1. Kayak Rental and Tour In Kansas City, Missouri

Kayak Rental and Tour In Kansas City, Missouri

Experience paddling in Kansas City waters in a kayak for as low as $30 per person. All Rates include boat, paddle, life jacket, and transportation. If you would like a guided trip, guide must be requested and additional fee applies. Rates: • KC Bridge Tour (1 hour): $30 per person • Scenic Highway (2.5 hour): $40 per person • Mile Maniac (4+ hours): $50 per person Other Routes These Routes are offered with limited availability. • Jumping Catfish-Platte River: $25 per person • Kansas River: $35 per person What You Can Expect: We provide kayak rentals for those of all floating capabilities to enjoy the Mighty Missouri River…a Kansas City icon as well as the Kaw River and the Platte River. The Missouri River is the longest river in the United States (actually the longest in the northern hemisphere). As it carves its way through the heart of downtown Kansas City, it provides us with a unique and scenic perspective of our great city. Take a few hours out of your schedule to paddle the river and see the landscape from a whole new view. Tours Offered KC Bridge Tour • Location: Kaw Point to Riverfront Park • Distance: 5.5 miles • Time: 1 hour Scenic Highway • Location: Platte Landing Park to Kaw Point • Distance: 10 miles • Time: Approx. 2.5 hours Mile Maniac • Location: Platte Landing Park to Riverfront Park • Distance: 15.5 miles • Time: 4+ hours Other Routes These Routes are offered with limited availability. Jumping Catfish-Platte River* • Location: Platte City, MO • Distance: 2.5 miles • Time: 1 hour *This float is contingent on adequate rainfall **Family rates available Kansas River* • Location: Turner Bridge Access Point to Kaw Point • Distance: 9 miles • Time: 3 hours *This float is contingent on adequate rainfall

Captain is optional.
You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
Capacity
1 guest
Tours, Lessons, and Diving
Tours

Owner:Tom

We have extensive experience with Canoe and Kayaks on the Missouri River

Features & Details

Length
16ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Fee Schedule In the event there's a mishap and equipment is damaged or lost, here is the cost sheet: • Life Jacket $30 • Canoe paddle $40 • Kayak paddle $40 • Canoe $350 • Kayak $400 Cancellation Policy If cancellation is due to weather, no charge. For all other cancellations, 5 days advance notice required for full refund. Inclement Weather Policy On the day of your float if the forecasted rain, wind, or water level is too high or not conducive to floating, we will reschedule. We also keep an eye on the river level. If the water is high and in "Action Stage" we will not put boats on the water. We appreciate your understanding. What You Need To Know • There's a waiver. The chance of an accident is low...but caution is a must. Floaters under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian sign the waiver. • If you would like a guide, there is a required tip of at least $25 for the bridge tour. Guides are subject to availability, please contact us early to arrange. • Keep your life jacket on the entire time you are on the river! Life jackets are provided, but feel free to bring your own. • Bring a watch. • Bring water and/or snack. Having water is critical during summer months especially on long floats. In high heat situations we will not allow people on the river unless they have fluids. • Old tennis shoes, water shoes, or sandals all work fine. • Minimum age required for MO River: 13 years and must be accompanied by an adult. • Minimum two floaters. -Keep your life jacket on all the time. • Be honest...If you feel uncomfortable at any time, tell your guide or group member. • Stay alert...The peaceful flow of the river can cause you to drop your guard. • Keep your bow (nose) down river. This will minimize any accidents. • Pointing the bow of the boat directly into the wind will help prevent capsizes. • Communicate. If you are having difficulty or see an obstruction ahead, be sure to warn those around you. Stay within hearing distance of those in your group. • In case you flip: -Don't worry about the boat or paddles. -Verify your partner is ok. -If possible, stay with the boat. -Get the attention of others.

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