covered.
For lakes and slow-moving rivers, we have 5 options:
- Sit-On-Top– These kayaks are incredibly stable and are self-draining. If you happen to flip, they are easy to turn back over and don’t take on water. Basically, they’re unsinkable.
- Recreational– Pretty much a do-it-all kayak, a recreational kayak is by far the most popular because it can handle anything from calm water to mild (Class II) whitewater.
- Touring– These boats are longer and heavier because they have to be able to carry gear needed for longer excursions. If you’re doing a trip any longer than 1 or 2 nights, you probably need a touring kayak.
- Inflatable– These kayaks are incredibly versatile since they’re so easy to transport, and because they have multiple air chambers, they’re safer and more durable than you might think. With inflatables, you sometimes sacrifice some speed and tracking, but you get better stability.
- Pedaling– If you want a bit of a leg workout or just an easy day on flat water, a pedaler might be just what you need.
Inflatable Whitewater Kayaks
Also known as Duckies, these beauties have the toughness and the stability to help you cruise down Class II and III whitewater runs. Even if you’re a novice to whitewater, these boats take care of you!
If you’re an advanced or expert paddler, you’re probably going to want a creeker for its performance and the relative ease of transport. Looking to paddle Class III-V whitewater? Go with a creeker if you want to blast through the rapids!
Long boats, as they’re also called, are long and narrow and intended for whitewater use, though you can use them on any type of water. Because of how long and narrow they are, they’re much faster than other whitewater kayaks are.
To make sure you get what you want when you want it, please use our easy online reservation system.
When you reserve, you’ll also get all accessories such as paddles, PFDs, spray skirts, whistles, and bailing gear.
Ready to get out on the water? Let’s go!