Grand River Tours

Our guided Grand River kayak tours are among the most popular routes among visitors to the area.
We are Haldimand County’s ONLY complete paddlesports outfitters offering guided tours, paddling lessons, rentals and a full retail store with boats, boards, paddles, gear, clothing and MUCH more! We offer guided trips along different sections of the lower Grand River where it passes through the County from Caledonia in the north, to Port Maitland in the south where the Grand River ultimately meets Lake Erie.
The basic routes we guide are broken down into the following sections :

Caledonia to Cayuga : this is picturesque, narrow, and best done late spring/early summer due to water levels. NEW FOR 2014 – Choose between a solo kayak, tandem kayak, or canoe for this tour.
Cayuga to Dunnville : this is a full-day affair, best suited to those that can tolerate sitting (and paddling) for 5 or 6 hours in a day! NEW FOR 2014 – Choose between a solo kayak, tandem kayak, or canoe for this tour.
Dunnville to Port Maitland : we LOVE this tour! Departs Grand River Kayak and finishes at Lake Erie, in approximately 2.5 hours of easy paddling! NEW FOR 2014 – Choose between a solo kayak, tandem kayak, or canoe for this tour.
Lower Grand River Marshes Tour : this has been the #1 Most Popular tour for the last 6 years running! A leisurely 2 hour paddle departs and returns to Grand River Kayak. This is an easy paddle, scenic, and relaxing! NEW FOR 2014 – Choose between a solo kayak, tandem kayak, or canoe for this tour. Want to try this route by SUP? We now have a dedicated Lower Grand River Marshes Tour by SUP, too!
Lower Grand River Marshes “Sunset” Tours : a unique spin on the Lower Grand River Marshes Tour, in the evening. A great opportunity to explore this route at the best time of day to enjoy the golden rays of the setting sun!!

We also offer several “specialty tours” on the river, including Fireworks Tours, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and other special occasions.
We truly offer a “Grand Experience” anywhere in Haldimand County!