Standup Paddleboard (SUP) Rentals

Take to the water with one of our Standup Paddleboard (SUP) rentals. These inflatable boards pack into their own carry bag so you can take them anywhere you like – no special car rack or truck required.  Give standup paddleboarding a try at one of the Salt Lake area’s beautiful waterways like Jordanelle, Rockport, Deer Creek, East Canyon, or Mirror Lake.  Also, perfect to pack on a longer trip!

$32 per day

Standup Paddleboard

All SUP rentals include a backpack-style carry bag, pump, paddle, and life jacket.  Our paddle boards are 10-10.5 feet long and can support users up to about 260 lbs.

Walk-ins are welcome, but calling 801-322-4220 or emailing to make a reservation is recommended, especially for weekends.

Below are some general instructions on how to use the SUP, but if you’ve never used an inflatable stand-up paddleboard, please ask for a demonstration on how to inflate/deflate it.

How to Inflate a Stand Up Paddle Board (FAQ):

  • Remove the paddleboard from its bag and unroll it on a grassy or sandy area.
  • Make sure the air valve is popped up. When it is in the down position, it will let air out of the board. If the pin is down, a small twist should get it to pop up.
  • Securely connect the pump to the air valve by inserting the tube into the hole and giving it a twist to lock it in.
  • Inflate the board to at least 10psi but no more than 15psi.  We recommend 12psi.  Note that most of the pumping required is to fill the chamber with air and no PSI will register until it is completely full of air and the paddleboard starts to feel firm.  At that point, the gauge on the pump will start to increase in PSI and it will go up quite a bit faster than the initial inflation.
  • When you’ve reached the desired PSI, unlock the tube from the valve and install the air valve cover.  If air comes rushing out when you remove the tube, it is because the valve is in the down position.
  • Flip the board over and install the center fin so it is oriented the same way that two smaller side fins are.  Lock it in place with the tab.
  • You are ready to go!

How to Deflate a Standup Paddleboard? (FAQ):

  • When you remove the paddleboard from the water, if you can carry it to a surface other than sand or dirt it will help keep the board and bag a little cleaner.
  • Remove the center fin on the bottom.  You need to first unlock it by sliding the locking tab out.  Do not pull the tab by its tether string.
  • Open the air valve and push the center in down and give it a twist to hold it in the open position.
  • Let some air out of the board naturally, then force the rest out by rolling the board up, starting at the end opposite the air valve.
  • Put the rolled up board back in the carry bag.  Don’t forget the fin, paddle, and pump.