Kayak & Standup Paddleboard Rentals
Owned and operated since 1957, Las Vegas Boat Harbor offers boat, personal watercraft and water sport equipment rentals of all kinds, including kayaks. You can choose between our individual kayaks or tandem models that accommodate two people but can also be operated by just one person.
Las Vegas Boat Harbor and Lake Mead Marina are located in the Hemenway Harbor and has the distinction of being the world’s largest privately owned marina. Marina visitors will also find two restaurants and bars along with two marina stores carrying all the essentials including picnic supplies, maps, souvenirs and more. The favorable climate in Southern Nevada makes it possible to enjoy water sports at Lake Mead year round. You can escape the summer crowds by booking your kayak adventure during the fall or winter months.
A variety of power boats and waverunner jetskis are also available for rental.
A kayak is a small, lightweight watercraft that typically holds one or two people. Boaters manually propel it with a paddle featuring one blade on each end. At approximately 10 feet long and a weight of 60 lbs. Once you are out on the water, you have complete control over where you want to go. You can paddle along the shoreline, head for deeper waters or visit one of the nearby islands to explore while enjoying the spectacular scenery. Boulder Islands is a popular destination for kayakers of all ages and skill levels. Even beginners will find this to be an amazing journey. Once on the beach you can swim, hike or kick back on the shore and enjoy a relaxing picnic before returning to the harbor.
If you are looking for the best source for paddle board rentals in Las Vegas, all you have to do is plan a day trip to Lake Mead Marina.
This water sport is quickly gaining in popularity as more and more people discover how much fun they can have paddling around on the water’s surface. A stand up paddle board looks very similar to an oversized surfboard, but unlike surfing, no waves are needed to move through the water. Instead, the user manipulates a long fiberglass paddle to propel the board through the water. The board is a little less than 10 feet long, is made of high-density polyethylene and has a fin on the bottom to provide stability and help with navigation.
In addition to the fun factor, using a paddle board is a great way work out because it requires using the stomach muscles to balance, which offers effective core conditioning. Because paddle boarding is a low impact activity, there is little risk of damaging tendons and ligaments.
Paddle boarding is suitable for people of all ages making it the perfect activity for families looking for a recreational sport that everyone can enjoy.