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Kayaks, paddle boards can be rented at Kenosha Community Sailing Center
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Kayaks, paddle boards can be rented at Kenosha Community Sailing Center

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A lone woman paddles her stand up paddle board.

KENOSHA — The Kenosha Community Sailing Center's seasonal kayak and standup paddle board rental operation is under way.

Paddling the harbor can be either a leisure paddle or a workout depending on how fast a person wants to go. Kayaks are designed for beginner’s recreational use and are very stable with a sit-on-top design. Single and tandem kayaks can be rented hourly and all rentals include a paddle and life jacket. Fishing kayaks and standup paddle boards are also available.

Reservations can be made through the online booking system at kenoshasailing.org.

The Kenosha Community Sailing Center, 5130 Fourth Ave., is a nonprofit that provides sailing instruction, water conservation and is involved with various harbor community events. Sailing classes for children, adults and families are available on their website.

The Kenosha Yacht Club partners with the center and provides food and drink specials for renters. Go to the website or call 262-997-9343 for more information.

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