Trips on the Coosa River are available daily at 9am, 11am, and 1pm (river conditions permitting). To ensure customer satisfaction, reservations are a must so plan your adventure in advance! Be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled trip time to check in, get outfitted with your PFD and pay for your trip. Our mandatory safety brief (we make it fun and audience participation is required) will begin promptly at 9am, 11am, and 1pm so don't be late!
Coosa River Rental Rates:
*All inclusive rates include the boat, backrest, paddle, PFD, transportation to the put in site and rental taxes
Sit-on-Top Kayak Rentals:
- One-person sit-on-top $29
- Two-person sit-on-top $49
Stand Up Paddleboards (SUP) Rentals:
- SUP $39
- $59 per canoe
*Limit two people per canoe.
Tote 'n' Float Program:
Need a Canoe, Sit-on-Top Kayak or Stand Up Paddle Board for the Lake or Beach? The regional area has numerous lakes, creeks, and rivers. The beach is only 3 hours away. Try our Tote 'n' Float program. Simply Tote one of our boats and Float your favorite waters. Canoes are $59 a day, one person sit-on-top kayaks $29 a day, two person sit-on-top kayaks $49 a day, stand up paddle boards are $39 a day.
Tote 'n' Float program is a 24 hour rental
A major credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Discovery) is required
Renters will be charged the entire purchase price of the boat(s)
Upon return renters will be refunded the difference between the rental price and the purchase price of the boat(s)
You must provide ropes and straps for securing boat(s) to vehicle or trailer
You are responsible for loading and securing boat(s) and equipment to your vehicle or trailer
You are responsible for any damages to boats, equipment, your vehicle and/or trailer
Rental includes Paddles, Boat, Backrests, Personal Flotation Device, and Rental Taxes
Tallapoosa River Trips:
We offer extended 3 day/2 night trips on our sister river, the Tallapoosa. This 51 mile trip consists of variable moving flat water via releases from Thurlow Dam in Tallassee Alabama. Your trip begins here at Coosa River Adventures where we provide you with maps and detailed information. Then we shuttle you and your gear to the last fall line on the Tallapoosa River for you to navigate from the rocky Appalachian formation to the sandy Coastal Plain. Historic Fort Toulouse, just before the confluence of the Tallapoosa and Coosa Rivers (which form the Alabama River), is where we pick up you and your gear. We provide the boat, paddles, backrests, lifejackets and the transportation to the put in and from the take out. You bring your own supplies (food, drinks, and camping gear). The numerous sand bars are great for camping. Bring your binoculars for birding and wildlife viewing or your poles for fishing.
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Cost is $150 per Canoe (two person) or $100 per kayak (one person). Discounts are available for 3 or more boat rentals.
Call for details and scheduling! Note - During our peak season Tallapoosa trips can start Monday - Friday only (No Saturday or Sunday put ins). Pickup at Fort Toulouse is available everyday. Again, call for details.
Personal Boat Shuttle Service:
Own your own 'Personal' Kayak or Canoe? Why endure the "logistical nightmare", extra time and expense of driving two vehicles and leaving one at the put in and the other at the take out? We offer both Coosa and Tallapoosa River Shuttle Services!
Coosa River Shuttles - Cost is $12 per boat.
Tallapoosa River Shuttles - Cost is $75 per boat (includes any and all applicable toll bridge fees, entry fees and/or exit fees)
We also sell:
- Waterproof Dry boxes
- Waterproof cameras
- Eye Glass Straps
- Fishing Gear (at our historic sister company across the street, Stoddards Bait and Tackle 334-478-3899, Since 1943)
- Bait and Tackle (at our historic sister company across the street, Stoddards Bait and Tackle 334-478-3899, Since 1943)
- New and Used Boats (see our Boat Sales page)
-- and much more!
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to schedule YOUR adventure!!
Save some time and download our release form and fill it out before your trip
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|Do your part and preserve the Coosa's beauty. Some facts: It takes 400 years for plastic bottles to decompose. In addition to being unsightly, plastics bottles, fishing line, aluminum cans, glass bottles, and other debris also pose a threat to wildlife and the natural habitat. Pack it in, Pack it out!