This Cheap $25 Groupon Deal Lets You Go On A Day-Long Kayaking Adventure In Arizona
Paddle through a boulder-filled lake.
If your happy place is a day spent out on the lake, this kayaking Groupon deal in Arizona will make you say, "lake life is the best life." You can paddle through boulder-filled water for some fun in the sun by yourself or with friends. Get ready for the ultimate trip.
Born To Be Wild Adventures is offering kayak rentals for up to 18% off. You can snag a kayak, paddles, a life jacket, and dry bags for $25 for one person with this deal.
They also have an all-day kayak rental for four people if you want to spend a day with friends. It's $82 or $20.50 each if you decide to split the cost. Yes, please!
Your rental is for a day on Watson Lake in Prescott, Arizona. The water is home to Granite Dells, massive boulders that border the .
The rental company recommends that you bring an ID or driver's license, sunscreen, a hat, bug repellant, water shoes, snacks, a towel, and an extra change of clothing. You're bound to get a little wet while you cruise the day away.
This deal has a limit of one per person or one per household. The promotional value expires after 90 days, and you'll have to make a reservation on their website.
Watson Lake is open year-round and has varying hours depending on the season.
Once you arrive, you'll have to pay a $3 fee to park, and the rental company will give you directions to where your launch location is beforehand.
For lunch, you can dine on one of the boulders or at one of the picnic tables and get dreamy views while you snack.
With a variety of things to do on the lake, you might find yourself never wanting to leave with how much fun you're bound to have. Happy kayaking!
Born To Be Wild Adventures Kayak Rental
Original Price: $30 for one person
Sale Price: $25
Why You Need It: You can score 16% off a kayak rental for one person, plus, you'll get amazing views of this lake the entire way.
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