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Free Spirit Tours – Paddling

CategoriesON THE BAY, PADDLING
LocationCollingwood

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  1. Scenic Paddle
    1.5 – 2 hours on either the Beaver River or Nottawasaga River. We provide boats at the access point. You put in and take out at the same spot, paddling up river and back.

  2. Grab and Go
    Visit one of our locations to rent a canoe/kayak/SUP. You load it on your vehicle yourself and drive away. Before choosing this option, make sure your vehicle is properly equipped to safely transport your rental (pickup truck / roof rack / foam blocks / tie downs). Not sure? Please give us a call.

  3. Chalet/Cottage Delivery
    Please call (705) 606 0867 for more information.

Beaver River – Access Point 2 – Epping

686560 Side Rd 19
Kimberley, ON

  • $45/person

  • Includes all your equipment (kayak, sup or canoe / life jacket / paddle / safety kit)

Meet us at the Beaver River Access Point #2 and we will greet you there to get you going on your paddle. You’ll have the opportunity to see egrets, herons, cormorants, muskrat, turtles and so much more.

NOTTAWASAGA RIVER

1888 Klondike Park Road
Wasaga Beach, ON

Nottawasaga River  – Wasaga Sports Park – Jack’s Lake

  • $45/person

  • Includes all your equipment (kayak, sup or canoe / life jacket / paddle / safety kit)

Meet us in the Wasaga Sports Park (park near our “kayak rental” sign and walk past the Wasaga Sky Dive trailer towards the river). We will greet you there to get you going on your paddle into spectacular Jack’s Lake. The paddle goes through beautiful wilderness and you’ll have the opportunity to see bald eagles, trumpeter swans, osprey, beavers, turtles and so much more.

Cost Includes: Boat, paddle, life jacket, safety kit, brief instruction
Experience: Beginners to Experienced – Both rivers are great for beginner paddlers. You’ll get a map of the river and be shown some paddle strokes to help you maneuver your boat.
What to bring: Water to drink (in a day pack so it’s easy to carry), a water resistant camera and sunscreen
What to wear: Sun hat, bathing suit, clothes you don’t mind getting wet, water shoes or sandals

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