FUN AND SUN RENTALS and TOURS
Scarborough,Maine (207) 730-1926

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ONE WAY RIVER TRIPS

We offer scenic, easy, and convenient self guided river trips by kayak or stand up paddle board on our local rivers starting at just $40 per person with no minimum number of people. Seven days a week between 9 and 5. Other times are possible, and sometimes we have to reschedule, depending on tide, wind, and weather. Reservations are recommended.

Enjoy the fabulous beauty of Maine's largest salt water marsh with its many inhabitants. You might see Great Blue Heron and Snowy Egrets, Bald Eagles, Harbor Seals, and even a 4 foot long Atlantic Sturgeon jumping out of the water. On clear water days you might see striped bass swim under your kayak or paddle board. Although you may feel like you are far removed from "civilization" , in fact you are never far from shore, and less that two miles from the beach and your trip's starting point or "put in".

We have done this trip with well over a thousand people and it remains our most popular.

HOW IT WORKS. Just call us at (207) 730-1926 to make a reservation. The come to our shop at 10 Snow Canning Road in Scarborough to get briefed on your trip and fitted for a life jacket. That's it. We will explain the trip and answer all your questions, then meet you at the put in with the gear. We will meet you at the "take out" at the end of your trip on your schedule and take the gear so you can be off to your next adventure. We provide ground transportation back to your vehicles for at least your drivers.


WHAT TO WEAR.  You will probably get slightly wet below your waist if you take a kayak on the River Trip as we use only sit on top kayaks which have drain holes.

  • hat
  • sunglasses
  • water shoes or flip flops (required)

WHAT TO BRING.

  • water (ask us for a free bottle if you forget)
  • sunblock
  • dry bag for your phone (ask us for a free loaner if you don't have one)

BEFORE YOU GO.  You will be travelling through part of the  Scarborough Marsh, one of New England's greatest natural resources. Home to many wild creatures and birthplace and nursery to many others. You might want to read a little about it if you have time. Here are links to get you started.

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