The kayak was first developed by the indigenous people of the Arctic Circle, and was originally used to hunt down big game. Thankfully, today you can have all the fun of kayaking without the bitter cold and scary polar bears. West Coast Kayaks & Paddle Boards, located directly on the silky sands of Treasure Island, is offering a two-hour beach kayak rental for $20 (regularly $40). Explore the most beautiful beaches on the peninsula in style inside the ten-foot Splash Single kayak. Like to keep things vertical? A two-hour stand-up paddle board, double-seater kayak, or SUP/kayak rental is $25 (regularly $60). Hybrids convert into kayaks in seconds, perfect for longer rentals, when winds pick up, or when you just get tired of standing. After engaging in one of the coolest new sports crazes to hit Floridian waters, you'll be bragging about your stint as Nanook of Treasure Island Beach for years to come.
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PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON July 24, 2012
West Coast Kayaks & Paddle Boards
Two-Hour Beach Kayak Rental ($20) or a Two-Hour Stand-Up Paddle Board, Single-Seat Kayak/SUP Hybrid, or Two-Seater Kayak Rental ($25)
- from $20