Enjoy a day on the Grand River... Do a "Boat & BBQ" with our local caters.
Beginner Group Choices
Like sitting in a bean-bag chair… floating down the river.
We supply paddle, tube, life-jacket, dry bag & shuttle ride
Group Cost: $35 per person plus HST
Great for non-swimmers… cannot tip over.
We supply paddles, raft, life-jacket, dry bag & shuttle ride
Cost: $160 for 8 person raft or $220 for 12 person raft… plus $10 per person plus HST
A very stable boat… hard to tip over… group fun
We supply board, paddles, life-jacket, dry bag & shuttle ride
Cost: $150 per board plus $10 per person plus HST
Experienced Group Choices
The tandems are very stable and maneuver well.
We supply paddle, tandem kayak, life-jacket, dry bag & shuttle ride
Cost: $85 for 2 people plus HST
Our 16 ft canoes will hold 3 adults
We supply paddles, canoe, life-jacket, dry bag & shuttle ride
Cost: $75 per canoe plus $10 per person plus HST
Answers to Forgotten Questions
How To Book: Because this is a customized program you cannot book online. Please email us or call our office to arrange your corporate adventure.
Trip Length: 3-4 hours in length… we do have a 2 hour route.
Options: Tripper Lunches can be ordered or catered barbeques arranged at the end of the trip.
How Your Trip Works: Once booked… we will send you a confirmation with what to bring and where to meet. Upon arrival, there are washrooms, then meet your guides and do an orientation talk, pack up the gear and the adventure begins.
Weather & Cancellation Policies: Final price is based on headcount given 48 hours out from date of event.If cancellation is given 48 hours in advance, there is a full deposit refund.
If bad weather… we will contact you by 7am that morning or decide the night before. Your group has 3 choices if bad weather:
1 Move start time around
2 Choose another date
3 Get a full refund
What to Bring: Good sunscreen, hat, sun glasses, retainer string for eye glasses, water & snacks, gloves if hands blister easily, lip balm. Bring footwear you don’t mind getting wet… the river bottom is rocky. If you burn easy… long sleeves and pants… otherwise swim suits or clothes that dry quickly. Denim jeans are not a good idea… they stay wet forever! If cooler weather… dress in layers so you can strip down as you get warm.