Please call our livery for information and reservations for this trip
We offer this trip for kayaks (no canoes) and paddlers 16 and older when river conditions permit. This section of the Little Miami has more turns, cross currents and potential hazards that impact our ability to offer this trip on a regular basis. Please call with any questions. The average Seven Bridges Excursion trip lasts 4-6 hours and travels 10 miles. This trip begins in South Lebanon and ends at Loveland Canoe & Kayak.
We do not offer this trip on holiday weekends: Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day.
Kayak Rental = $36.00
Tandem Kayak Rentals = $60.00
- Includes an upgraded Old Town or We-no-nah canoe!
- No more than two passengers in canoes for the Seven Bridges Excursion.
- We do not offer private water craft shuttle service on the Seven Bridges Excursion.
Trips Depart on the Following Schedule
11:00 AM (Reservations Only)
* Groups of 10 or more paddlers are available weather permitting with 48 hour advanced reservation. Please book online and we will help to make your group outing a great time.
All passengers must be 16 years old
All boats must be in by 6:00PM
Late fees of $10 per boat for each ½ hour will apply.
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure to register, receive equipment and safety instructions.
We encourage families to take their younger paddlers on our shorter trip, The Castle Adventure. We require that all participants be a minimum of 16 years and older for this trip due to the extended duration.
Can I bring my Dog?
Because of the duration of this trip, we do not allow dogs on this trip
Canoe = $700.00
Kayak = $450.00
Paddle = $45.00
Life Jacket = $35.00
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.