If you’re an avid angler or eager explorer heading into the Upper Peninsula waterways, come to Winter Haven Motel & Pine Stump Junction Rentals to rent a kayak or canoe. From the large Big Two-Hearted River to some of Michigan’s smaller brook trout streams, our late-model kayaks and canoes handle it all.

Upper Peninsula Michigan Kayak Rentals

New Kayak Models • Life Jackets Included • Great for Fishing & Exploring nearby Rivers & Lakes • Free Transportation to Water Access Points • $200 Deposit

Grab and Go
Kayak $35 for 24 hours
Canoe $50 for 24 hours
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Contact us at (906) 658-3314 today and see how much fun renting a canoe or kayak can be. We also have a variety of guide services to help you on your way while kayaking or canoeing.

Local Destinations for Fishing

Northern Michigan is known for its great wilderness trails and fishing locations. From the aforementioned Big Two-Hearted River to our nearby lakes, Perch Lake and Muskallonge Lake, the area is teeming with exceptional cast-off spots. Check out this list of great fishing locations in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Of course, we also offer a guide to help with setup and locating that ideal place for relaxation. As our canoes typically seat two adults or a small family of four, they can generally accommodate family outings or solo fishing trips.

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Explore with Kayak Rentals

Break out the waterproof fanny pack and sunglasses, and hit the water with one of our kayak rentals. Sample the great selection the U.P. has to offer kayakers by visiting stunning Tahquamenon Falls. Or head to Warner Falls and watch the natural flowing springs for your kayaking adventure. Kayaking in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan will present some of the greatest views of nature in the country, and it’ll keep you in shape!

Contact us at (906) 658-3314 to check on availability of our rental canoes and kayaks, as well as current prices. In addition to kayaks and canoes, we also rent snowmobiles and rooms through our motel just outside of Newberry. Don’t let life pass you by when you can paddle through it at full speed.