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Paddle Board Rentals Lake Havasu

Experience the Fun of a Paddle Board

Explore the river and relax and take in the sights.

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Enjoy Stand Up Paddle Board Rentals at the most popular place in Lake Havasu.  Paddle boarding is one of the fast growing water sports which is a fun for all ages, easy, and a great way to exercise and play on the water all at the same time!  With a minimum amount of equipment, you can paddle up all types of areas of lake havasu including the London Bridge.  Paddleboards offer an amazing full body workout and is becoming a favorite cross-training activity for skiers, snowboarders and other athletes.  It’s a unique experience standing on the water to see all the beautiful sights, fish, and watercraft on the lake.

 

Features:

  • Get in on the latest water sports craze! Paddle Boarding is an excellent way to enjoy the water and get a terrific workout in the process!
  • Our 12’ Paddle Boards are extremely stable and provide an excellent platform for quick trips, long distance cruising, or even on-water yoga!
  • Brand new SUP Paddleboards
  • Adjustable paddles for various heights
  • Located right on the beach at The Nautical Beachfront Resort, step right off the sand and on to your board.

 

Here are a few pointers on how to stand up paddle board before you rent one:

When you’re just starting out, it’s easier to kneel on the board rather than to stand directly upright.  Standing alongside the board, place your paddle across the deck of the board and use it as a stabilizer.  The paddle grip is on the rail (edge) of the board; the blade rests on the water.  Hold the board by the rails.  One hand will also be holding the paddle grip.  Pop yourself onto the board into a kneeling position, just behind the center point of the board.  From that kneeling position, get a feel for the balance point of the board.  The nose shouldn’t pop up out of the water and the tail shouldn’t dig in and keep your hands on either side of the board to stabilize it.  Once you’re ready, stand up on the board one foot at a time and place your feet where your knees were.