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River boating company and guide to the galaxy of fun and exhilaration!

Let’s Boat!

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If you’re looking for boat loads of fun or relaxation on the river, look no further… you’ve arrived! Take a look around at our river and boats, the majestic redwoods, the ocean estuary, and our website for answers to any questions you May have. You can also contact us at 707-884-4386 (707-884-4FUN). Then, when you’re ready, reserve your place on the river and let the anticipation build! Nature calls…


From quick dips to full adventures, our rental packages have you covered.

Quick Dip

2-Hour Outing

A quick dip in the river with the wildlife


Nice Jaunt

4-Hour Paddle

Commune with nature and ducks and bring a picnic


Long Run

All-Day Excursion

When a half day just isn’t enough—swim with the otters



We have a boat for everyone under the sun. Going it alone? We have a perfect single kayak for you. Traveling in a pack? A couple 16′ Mad River Canoes should do it for you. Somewhere in between? Our tandem kayaks are waiting. Discover your options today!

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You’ll be conquering part of the beautiful, 32-mile-long Gualala River, lined with majestic redwoods. The soft breeze and temperate climate lulls you into a state of deep relaxation. Once the river mouth closes, and we open, there are no rapids and there is very little current.

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Over the years, we’ve been asked a ton of questions about all sorts of things. That’s why we’ve decided to put together a list of the most helpful ones and their answers.

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From Highway one north of Gualala. Take Highway one through the town of Gualala. The town abruptly ends on the right hand side. From that point go about 1/4 mile and at the end of the straight stretch, Look for a dirt road on the right and then in All caps
Before the highway bridge. And then lower case, if you cross over the river you have gone too far.
Coming from south of Gualala or the Sea Ranch using Highway one: Take Highway one North toward Gualala. Immediately after you cross the river bridge, make the first left on the dirt road heading west.

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