Peterborough Kawarthas Ontario Sea Doo Tour Planner

Peterborough Kawarthas Ontario Sea Doo Tour Planner

Explore Peterborough Kawarthas On A Self-Guided Sea Doo Tour… The Peterborough Kawarthas region of Ontario is part of the famous Trent-Severn Waterway. The region offers superb, self-guided jet ski, waverunner and Sea Doo riding close to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). In this popular slice of cottage country, you can pursue your Ontario powersports passion on the water by trailering your own personal watercraft for a day ride or weekend getaway and by renting a Sea Doo watercraft from Kawartha Adventure Rentals. In fact, both Peterborough and the Kawarthas make my top 10 list of Ontario Sea Doo tours. You can stay overnight at a PWC-friendly, waterfront location like the family run Beachwood Resort (with its own launch and docks) for the full Kawartha Lakes experience. Or for a Sea Doo tour …

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Sea Doo Jet Ski Waverunner Ontario PWC Rentals

Sea Doo Jet Ski Waverunner Ontario PWC Rentals

Where to Rent A Personal Watercraft in Ontario… Looking for Ontario PWC Rentals? It’s a good idea for beginners to try before you buy, so if riding a personal watercraft appeals to you, use this Sea Doo, jet Ski and Waverunner Ontario Rental List to rent one. Do it for a couple of hours or a full day of PWC adventures on my best river rides, top 10 day tours or to see great sightseeing attractions. Maybe you are already hooked, but only have time to go Sea Doo riding once or twice each summer. Or perhaps you already own a PWC, but need an extra or two for a guest weekend. Whatever your reason, Ontario has a number of locations where …

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Best Ontario Sea Doo Tour Lodgings Near Water

Best Ontario Sea Doo Tour Lodgings Near Water

Find Sea Doo Tour Lodgings That Are Jet Ski Friendly… Sea Doo tour lodgings on #ontariowaterways fall into three main groups – waterfront lodgings with their own launch & docks (1), waterfront lodgings with Sea Doo, jet ski or waverunner personal watercraft launch and docking nearby (2), and lodgings a short trailer tow away from the water (3). All have their uses, depending on your needs at the time, whether you’re an experienced rider like me on my Sea Doo GTX S 155, a beginner, or a renter on a self guided jet ski adventure like my best rivers rides, top 10 day tours or favourite sightseeing attractions. 1. Waterfront Lodgings With Docks & Launches On Site The availability and location of waterfront lodgings (and fuel) will …

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Sea Doo Spark Kawartha Adventure Rentals

Sea Doo Spark Kawartha Adventure Rentals

Have you heard about Kawartha Adventure Rentals? Everyday’s a holiday for someone during the summer, so why not make the most fun of your time near the water by renting a Sea-Doo Spark? But where do you get one? I guess that’s why so many people in the Greater Toronto, Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton and Bancroft areas frequently ask me where they can try riding a Sea-Doo watercraft. Until recently, my answer has been that unless you have a friend willing to loan you one or take you for a ride, trying one can be difficult, whether you’re a beginner rider or an enthusiast. Other folks wish they could have a Sea-Doo to use for a day, weekend or during their …

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Trent Severn Waterway Sea Doo Tour Ride Planner

Trent Severn Waterway Sea Doo Tour Ride Planner

Ontario’s Trent Severn Waterway From Trenton to Severn Falls… This Trent Severn Waterway Sea Doo Tour is a 400-kilometre, self guided, jet ski adventure from Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay. I guesstimated this Ontario journey at five days, barring bad weather. Included was a sightseeing cushion that might be consumed by the other variables beyond my control — such as the 44 various manmade devices for transporting boats through the Waterway’s 183-metre range of elevation (see How To Go Through Locks). Or the time required to cruise the numerous ‘Speed Limit’ zones en route. Or simply getting lost. I had visions of sleeping with the proverbial farmer’s daughter whenever I couldn’t make my intended overnight destination. Hummm … maybe a delay or …

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