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Tours and rentals can be reserved at a number of locations in the region. For Kayaking the most common launch sites are:
On The Water:
Customers should be prepared to get wet. Sandals, a swimsuit or other polyester clothing that dries quickly. The Scouts have a saying..."cotton kills".
You will only get as wet as you like, from just a few drips off the paddle to stopping at Stella and jumping in to cool off! It's up to you!
Customers should wear sturdy shoes, and dress appropriately for the weather. It can be cool in the shade, so layers are best on a cool day.
All guides are outfitted with first aid kits, extra water and snacks.
Clients should bring water, sunscreen, a hat, and snacks (for longer itineraries).
All equipment rentals come with all required safety equipment, helmets, life jackets, emergency whistles, etc.
Dry bags are available to keep your things safe and dry while you are on the river.
All guides are outfitted with first aid kits, extra water, and snacks.
Your pet! Feel free to bring along your pet providing they have experience on a kayak, bike or canoe before. Niagara Outfitters makes no asurety of the animals safety while on board. It is the oewner's responsibility to keep the animal safe an secure while on board.
Besides the amazing and serene view of the river, wildlife! Most people who spend any time on the river see at least a few of these while on the water.
BIRDS: There are over 300 species of birds in the region including; robins, cardinals, blue jays, chickadees, woodpeckers, wrens, finches, Canada geese, purple martins, thrushes and gulls, lots of gulls! You will almost for sure see a great blue herons and if you're lucky you may catch a glimpse of a bald eagle!
Mammals: There are 35 species of mammals in the region including; squirrels, skunks and raccoons, as well as white-tailed deer, weasels, rabbits, red foxes, muskrats, and bank beavers.
Reptiles: There are 14 spececies of reptiles in the region including, garter and milk snakes, frogs, toads and painted and snapping turtles.
As much as we would like to take every call and tell you all the wonderful things this region has to offer (for those who have spoken to me, know what I'm talking about, (it's a passion). But these days, it is just not feasible. With the poor service on the water and at the launches, calls and voicemails are easily missed.
TEXTING is the best way to reach us!
We will attempt to respond in a reasonable amount of time, but we are expecting a very busy season, so please look over the website and the reservations site (using the "Book Now" button).
There is tons of information available here and if you still have questions, definitely give us a call!
Weather Policy: We will make every attempt to go out, even in rain, however, lightning is a hard No Go.
If the weather cancels your trip, you will receive a full credit to reschedule your tour. If rescheduling is not an option, you can elect to get a 100% refund.
All of our reservations and private information collected is powered by Fareharbor, a secure, online booking software system used all over the world. When booking a reservation Niagara Outfitters wants to ensure its customers that their private information is secure and never shared with an outside source.
All activities require customers to sign a liability waiver. Click on the button here to sign the waiver electronically.
Please note that you may or may not have service at the river, so it is best to fill out the waiver ahead of time.
Paper waivers are available at the start locations. Please let your guide know if you have not signed the waiver.
Join us at beautiful Stella Niagara where yoga will take place inside at the Center for Renewal before the nature walk through the Stella Niagara Nature Preserve. Covid protocols will be in place. There will be access to bathrooms and warm drinks will be provided. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity on the Spring Equinox.