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Rent Kayaks and Paddle Boards right on the water!

Update: If you're coming to Cape Cod (or live here), you probably like to be on the water at some point. Cape Cod's Bass River divides the towns of Yarmouth and Dennis (near Hyannis / Barnstable) and Bass River Kayaks & Paddle Boards in West Dennis is the most experienced (more than 30 years) rental operation right on the river. Get set-up with life jackets, paddles, full instructions guidance on where to paddle in the area and a complimentary help into your boat and pull up upon your return! Customer service is a top priority to make sure you have a great experience on the water. We strive to make it easy and fun!

We currently have ONE locations - located at:
1. 118 Main St. (Route 28), West Dennis, MA, 02668 - turquoise building with yellow sign in front of Sundancer's Restaurant



At our location, you never carry the boats or boards anywhere, we help you in the water on location and off to have a great time.

Bass River offers a very unique scenery on Cape Cod, with one route providing quite, exceptional greenery and another route providing beautiful homes, boats and lots to see. This class 'zero' river (as in flat) is great for families, friends, couples and solo outings.

Bonus - there are no sharks in Bass River if you were wondering. 



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