Sail, Paddle, Float or Ride -Water Recreation in Northwest Indiana

Sail, Paddle, Float or Ride -Water Recreation in Northwest Indiana

More About Sail, Paddle, Float or Ride -Water Recreation in Northwest Indiana

Northwest Indiana is home to many different water activities. From sailing to jet skiing, here are some programs to get you out on the water this summer!

*Kayak and Stand-up Paddle Board rentals are available Friday-Sunday on Cedar Lake (weather permitting).
Lake Toy Rentals
14611 Lauerman St
Cedar Lake, Indiana 46303
*Open daily at 9 am
*Call for reservations 219-380-2570
*They have single and double kayaks, sit-in and sit on top.
*Click here for $5 Off Rental Coupon-click for details

The Hammond Port Authority
701 Casino Center Drive
Hammond, IN 46320
Phone: 219.659.7678
Sail-A-Way – A learn-to-sail program that provides classroom and on-water sailing instruction for both the able bodied and disabled. Sailing is enjoyed aboard uniquely designed Freedom Independence 20-foot sailboats. Active students are encouraged to learn to sail independently on Lake Michigan. Classes include 12 hours of instruction (six 2-hour lessons) as well as books and materials. Lesson times can be reserved in advance and scheduled to your convenience. One-to-four instructor/student ratio is emphasized. Remember, you are eligible to rent the sailboats once you complete the course and pass the Skipper Check Out. View complete Sail-A-Way program details: click for details
Discover Sailing – A 3-hour introduction to sailing on Lake Michigan.
Revisit Sailing – A 4-hour program designed to refresh your sailing skills.
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(219) 659-7678
Day Cruise, Sunrise Cruise, Sunset Cruise, Special Event or Educational Cruises.
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We're Indiana's Finest Charter Fleet because all members are Coast Guard and DNR licensed captains.
All boats are fully inspected and insured for your safety. Most important, all member captains are experienced fisherman to bring you the best Lake Michigan salmon and trout fishing possible.
INCCA members work out of several of Indiana's modern harbors. Multiday and multiple boat outings can be arranged for large groups. Discount motel arrangements can be made for overnight stays.
Each captain has his own pricing and trip structure. Please contact one of the members listed for more information pertaining to his operation.
Wild Dog, Capt. Guy Lopez 847-420-3046
Brother Nature, Capt. Mike Schoonveld 219-394-2123
KingSeeker Charters, Capt. John Warren 219-374-6011 or 815-641-0276
Schellfish Charters, Capt. Bob Schell 708-672-4454 or 708-372-8201
Just 4 Fun, Tim Morris, Owner (219) 924-2593
Fuzzy Bear Charters, Capt. Carl Stopczynski (574) 607-2542
Capt. Ralph Steiger Charters, Capt. Ralph Steiger, Owner 219-688-3593
Fire Drill Charters, Capt. Kevin Malcer 219-898-8111
Whitecap Outfitters, Capts. John & Con Dembowski 219-730-9135 & 219-798-9240
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Washington Park at the Lakefront
12 & ½ on the Lake
Michigan City, IN 46360
Michigan City Yacht Club, on Lake Michigan’s beautiful South Shore, is the ideal place for sailing and racing. With a very active junior program and an impressive PHRF fleet, there is a type of racing, or cruising for every boating style. Racing typically takes place on weekends, with newcomers always welcome.
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13245 Grimm St, Cedar Lake, IN 46303
(219) 374-7216
North Point offers many different services ranging from Boat, Waverunner (jet ski), Inflatables/pull behind rentals & boat slip rentals.
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Canoe Trips on the Kankakee River for all ages (minimum age 3 and minimum weight 35 pounds) with “an adventure close to home.” The three trips offered range in length from approximately 2 hours to a full 6 hours on the water, and are suitable for either new or experienced canoeists. Since the Kankakee River is located only an hour south of Chicagoland, even the longest trip will fit into a one-day outing!
The Kankakee River is a tributary of the Illinois River, approximately 133 miles long, in northwestern Indiana and northeastern Illinois.
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109 West 700 North
Valparaiso, IN 46385
The Northwest Indiana Paddling Association (NWIPA) was formally founded on January 18, 2009 as a non-profit organization dedicated to developing the region's paddling resources and opportunities, providing environmental stewardship of the region's waterways, education, and to be a link between the region's paddlers.
Individual one year membership: $15
Family one year membership: $25
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Tour the wonders of Wolf Lake by kayak, canoe, paddle boat or stand-up paddle board. Enjoy paddling the open waters and exploring hidden trail systems. Scenic shores and island habitats attract an astonishing array of wildlife.
Paddlers are welcome to launch their own crafts from the south entrance of Wolf Lake (2352 Sheffield Ave, Hammond, IN 46320).
Rentals: Visitors may rent kayaks, canoes paddle boats or stand up paddle boards on-site for $5/hour. Life flotation devices, which are included with rental, come in adult and child sizes. Canoes, single- and double-kayaks are available.
Please call 219.655.5212 or 219.937.7942 before planning an outing.
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Tags: Sports And Recreation, Boating, Lake, Rental, Summer, Northwest Indiana, NWI, Things To Do, What To Do

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Date: May 7, 2017

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