Kayak in Half Moon Bay: 50% Off

Kayak Rental Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay is a fun place for a kayak paddle because you can take it easy in Pillar Point Harbor, or venture out into rougher waters. To have this much fun for half off, take a day trip to the San Mateo Coastside and grab this deal on a one-hour kayak or paddleboard rental.

Kayaking can be a gear-intensive sport, but when you rent a kayak from the guys at Half Moon Bay Kayak, they throw in the gear as part of the package, including life jacket, water resistant paddle jacket, kayak appropriate Farmer John-style wetsuit (which you may not need), paddle and explanation of how to use it, with a quick kayak safety instruction.

I’ve purchased this deal a couple of times, and I can tell you the team over there makes the experience easy and fun. My skills were a little rusty, but they were kind, encouraging, and to their credit they didn’t laugh once.

DEAL: Half Moon Bay One-Hour Kayak or Paddleboard Rental for Two People, Discount Tickets 50% Off — UPDATE: This daily deal source appears to be sold out, but they often get more. May be worth a look.

HOW: Choose from two standup paddleboards, two single-seat kayaks, or one double-seat kayak. Includes a wetsuit, a water-resistant paddle jacket, a life jacket, and a cell-phone dry bag. You’ll also get a basic paddle explanation and safety lesson.

WHEN: Expires 180 days after purchase. Reservation required.

WHERE: Half Moon Bay Kayak Co., 2 Johnson Pier, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019. Park in the “C” lot.

STAYING OVER: Check out the hotels in Half Moon Bay (but book early).


  1. RacingOnTheCheap says

    You are right, these guys are great. I’ve rented there, prices were good, owners were helpful, gear was excellent. Terrific blog, I look forward to finding more cool things to do around the Bay!

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