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A Different Canoe for You

Each guest is unique as is each of our canoes.  Some are long, fast, and sleek; Others are stable, well built, and roomy.  We have a variety of our preferred canoes for your special journey and will help you choose one which best suits your needs.

All of our canoe rentals include paddles, nice life vests and parking for your vehicle.   We outfit to all entry points on the Gunflint Trail and provide free transportation to most.  We'll help you decide on the best canoe for you depending on experience, size and type of adventure.  We are located on the water so you can even try the canoes before you leave.

2014 Canoe And Kayak Rental Rates (Per Canoe/Per Day)

When upgrading your canoe within a Complete or Partial Outfitting Package, the cost is only $20 per day/per canoe.  For example, let's say you purchased a Standard Expedition Package, which comes with either a standard Royalex Canoe or Alumacraft Canoe (included in the cost of the package), but now you want to upgrade your canoe to the lighter Boundary Waters Kevlar Canoe for it's speed, stability and lightness.  To figure out the cost of the upgrade, calculate the following example:  

Cost = $20 (multiplied by) # of days in the BWCA or Quetico (multiplied by) canoes rented.

Feel free to contact us if you're unsure of the best canoe for you, your group, your trip, or your route.  We will gladly share our experiences with you and let you know whether we feel a Kevlar Canoe would actually benefit your trip or make no difference at all.   For example, if you are only base camping on an island in Saganaga for a few days, we would let you know that upgrading to a Kevlar Canoe would probably be unnecessary in most situations like that.  If you intend on going down the Granite River then we would share with you the importance of being careful with a Kevlar Canoe in such circumstances and that you might consider using a Royalex or Aluminum Canoe instead, unless you plan on portaging often, etc...

Make & Model Materials Length Width Depth Weight

Rate Per Day

Alumacraft Quetico 17cl Aluminum 17' 36" 13" 62 lbs $33 $198
Alumacraft Quetico 185cl Aluminum 18'6" 37" 13" 72 lbs $47 $282
Wenonah Spirit II Royalex 17'" 34" 3/4" 67 lbs $33 $198
Wenonah Prism (solo) Kevlar 16'5" 30.75" 12.5" 37 lbs $33 $198
Wenonah MN II Kevlar 18'5" 35" 12.5" 42 lbs $47 $282
Wenonah Boundary Waters Kevlar 17' 36.5" 14" 41 lbs $47 $282
Wenonah Seneca Kevlar 20' 35" 12.5" 55 lbs $53 $318
Wenonah Kayak Kevlar/Polyethylene 16' " " 60 lbs $41 $246
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