So the staff seemed nice and knowledgeable when telling us how to kayak around, which ways to go, etc. They did mention that the tide/current were coming in and we'd be paddling against them for the way out, but they failed to mention how strong it was, and how impossible it would make it to paddle and get anywhere. In our 2 person kayak, we hardly made it halfway down the suggested route in 40 minutes, argued the whole time about going in a straight line, keeping away from the larger boats (when the current was pushing us around), etc. It was more difficult than any kayaking I have done before. The river is more like an estuary, with the choppiness of the ocean. I wish we had made it to the end, it looked pretty on the map. In the end, we didn't even kayak for the full 1.5 hours (minimum rental time choice for payments) because we were exhausted and getting cranky.
Also, we got pretty soaked, so wear a bathing suit or something that can get wet.
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