booking and availability
*Tours start at $49.00 per paddler - For same day availability please call!
TOUR TIMES: (ending October)
• Daily availability at 9a, 1p, 3p (except Wednesday)
• Custom duration at start times are available
• Board, paddle, PFD, leash, wetsuit
• Paddling instruction and tips
• Nature and history tour
• Departure location from Brighton Beach unless otherwise indicated
• Children welcome
* We recommend a paddler is at least 12
* Weather FAQs
* Not sure what you should bring along? Check out our packing list here
* 2 person minimum group size per tour
Head out onto the world's largest lake with a SUP tour. Cruise along the rocky shoreline of Brighton Beach or paddle right up next to the William A. Irvin in Canal Park. Paddle boarding is a great way to get out and test your balance or relax on the water. From glassy days to waves that are just big enough to surf it's a great was to explore.
We offer a 2 hour tour that launches from either Brighton Beach or Park Point. If you're looking to rent a board, you're in luck! SUP boards are the only item we rent out without a guide. Drop off or pickup can be arranged. Rates start at $30 a day for rentals.
Keep in mind that you will likely get wet while paddle boarding. Be sure to wear a swimsuit! We will provide a wetsuit to keep you warm if the water is chilly.
Our most popular paddle boarding tours run along the shorelines of the Duluth area, along the (almost) white sandy (and sometimes snowy) beaches of Park Point, and up the rugged North Shore.
Park Point and Canal Park - Our most popular tour location. We start our tour on Park Point and explore the far western end of Lake Superior. See Canal Park and the Aerial Lift Bridge from the water. Watch a ship pass through the canal, and explore the historic structures located just off shore.
Brighton Beach - Located on the far east end of Duluth, this is the true start of the North Shore. Heading north we will paddle along the rocky coast and explore the scenic shore. If we head south we will enjoy views of massive mansions such as Glensheen.