Hassle-free, Inflatable Paddleboard Rentals for Your Cottage Getaway


Are you one of Toronto's lucky cottagers planning your next lakeside vacation? Perhaps you are one of those who have friends or relatives who own a cabin. Maybe we can make your next visit even more fun. Paddleboarding is the perfect way to experience the peaceful beauty of your surroundings and our paddleboard rental service offers an affordable, flexible and convenient solution to help you get the most out of your holiday.


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Why rent from us? 

At The SUP Outlet, we cater to the cottage country community and we offer daily, 3 day, 5 day and even one to two week rentals from just $50 including tax. Our inflatable paddle boards are easy to transport and set up, making your vacation experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible. 

Advantages of renting versus buying:


  1. No Long Term Commitment: Renting a paddle board allows you to try the sport without the outlay of buying a board. 
  2. Easy to transport: Our inflatable paddle boards are compact and portable, making them easy to transport to and from the water. No need to have roof racks as they can be carried in a backpack.
  3. Flexibility: Rent a paddle board for as long or as short a time as your vacation lasts using our various rental options. 
  4. No Maintenance: Leave the maintenance to us - all you need to do is focus on having fun on the water. 
  5. Try before you buy: If you enjoy yourself and you’d like to buy a board after, our rentals come with a $50 discount on certain boards, so you can experience the product firsthand before committing to a purchase.
  6. Bells and Whistles: Literally. Every rental comes with a whistle and a personal flotation device as required by Transport Canada. 


To rent a paddleboard from us, the renter must:


  1. Be 18 years of age or older
  2. Provide a valid ID
  3. Have a valid credit card

Please note that our rental service is based in Toronto and all paddleboards must be picked up at our location. Maybe you're not going to the cabin, maybe you're camping, or maybe you just want to spice up your trip. Here are some places we recommend checking out that are North of the City - just be sure to check the weather forecast and conditions:


  1. Muskoka Lakes Region: This region is known for its clean lakes and beautiful scenery. Lake Muskoka, Lake Rosseau, and Lake Joseph are the most popular lakes in the area, offering crystal clear waters and a peaceful boating atmosphere.
  2. Georgian Bay: With its turquoise waters and rugged coastline, Georgian Bay is a wonderful kayaking destination. The bay has many inlets and bays that offer many opportunities for exploration. Wasaga Beach and Collingwood are popular access points to the Georgian Bay area. 
  3. Algonquin Provincial Park: This iconic park offers many lakes and rivers suitable for paddling. Canoe Lake, Opeongo Lake and Barron Canyon are just a few options in the park where you can enjoy a peaceful paddling experience surrounded by nature.
  4. Kawartha Lakes: Located between Lake Ontario and Algonquin Provincial Park, the Kawartha Lakes region has many lakes and bodies of water perfect for paddling. Pigeon Lake, Sturgeon Lake and Balsam Lake are some favorites for paddlers. 
  5. Lake Simcoe: Just an hour north of Toronto, Lake Simcoe offers a convenient getaway for kayakers. With sandy beaches and calm waters, it is the perfect place for both beginners and experienced paddlers. 

 Algonquin park


The SUP Outlet is the perfect solution for a fun, affordable and relaxed paddling experience at the cottage or up North. With inflatable paddle boards, our flexible rental options and exclusive discounts, your next trip to the lake is sure to be unforgettable. Book your rental today and get ready to embark on a truly memorable adventure on the water. Or if you're on the fence and need some reassurance, give us a call at 416.967.8244.

Blog page featured image: Photo by Aude Lozano on Unsplash  

Georgian bay image: Photo by Guy Hanford on Unsplash  

Algonquin Park image: Photo by Jasmine A. So on Unsplash  


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