Online reservation only for all trips
Hours of Operation
Please Note: Operations are subject to weather and river conditions. Please call 513-683-4611 or check our Facebook page for current status.
OPEN Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Last trip departs at 2:00 PM)
Trips departures on the 1/2 hour from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
All kayaks must be in by 6:00 PM
Late fees of $10 per boat for each ½ hour will apply.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure to check in, receive equipment and safety instructions.
The Castle Adventure - Trip Description
Our popular paddling adventure takes you by the Historic Loveland Castle!
The average trip takes approximately 2-4 hours once you are on the water.
This trip launches at Carl Rahe Park and ends at Loveland Canoe and Kayak.
Price per Person = $35.00
(Weekend and Holidays add $5.00 per person)
We feature high quality, stable and fun to paddle Jackson Solo Kayaks and Tandem Kayaks for your adventure.
Schools, Scouts, and Non Profits
We have special rates for school, scouts and non-profits. Please contact us at 513-683-4611 and we will assist you with planning your trip. All non-profits must provide a current tax exempt form to qualify for the discount.
We encourage families to take their children on the Castle Adventure as this is the perfect length trip for families. The trip gives guests a great view of the Historic Loveland Castle and provides plenty of beautiful scenery. All participants must be at least 5 years old and a minimum of 40 pounds at this time.
We regret that we are no longer able to allow dogs on our kayak trips due to changes in our insurance policy.
Personal Watercraft Policy
Due to a change in our insurance coverage we are no longer providing transport of personal watercraft.
Canoe = $700.00
Kayak = $450.00
Paddle = $45.00
Life Jacket = $40.00
Alcohol and river activities like kayaking and swimming– DON’T MIX. Your judgment and abilities will be diminished by alcohol. Exposure to summer sun intensifies the effects. For customer safety, we reserve the right to inspect the contents of all coolers and refuse service based upon the presence of alcohol and any glass containers. The City of Loveland and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft are taking a strong stance against drinking in public and while on the water.
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Our work group had such an amazing time in Loveland paddling down the river and then later going to lunch at Tano’s, the whole day was perfect. I can’t wait to come back next year.Bob Jones PNG