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Canoe Trip Options
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Grand River Canoe Rentals
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Rent a canoe on the Grand River with no time limit.
Open 7 days a week . April til November . Reservations Required.
We offer two basic routes the Cayuga or the Oneida... but you can add other sections of the Grand River to create longer trips.
Both of our routes offer an amazing wilderness setting.
The Cayuga Run is classified as our beginner run... it is 13km long. On this route is fresh spring water, an old mine from the 1830s, a riverside picnic area with washrooms and campsites, a 400m body surfing area and an early takeout point if you wish to cut 1 hour off your trip. This trip offers the highest chance of seeing turtles, blue herons and bald eagles. It also has an ice cold creek called Whitemans Creek... that you can try sitting in!
The Oneida Run is classified as intermediate... it is about 13km long. This canoe trip has about 6-7 short sections of fast water, 1km in total. The trip takes about 3-3.5 hours pending river current speed. This trip has no washrooms... so the biggest tree you can find. There are fresh water springs along the way and an island to stop for lunch. This trip also goes through the Three Sisters... the oldest rail bridge from the 1850's... looks like something out of Lord of the Rings! There is a lookout on the top of the Three Sisters, which you can hike to from the river.
|Basic Route||Extend Your Trip on Cayuga Route||Portages||Total Time Window||Start Time||Price per Canoe for Two|
|Cayuga||Paris to Brant Conservation||No portage, GRR carries up canoe||3-4 hours||9:30am-1:30pm||$80.00 plus HST|
|Glen Morris to Brant Conservation||100m with 20 steps around Paris dam||5-6 hours||10am||$110.00 plus HST|
|Paris to D'aubigney Creek||100m around Wilkes dam||
|9:30am-11:30am||$110.00 plus HST|
|Paris to Cockshutt Bridge||100m around Wilkes dam||5-6 hours||9:30am-11:30am||$120.00 plus HST|
|Basic Route||Extend Your Trip on Oneida Route||Portages||Total Time Window||Start Time||Price per Canoe for Two|
|Oneida||Glen Morris to Paris||No portage, GRR carries up canoe||3-4 hours||10am,11am, 12pm||$80.00 plus HST|
|Cambridge to Paris||No portage, GRR carries up canoe||4-5 hours||10am||$100.00 plus HST|
|Glen Morris to Brant Conservation||100m with 20 steps around Paris dam||5-6 hours||10am or 11am||$110.00 plus HST|
|Glen Morris to D'aubigney Creek||
100m with 20 steps around Paris dam
plus a 2nd portage of 100m around Wilkes dam
|7-8 hours||10am||$130.00 plus HST|
Price includes your canoe, paddles, life jackets, dry bags for your camera & phones, shuttle upstream to the start point and a river map to follow.
A 3rd person can be added for $15.00 plus HST.
A guide can be added for $145.00 plus HST.
If wishing to do multi day canoe trips we can help you with campsite planning.
Map of Routes
Map above of the Oneida Route... with extended trip options.
Map below of the Cayuga Route... with extended trip options.
You need to make reservations by email or phone in advance... because we meet you where your trip starts.
It is important to recognize that the weather-news channels are about 20% accurate in their daily forecasting... we are around 85% accurate!
If the weather is bad, we will contact you telling you to save your money and not come. With our cancelation you can get a full refund or pick another date... whatever is best for you.
Also if water levels are what we consider unsafe to paddle... we will cancel our trips with the option to raft or go in a non-tip yak... your safety with us is more important than your money!
We are the only incorporated outfitter business on the river carrying full liability as required by the Grand River Conservation Authority.
We have risk management plans in place, adult waivers and youth consent forms... and our interpretive staff is top notch, undergoing a 3 week training course.
For more Grand River canoeing adventures visit our Grand River Rafting website.