Kayaking, paddle boarding now available on local lakes

SAN ANTONIO — An all new adventure has started just in time for Spring Break. Water recreation is underway at Elmendorf Lake Park and Woodlawn Lake Park. You can kayak or even get on a stand-up paddle board.

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Adam Shedlosky and Clarissa Chapa with ‘The Expedition School’ stopped by KENS 5 Sunday Morning to chat about the outdoor activities.

“Perfect weather,” Shedlosky said. “It is so great to engage with the community and see how excited people are to get on the water and enjoy the lake from a new perspective.”

This is all in part because of a recent agreement the City of San Antonio and The Expedition School, which allows you to rent non-motorized watercrafts. This includes, canoes, single and tandem kayaks, and stand up paddle boards, and don’t worry if you are new or a little rusty.

“We give you a 100 percent ground school to give you one through ten steps to help you feel safe,” Chapa said. “We want to make sure that everybody has everything that they need.”

The Expedition School said it is more than just a kayak rental, they educate too. No reservations are required, and last paddle is one hour before sunset on Saturday’s and Sunday’s.

Single kayaks start at $15 an hour. For more information, click here. https://expeditionschool.com/elmendorf-paddling-page/

Adam Shedlosky and Clarissa Chapa with 'The Expedition School' stopped by KENS 5 Sunday Morning to chat about the outdoor activities.

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