Best kayak rentals of 2021
Best in Lake Tahoe: Tahoe Adventure Company
- – Price: about $ 25 to $ 35 an hour; about $ 60 to $ 90 per half day; approximately $ 80 to $ 100 per full day
- – Rental periods: Schedule, half day, full day, several days
- – Minimum age to ride: N / A
Why we chose it
Not only does Tahoe Adventure Company have flexible rental options, but it also made our list because of its amenities such as on-site parking, a convenient launch location, and picnic areas.
Advantages and disadvantages
- – Convenient rental and launch location with ample parking
- – Flexible rental options
- – Tenants can also take advantage of on-site toilets, picnic areas and shade
- – Online booking is less advanced than other rental companies on our list
The Tahoe Adventure Company is conveniently located on the shore of Lake Tahoe in the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area, and has parking, on-site restrooms, picnic areas, and shaded areas for relaxing. The store offers paddlers three kayak rental options: single, double and double XL. And, while there is a two-hour online reservation minimum, renters who book for two hours get the third hour free. You can also choose between half-day, full-day or multi-day rentals.
Single kayaks cost around $ 25 an hour, around $ 60 for a half day (four hours), around $ 80 for a full day (eight hours), or around $ 98 for 24 hours. Double kayaks cost a bit more: around $ 35 for an hour, around $ 90 for a half day, around $ 100 for a full day, and around $ 120 for 24 hours. Renters must also pay an additional $ 2 per person to cover North Tahoe PUD recreation costs.
In addition to the standard kayak rental at Tahoe Vista, Tahoe Adventure Company is also partnering with Mini Tour to provide a rental package at Sand Harbor State Park (minimum approximately $ 320 per group).