Kokomo Canoe & Kayak Rentals
765-860-1500
Rental Information



Kokomo Canoe & Kayak Rentals

  Kokomo Reservoir Park
at the 500E bridge
 NOT the 400E boat ramp !

 841  N 500 E

 Weekends 10am - 6pm at the Park, if we're not there just call!

Weekdays by reservation

3 Ways to Rent :

1. Rent and use at the Reservoir
2. Pick up yourself,use anywhere,anytime
3. We'll deliver for a fee


Weekends $20hr or day rate

       Day Rates
incl paddles and PFD's

Canoes  $35 

Single Kayaks $25-40 

Tandem Kayaks $45

Paddleboards $30 day

Over 75 Canoes and Kayaks available. 

Trailers / Roof Racks too !

We have many new kayaks this year from Jackson, including Cruise 12, Journeys, IBIS and Riveria's and Paddleboards too !

Call ahead to pick up your boats for a fun day at the Kokomo Reservoir, Wildcat Creek or for your next vacation !

4356E 100S
(Boulevard 3 miles east of Kokomo)
1.5 miles from Reservoir of Hwy 19
   
Delivery extra.

Groups discounts available 
 

We rent our boats for your personal use all year. Paddle the Wildcat Creek, Eel River, Mississinewa Reservoir or use during  your camping or vacation trips.



Paddle the recently opened Jerome to Greentown section of the Wildcat Creek, paddle through Kokomo or rent a boat to see the eagles by the Bronson bridge.

Never paddled a kayak before ? Anyone can learn to paddle a kayak in 10 minutes – our kayaks are easier to learn and more stable than canoes !! Our 2-seat tandem kayaks allow 2 folks to paddle and also take along a small child.  Many kayaks also have rudders to make steering a cinch! Pets welcome !

Watch for our Facebook page  - we hope to update with Wildcat Creek water status and blockages, offer trips and offer classes for new kayakers.
Special : Mississinewa Rentals
We deliver for free - 2 day min
or pick up yourself

Come to our weekly


Wednesday Paddles (weather permitting) 
5:30 PM
Greentown Hwy 22 Boat Ramp

Bring your own boat
or call to reserve a rental boat



 


Want to know about the paddling the Wildcat Creek, find out about access sites, mileage charts and paddling descriptions see

www.WildcatCreek.net 


For water levels and flow see
www.noaa.com

For Indiana's largest selection of canoes and kayaks
go to Fluid Fun in Bristol,IN
www.fluidfun.com



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