Paddleboarding

Stand Up Paddleboarding on Lake Mary

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  • Stand-up paddling on Lake Mary is an unforgettable experience with clear water, spectacular views of Crystal Crag and the Mammoth Crest, and plenty of room to explore. There are multiple locations for launching on the north and south shores. For glassy water start early in the day—the earlier the better—before the afternoon winds kick up. Paddle out to the middle of the lake to get beyond long-casting fisherman. Be aware of other boaters. Explore the snags along the southeast shore for a chance to see bald eagles or osprey fishing for trout. Note: Lake Mary is a source of drinking water, so no swimming allowed!

  • Stand-up paddling on Lake Mary is an unforgettable experience with clear water, spectacular views of Crystal Crag and the Mammoth Crest, and plenty of room to explore. There are multiple locations for launching on the north and south shores. For glassy water start early in the day—the earlier the better—before the afternoon winds kick up. Paddle out to the middle of the lake to get beyond long-casting fisherman. Be aware of other boaters. Explore the snags along the southeast shore for a chance to see bald eagles or osprey fishing for trout. Note: Lake Mary is a source of drinking water, so no swimming allowed!

  • Experience Checklist

    • Flip Flops/Lake Approach Shoes
    • Knowledge and understanding of local conditions
    • Paddleboard & paddle
    • Personal floatation device(s)
    • Sunglasses
    • Sun hat
    • Sunscreen/lip protector
    • Surf Booties
    • Swimsuit or wetsuit

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    Experience Information

    Trail Length
    0.2 miles
    Trail Surface
    Water
    Duration
    Less than 4 hours

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  • Hours/Season: Store/marina: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., summer only | Year Round 

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