Kayak + Canoe Rentals – Hochatown / Broken Bow, OK
When is the last time you’ve floated down a river in a tube OR went kayaking/canoeing? If it’s been way too long, you’re in for a treat on your next trip to Hochatown / Broken Bow, OK. This would be the perfect adventure to take with your friends or family! There are numerous options for kayak and canoe rentals around the area. We definitely recommend calling ahead to make your reservations! Summer 2018 is here, and you definitely don’t want to miss out on this!
Below is a list of local businesses offering kayak + canoe rentals. Some of them even offer shuttle services if you already own a kayak/canoe! If you have any questions, please call or visit the website of the business.
River Rats Canoe + Kayak Rentals
River Rats Canoe + Kayak Rental is located near the Lower Mountain Fork River. They offer shuttle services if you own a kayak/canoe. There is an additional charge for shuttle service. Please visit their website for all pricing information, and more details. Call to make reservations. There are different options for your adventure including: 4 mile trip, 4X2, 7 mile, and 11 mile.
Beavers Bend White Water Canoe + Kayak
Beavers Bend White Water Canoe + Kayak is located near Mountain Fork River. They offer discounts for veterans, police, and firefighters. They also offer free hot dogs, and free bathroom/shower facilities with rental purchase. Shuttle services are $15. There are single and double kayak rentals, along with canoe rentals. Please visit their Facebook page for more information OR give them a call!
Yippie Kayo Kayaks
Yippie Kayo Kayaks is located by the Lower Mountain Fork River. They offer a 3 mile trip, and a twice as nice trip (3 mile trip 2X). If you choose the twice as nice trip, your float time will be at 9:00am. They offer single kayaks + tandem. They have water, ice, waterproof phone cases, hats, and river shoes for sale if you forget any of those items. There are different float times available that you can check out on their website, as well as reservation information.
Ambush Adventures caters to groups large and small, as well as individuals looking to have a great time on Mountain Fork River. They are open seven days a week. Weekend + holiday reservations are required to guarantee availability. There are weekday discounts for large groups, and you will need to call for more information. The river trip available is a 4 mile trip.
Lucky Dog Resort
Lucky Dog Resort offers tube, kayak, canoe, bunk houses + tent rentals. You will want to call ahead for reservations for these services. They are open everyday from 9am to 5pm. Make sure to check out their Facebook page for giveaways (including FREE passes).
Wild Goose Canoe + Kayak Rental
Wild Goose Canoe + Kayak Rental is located along the lower part of Mountain Fork River. There are two different floats to choose from: an eight mile float and a five mile float. The eight mile trip features class 2+ rating (depending on the water level), and a three foot fall that spans the river called Presbyterian Falls. The second option, 5 mile float, is great for those looking to spend a relaxing day on the river. It is not as challenging at the eight mile trip. They also offer primitive camping too! Canoe, single kayak, and tandem kayaks are available.
WW Trading Post + Canoe
WW Trading Post + Canoe offers many different trips to choose from. There are 7 total trips, that offer morning and evening floats. You can also choose whether you want an exciting trip with rapids OR a lazy day float! They offer canoes and kayaks. There is a private boat shuttle, and a store located on the property!
Tippa Canoe is located along the Mountain Fork River. Your trip with Tippa Canoe will include four hours of leisure paddling. Since it’s an unguided trip, you are entirely on your own. This means you can stop whenever you want to swim! You will encounter class 2+ rapids, and the Presbyterian Falls. They are open seven days a week, and offer multiple float times to choose from.
If you’re interested in other outdoor activities in the Hochatown / Broken Bow area, please check out our Attractions Page.