Ticket to Ride: $40 per trip per person

We would love to share our location with those of you who would prefer a flat water location. If you are an experienced rider please come and join us. We ask that you are able to competently ride up wind. If your skill level is not quite there, we are happy to get you out in a lesson to help you progress to riding up wind.

TTR Rules:

We are excited that you would like to experience our awesome location. Over the years, we have had a few complications with people coming out and not following our suggestions on where to ride. We would like to continue to offer this service, but we ask you to be mindful of a few things that we will outline for you. Our only aim is to keep people safe while we all have an epic experience. We want to share the kite stoke, but we want to make sure we do that safely.

Please follow these three guidelines:

  • Do not go downwind of our designated area. Read details below. **
  • Please be aware of our students learning. We want to maximize their opportunity for success. If you can give them a wide berth and room for error, this will allow them to focus more on themselves instead of other kites. We have a huge kiting playground, utilize the space, and enjoy!
  • If you loose ground down wind walk your kite back up wind. Do not go near the white PVC pipe, it is a channel and once down wind of that it is nearly impossible to get back up wind.

** We have miles of shallow water at our disposal. However, there is a spot where it drops off about 500 yards downwind of our teaching location. Once you are beyond this point, you can rarely get back up-wind. This means we have to stop a lesson to rescue someone. We will show you a landmark and if you get downwind of this, we ask you to get out and walk back up-wind. To the west of our teaching location the water is shallow for miles, so you can go as far up-wind as you would like. If we have to stop a lesson to rescue anyone, we will subtract that amount from the lesson and you will be charged a fee for the rescue. We have had to implement this to be fair to the people who lost time during their lesson.