WELCOME TO PADDLE ON
PLEASE NOTE-WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE 2022 SEASON. WE THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL YEAR AND LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU IN 2023! HAVE A GREAT WINTER!!
A canoe, kayak and paddle board rental service that provides top of the line equipment and the instruction you need to have a safe and enjoyable experience on the water.
TO BOOK A RENTAL, PLEASE CHOOSE ONE OF OUR LOCATIONS BELOW
Please note, all of our locations are on the water and need to be reserved in advance. We do not encourage walk ins
For more information on each location, including pricing, please click on location below.
TOP OF THE LINE EQUIPMENT
When it comes to selection and upkeep, we blow the competition out of the water. Take a look at some of the great rentals we stock. Paddle On Inc. is proud to offer all of our customers the quality they deserve when renting. Don’t stand for a second rate rental when you can get something that’s high quality and well maintained! You will never see a thin plastic or blow up paddle board in our inventory-you deserve more than that!
STAND UP PADDLE BOARDS
Starting at $30
This fantastic item is one of our most popular rental products and is loved by all of our customers for its quality and of course style. Our Paddle Boards are all solid wood, very sturdy and easy to control. Available only at Lakefront Promenade.
Starting at $35
Made from the best materials and high design standards, you won’t believe how comfortable and sturdy you are in our sit-on kayaks. Single Kayaks available at all of our locations and doubles are available in Port Credit and Lakefront Promenade.
Starting at $67
We have a variety of canoes to suit the needs of everyone. Made of aluminum or fibreglass, our canoes track through the water gracefully and are easy to maneuver. If you want a 3rd adult or two small children, please add canoe to your cart and click yes to upgrading to a large canoe.
There's nothing like getting out on Lake Ontario and watching the sun come up over Toronto's majestic skyline, a time when the winds and power of Lake Ontario are still as sleepy as the birds. An experience you definitely won't forget. DATES: Aug 13,14,20,21 Sept 3,4,5.
Located at Lakefront Promenade, click below, choose your date and under duration you will see Sunrise.
“I HAVE NEVER PULLED A BODY FROM THE BOTTOM OF A RIVER OR LAKE WITH A LIFEJACKET ON” – QUOTED FROM A MEMBER OF THE CANADIAN COAST GUARD
DROWNING IS THE 3RD LEADING CAUSE OF UNINTENTIONAL DEATH FOR CANADIANS UNDER 60. APPROXIMATELY 25% OF THEM ARE PADDLING INCIDENTS AND MANY OF THESE HAPPEN AS YOU’RE GETTING IN AND OUT OF YOUR BOAT(SLIPPING AND FALLING) PLEASE WEAR YOUR LIFE JACKET AT ALL TIMES!!!
I GET TOLD “I KNOW HOW TO SWIM,” REPEATEDLY AND I KNOW SOMETIMES IT IS HOT AND UNCOMFORTABLE. WEAR THEM ANYWAY. THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU CAN BE KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS, A CANOE FLIPPING ON TOP OF YOU, A JETSKI OR BOAT ACCIDENT OR WHAT IF YOU HAD A STROKE OR SEIZURE. YOU SIMPLY NEVER KNOW AND THE WATER IN THE GTA IS MURKY, ONCE YOU GO UNDER, YOU’RE SIMPLY NOT COMING UP.
WE HAVE A VARIETY OF SELF-INFLATING LIFEJACKETS YOU CAN UPGRADE TO WHICH ARE MORE COMFORTABLE AND BREATHABLE.
ESSENTIAL TIPS TO STAY SAFE:
1). ALWAYS WEAR A TRANSPORT CANADA, CANADIAN COAST GUARD OR FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA APPROVED LIFE JACKET – There is no rational argument for kayaking, canoeing, or SUPing on the open water without wearing a lifejacket or Personal Floatation Device (PFD). Don’t run the risk of drowning. Put one on before you enter your craft and keep it on until you’re back onshore.
2). BEWARE OF COLD WATER SHOCK – A sudden and unexpected immersion into water that’s 15 degrees celsius or less can result in cold-water shock in about one minute. Cold-water shock is often cited as the most common cause of death from immersion in cold water.
3). KNOW YOUR PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS – Regardless of your level of canoeing/kayaking experience, be mindful of the state of your physical fitness. Paddling, whether on a calm lake and fast-moving water is strenuous. Don’t put yourself in a difficult situation overestimating your skills, experience and strength.
4). WATCH THE WEATHER – No matter what time of year it is or where you are, the weather can change quickly with little warning. Check the forecast not only in the morning but moments before you are heading out and if you’re out for a day or tripping, keep an eye out and have a feel for what may be coming to adapt.
5). BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES – Have a first aid kit with you. Even better would be to get First Aid and CPR certified training. You’ll learn how to help others in distress, whether it’s due to drowning, hypothermia, a wound, a heart attack or a stroke. You just never know when you’ll use it.