Kayak Rentals For Lake Powell
Our Rentals Includes
- Pads and straps are provided by us to mount the kayak(s) to your vehicle.
- Sit-On-Top: Dry Box, Dry Bag, Paddles, Life Jacket
- Touring: Paddles: Life Jacket, Pump, Spray Skirt
Pick-Up and Return Time
All kayak(s) are to be picked up at 908 North Navajo Drive Page, Arizona. 86040-2526 U.S.A. and need to be transport by renter.
Pick-up Time: 8:00 AM Arizona time
Return Time : 5:00 PM Arizona time.
After hours or late returns will be assessed a $20.00 late fee per kayak(s).
Reservation for rentals for specific dates requires full payment in advance.
Walk-in kayak rentals are available on first come first serve basis.
Any rental reservation cancelled within 14 days Hidden Canyon Kayak will provide a refund minus $10.00 processing fee per kayak(s). If the cancelation occurs more then 14 days $20.00 processing fee will be charged.
Sit-On-Top: FeelFree Kayak – Gemini
This boat is an all round performer whether you are out for a day exploring, fishing or just having fun with the family. The tandem design of this kayak works great for exploring Lake Powell. With two people on board picture taking is a snap and longer distances can be covered with more ease.
|Width||32.6 inches (83 cm)|
|Length||12.4 feet (3.7 m)|
|Max Load||550 lbs (250 kg)|
Sit-On-Top: FeelFree Kayak – Nomad
The Nomad is an all-round state of the art single person kayak. Comfortable and stable this is a great option for most paddlers visiting Lake Powell. The roomy cockpit and ample storage are perfect for a day of paddling.
|Width||29.3″ (74.5 cm)|
|Length||9.6′ (2.9 m)|
|Max Load||330 lbs (150 kg)|
Sit-On-Top: FeelFree Kayak – Juntos
This kayak has lots of storage and performance in one package. It has additional space for a child or a pet, while still being super stable. This kayak is an all around performer for those who need a little more….
|Width||30.3″ (77 cm)|
|Length||11.3′ (3.4 m)|
|Max Load||396.8 lbs (180 kg)|
For Experienced Paddlers
Touring: Current Designs – Storm GT
Designed and built to handle tremendous abuse; the Storm GT offers high gear capacity and comfortable stability, anyone can paddle a Storm with confidence. Great for longer trips it has secure performance on all types of water. This model uses a rudder for added control in wind and rough water.
|Width||24″ (60.96 cm)|
|Length||17′ (518.16 cm)|
|Max Load||400 lb. (180 kg)|
Touring: Current Designs – Sirocco
The Sirocco appeals to paddlers who crave performance yet want a boat that is user friendly. The Sirocco boasts tight turning, quick paddling performance along with ample storage. The Sirroco uses a skeg for added stability in rough conditions.
|Width||23″ (58.42 cm)|
|Length||16’10” (513.08 cm)|
|Max Load||375 lb. (168.75 kg)|
Touring: Current Designs – Squamish
The Squamish is a boat built for smaller paddlers. It uses a skeg for stability and provides ample dry storage with hatches both fore and aft. Very responsive it is great for paddlers under 140 lbs.
|Width||23″ (58.42 cm)|
|Length||15’8″ (38.1 cm)|
|Max Load||250 lb. (112.5 kg)|