Pittsburgh April 27, 2018
The Water Adventure Right In Pittsburgh That’s Fun For The Whole Family
How lucky are we to live in a city that’s hugging the river? We can cruise down the river on the Gateway Clipper Fleet. Sit alongside the water at a riverfront restaurant. Admire the river as we cool off by the water steps. And, of course, we can climb into a kayak (or a canoe or a boat, if you prefer) for a leisurely adventure on the Three Rivers. Today, let’s embark on a water adventure in Pittsburgh that’s fun for the whole family.
Get a unique view of the Three Rivers when you climb aboard a kayak with Venture Outdoors' Kayak Pittsburgh.
Or, if you'd prefer, you can also head out on a kayaking adventure with Kayak Pittsburgh in North Park or Aspinwall Riverfront Park.
Kayak Pittsburgh appeals to both seasoned and new kayakers. If you've never kayaked before, you'll receive instruction that will make your adventure on the water safer and smoother.
Want to make it a family adventure? Children as young as three or 35 pounds are welcome. However, children up to age 12 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian in a tandem kayak.
All kayakers with Kayak Pittsburgh
must wear a personal flotation device while on the water.
Of course, you can also sign up for one of the many events that Kayak Pittsburgh holds throughout the season. Join such guided tours as the fireworks paddle and the moonlight paddle. A beginner's paddle is also available.
Or, maybe you want to try something a little different? Kayak Pittsburgh also offers Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP). However, you must be a minimum of 16-years-old to participate in SUP.
Kayak Pittsburgh offers two season pass options: Weekday passes and the traditional season pass, which is good seven days a week.
The 2018 kayaking season in Pittsburgh kicks off on May 5.
33 Terminal Way #537A
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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What is your favorite water adventure in Pittsburgh? Do you prefer kayaking on the Three Rivers? Or, would you rather meander down the Three Rivers on a