Get Outside. Explore. Have Fun.
Grab a paddle and come explore the Twin Lakes Wildlife Reserve and the Scioto River in Shawnee Hills near Dublin and Powell in Ohio.
Get Out and Kayak offers recreational kayaks (sit-in and a limited number of sit-on-top, as well as tandem kayaks) for your enjoyment.
$20 per person
for up to 3 hours of kayaking, exploring, and having fun.
$10 per person
if you bring your own kayak.
$15 for children
under 12 who are paddling.
Free for veterans
Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 How to Stay Safe and Enjoy Kayaking
We will be taking a number of precautions to protect the safety of our volunteers and customers in this program including:
- All customers will be required to book online and will be encouraged to print and bring their signed waiver with them.
- All customers are asked to wear masks while on land. Volunteers will wear masks at all times on land and on water when working with customers or other volunteers when social distancing is not feasible.
- Increased gear cleaning protocols. All gear and equipment will be sanitized and/or disinfected after each use.
- Group size will be limited to 6 and we are limiting the number of customers per session.
- Customers and volunteers will adhere to 6 foot distancing both on land and on the water.
- Anyone who feels sick is asked to stay home and will be provided a full refund.
- Everyone will be asked to sanitize their hands frequently.
- Hand sanitizer will be available.
- Customers are asked to use a restroom before arriving at our facility. A porta-potty is available for onsite emergencies only.
This is a challenging time for all of us, but our first priority is to the safety of our customers, staff and community.
Get Out and Kayak Team
Open June 6, 2020!
Please select the dates available below to make reservations.
Get Out and Kayak is a social enterprise venture of Adaptive Sports Connection. Kayak experiences support and educate the general public about the organization’s mission to improve the health and wellbeing for veterans, children, and adults with disabilities through outdoor sports and therapeutic recreation and to promote inclusion.
This venture is possible through a grant from Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), a company who believes a life outdoors is a life well-lived.