We sell the best selection of Lake Anna apparel, gifts and souvenirs on the lake! Everything from caps to tee, hoodies to our famous LKA™ stickers, decorative signs to drinkware is available in the shop. We also sell Hei Matau necklaces and Lokai bracelets. Want a cool tee for your visit or to wear all summer on the dock? We got it. Need a hostess gift? We got it. Shop locally with us and you won’t be disappointed.
Red Paddle Co. Ride 106 and Ride 108 SUPs are the most popular in the world. They are super tough, made using a two-ply manufacturing process and come with a rolling luggage bag type of backpack storage system and a two-chamber Titan pump. You go from unzipping to slipping it on the water in less than 10 minutes with this incredibly strong pump. Stop by for a look or test paddle!
Pedal or paddle boats are some of the most popular craft to have at your dock. We offer the Sun Dolphin Laguna and 5-Seater models at prices that include delivery to your Lake Anna home – see if a big box will do that for you! Stop by the shop or call to check out inventory as it changes fast due to early season demand.
The #1 question we get via phone (540.894.3540) and email (firstname.lastname@example.org) is “What are your rates?” Well, here they are, for 2018:
single kayak – $30/half day $40/full day
tandem kayak – $45/half day $55/full day
Paddleboard – $35/half day $45/full day
Canoe – $40/half day and $55/full day
Pedal Boat – $50/half day $70/full day (seats two adults and three children)
For a five-day or longer rental we are happy to drop the full day rates to the half day rate.
Delivery to your home or rental on the lake is available for $30 round trip (one load).
PFDs and paddles are included with your rental fee. Seat backs are provided with the tandem kayaks.
Reservations are recommended if you are planning on paddling with us on a weekend. We secure a weekend reservation with a credit card and there is a $10 non-refundable reservation fee/boat for weekends charged only if you fail to show up.
Many people ask us for paddling route suggestions throughout the year and we are happy to oblige. Every person that paddles with us is shown the big GMCO Lake Anna wall maps we sell and offered one of the Lake Anna Illustrated Maps to help them navigate the area near the shop. Our #1 paddle route is the 1/2 mile up to the closest point of Lake Anna State Park. The north point of Pigeon Run is the start of the park and offers paddlers undeveloped and public land to enjoy. There are little, sandy beaches to enjoy along the wooded shoreline, the first of which is just around that first point. Along the way, if you paddle early enough, you might see otters, beaver, kingfishers, herons, ospreys and eagles. This is a great picnic paddle. Our #2 paddle route is the 2.5 mile trip to Anna Cabana restaurant. This waterfront eatery is located just inside the mouth of Sturgeon Creek, about 2.5 miles south of the shop. You can paddle up and enjoy lunch or dinner during the week in season and breakfast/brunch on the weekends. We have other routes that we can suggest around the lake, just stop by the shop and we’ll help you out.