Rentals Policy Fuzzy Guppies offers kayak rentals seven days a week from May through September. Rentals are also available during the rest of the year upon satisfactory fulfillment of Fuzzy Guppies safety requirements.
Our shop is located directly on the Seneca River, which gives its passengers immediate access to hours/days worth of paddling. However, if it is lake kayaking that interests you, Fuzzy Guppies offers a drop off service at the mouth of Seneca River so you can cruise the lake at your leisure, and then paddle up stream back to our dock.
Delivery is not out of the question! Fuzzy Guppies can transport your rentals to you for a fee; please contact us for a quote.
Minors need to be accompanied by an adult
All renters need to sign our renters agreement waiver
All renters must wear a life jacket at all times
$20.00 non-refundable deposit to hold a reservation for groups of 6 or more. (deposit will be applied to the cost of your rental) Reservations are not taken for smaller groups or individuals.
Renters are responsible for full replacement value of any equipment damaged or lost
Boats must be carried on roof racks that meet our approval. We will provide complementary foam blocks and straps when applicable
Rental boats are not to be used on rivers unless approved by a Kayak representative of Fuzzy Guppies
For insurance purposes a Valid Credit Card is required on any rental from Fuzzy Guppies
Charges will apply if extensive cleaning is necessary
Scheduled trips/tours will proceed in the event of light rain
All activities will be rescheduled in the event of thunder/lightning
All persons under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult
Rule #1: Have Fun and Be Safe!
Rule #2: Be Prepared (see tips and hints below)
No Firearms, Fires, Littering, or Glass
Keep off private property
Pets are welcome, please remember you are responsible for your animal (including waste, behavior & well being)
Please follow local laws and common sense
Tips & Hints for a Great Time!
Secure gear to kayak or canoe
Bring refuse bag
Wear appropriate water shoes (walking in water may be necessary)
Bring strap or case for your eyeglasses
Bring extra clothes, Just in Case! (remember to leave them in your car)
Lock up your valuables
If you are fishing, please remember your license (and your bait ! J)
Don’t forget: Hand Sanitizer, Sunscreen, Hat, Sunglasses, beverages, snacks, watertight bag for your phone and camera
Most Important: Don’t leave your kayak or canoe unattended it’s a long swim back!
Free transportation provided to various locations for groups of 5-12 people.