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River Rental Rates

Whether you're looking to rent a kayak for yourself or a raft for your whole group, Adventure Sports has all your rental needs. Browse our rental rates below and contact us to reserve your equipment.

2021 Rental Rates

Individual & Group Rental Rates

All Prices are per person per day

Number of People (Adult Fares) Canoes & Rafts 1 Person & 2 Person Kayaks
1 – 9 $50.00 $52.00
10 – 19 $44.00 $46.00
20+ $39.00 $42.00

Free Group Leaders with 20 or more. Ask for details

Non-Profit Youth Group Rates

Must have tax exempt certificate
All Prices are per person per day

Number of People (Adult Fares) Canoes & Rafts 1 Person & 2 Person Kayaks
1 – 9 N/A N/A
10 – 19 $36.00 $42.00
20+ $33.00 $40.00

Free Group Leaders with 20 or more. Ask for details

Family Rate $11.00: children 2-17 years old traveling as a 3rd or 4th person in a canoe or 5th or 6th person in a raft. Does not apply for non-profit youth groups

What’s provided with my rental? We include; canoes, kayaks or rafts, paddles, lifejackets, river maps, orientation, trip planning and FREE shuttle transportation for people, luggage and boats.

Additional Details

Renting Canoes, Kayaks or Rafts

We take pride in our top quality rental craft consisting of Old Town canoes and Hyside 6-man rafts. We offer various length trips on the Delaware River, through the beautiful Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Even if you have never canoed, kayaked or rafted before, you will be surprised how quickly you learn. From the moment you first dip your paddle into the water, you will be taken by the serene beauty of the river. It’s almost the way the Indians knew it many years ago. In fact, we still find their arrowheads along the shoreline to remind us of America’s heritage. Adventure Sports will have you exploring and canoeing through the spectacular Pocono Mountains and Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area of Northeastern Pennsylvania. In some respects a lifetime away from the fast pace of the city, yet less than a tankful of a gas round trip from either Philadelphia or New York.

Daily Canoe, Kayak or Raft Trips

Spring, Summer or Fall, the Delaware River offers an exciting outdoor adventure for beginners, as well as the more experienced. Our staff would be happy to help you choose between canoes, kayaks, and rafts as well as which trip would best suit your needs. Keep in mind that a fun day on the river can consist of many exciting activities. Important: You have use of the canoe, kayak or raft from the time of your arrival until our closing. Don’t Rush! We encourage you to take your time and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you. You can stop on one of the many unspoiled islands for a picnic lunch. Our canoes and rafts can easily carry your coolers and other equipment. On hot days, many people enjoy jumping out of their canoe, kayak or raft and floating down the river in their life jacket. There are many spots along the way to take a swim break. Other activities can include snorkeling, hiking, and fishing (with license) to name a few.

Multi-Day Canoe or Kayak Camping Trips

For overnight canoe camping trips, the National Park Service provides primitive riverside or island campsites without charge. The campsites are not accessible by vehicle and are restricted to only bona fide canoe or kayak campers. We offer many different overnight trips to choose from, that vary in length from 14 miles to over 34 miles. Our staff would be happy to help you plan your trip. Adventure Sports provides FREE shuttle transportation up the river. You float down the river, with the current, to the finish.  We suggest getting to your campsite early in the afternoon, so you have plenty of time to set up camp and enjoy other activities such as hiking, swimming, and fishing. The campsites are primitive, as you would expect on a wilderness trip. They consist of a fire ring and a few have “outhouses”. Some sites are suited for one tent while others can handle several. You are responsible for carrying out your own trash and maintaining proper camping etiquette. Glass containers are prohibited and food should be packed in animal-proof coolers or containers. For your safety, National Park River Rangers patrol the area.

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