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Jun022017

2017 Mississippi River Paddle Share Season is Here! Reserve a Kayak Online

The Mississippi River Paddle Share is a new and exciting recreational and transportation opportunity for people who don’t own a boat and want a safe and enjoyable river experience. This is a first of its kind in a national park and in the country.

Three options:

  1. North Mississippi Regional Park to Boom Island Park
    (Friday - Monday)
    Rent a single-person or two-person kayak (for $25 or $40, respectively, for three hours) from North Mississippi Regional Park and paddle 3.9 miles to the return stations located at Boom Island Park. All kayaks and equipment must be returned to Boom Island Park by the end of your rental period.
  2. Lowry Avenue Bridge to Boom Island Park
    (Friday - Monday)
    Rent a single-person kayak (for $20 for three hours) from the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization and paddle 1.7 miles to the return stations located at Boom Island Park. All kayaks and equipment must be returned to Boom Island Park by the end of your rental period.
  3. Coming Soon!
    Hidden Falls Regional Park to Harriet Island Regional Park
    (Friday - Monday)
    Rent a single-person or tandem kayak (for $25 or $40, respectively, for three hours) at Hidden Falls Regional Park and paddle 6.3 miles to the return stations located at Kelley’s Landing at Harriet Island Regional Park. All kayaks and equipment must be returned to the appropriate locker at Harriet Island by the end of your rental period.
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