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It was a nice enough day to be on the water! It was me and two twelve year olds. My only problem is that the boats don’t really go very fast when you pedal. Which I can understand- you don’t really want people crashing into...More
Nice little kayak spot in the middle of The Woodlands. Dog-friendly. $10 per person which include life jackets, the kayak, paddles and if needed, dog life jackets.
We like to stop off at Harper's Landing for a break to get a happy hour drink and...More
This was my first time kayaking and I couldn't have asked for a better experience. You go down a little ways down a canal and then the water opens up and you can choose to go wherever you want. The open water is more choppy...More
Went today for the first time and couldn't have been more disappointed! It was Mother's Day and I expected it to be busy. Well, I didn't expect was loads of people sitting around or hearing that I had to wait 2 hours and that I...More
Fabulous experience for residents looking to hit the outdoors and try something new. You don't need any experience to hop in one of the kayaks. The only downside could be littler passengers who get bored easily and want to escape. Otherwise, it's great family fun!
We recently went with a group of teenagers and preteens and they loved it. It wasn't really crowded and everything was very orderly over there.
I hope that they are more organized with the life jackets but honestly, it was better than other places. The...More
first time here. we tried the stand up paddle boards $20 hour easy learning curve. they do offer kayaks both single and double. you can purchase drinks if you like. the boat house has bathrooms and lockers but you need to bring your own lock....More