Single Kayak

Paddle down the Catawba River in our spacious single person Crescent kayak

  • Deck plate dry storage with ditty bag
  • Full length keel for speed and tracking
  • Molded in cup holder
  • Large storage in rear with bungee cords
  • Molded sided handle for one person carrying
  • 3 scupper drainage holes
  • Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Kayak Style: Sit on top
  • Includes: kayak, paddle, life vest and safety whistle

Tandem Kayak

Let your worries drift away while you paddle down the Catawba River with a partner in a durable Crescent Kayak

  • Deck plate dry storage with ditty bag
  • Full length keel for speed and tracking
  • Molded in cup holder
  • Large storage in rear with bungee cords
  • Molded sided handle for one person carrying
  • 3 scupper drainage holes
  • Weight Capacity: 450 lbs.
  • Kayak Style: Sit on top
  • Includes: kayak, paddle, life vest and safety whistle

Tubing Details

Let your worries float away while you drift down the Catawba River in this top of the line Texas River Run Tube

  • Made of PVC with a mesh bottom
  • 2 built-in cup holders
  • 2 air chambers for safety
  • Built-in-backrest
  • Floating cooler to store select beverages & keep them cold
  • 5 built-in cup holders for your favorite beverages
  • 2 built-in trays to hold your some snacks or food
  • Durable Handles
  • Includes life vest and safety whistle

News & Notes

Forth of July Kayaking on the Catawba River

Book today to go kayaking or tubing on the Catawba River this Fourth of July First of all congratulations to all the parents and students for making it through the […]

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Kayak & Tubing Rentals on the Catawba River

Single Kayaks, Tandem Kayaks, and Tube Rentals on the Catawba River Starting May 5th, 2018 we will officially be reopening for the season. We will be offering kayak and tubing […]

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Keep an Eye on the River’s Level When Booking Your Trip

Firefighters in Rock Hill rescued four kayakers from the Catawba River over the weekend, with an assist from a water tour operator after the fire department boat’s motor conked out.
Story first published by the Rock Hill Herald

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