Stand Up Paddle Boarding is a fun sport accessible to anyone. Rent yours today in Post Falls!
Spokane SUP Rentals
- Available for 1, 2, or 4 hours, 24 hours, or weekly!
- Capacity: 1-2 passengers
- 9′ – 12′ in length
- Includes paddle
- Every Spokane SUP rental comes with mini-lesson
- Paddle and Life Jacket included
- 1-Hour Paddle Board Rental
- 2-Hour Paddle Board Rental
- 4-Hour Paddle Board Rental
- 24-Hour Stand Up Paddle Board Rental
- Weekly Stand Up Paddle Board Rental
We are excited to see you this summer! Reservations will open in mid-April, 2022.
Paddle & Pint Adventure!
$30 for a 4 hr paddle session.
Book online, and choose the 12:00 time slot.
(Spokane location only.)
At our two convenient locations, Fun Unlimited makes the sport of stand up paddle boarding in Spokane fun and accessible. We offer our customers the best customer service in all of Washington.
Much like a surfboard, a paddle board is a great way to get in some exercise, have fun, and learn from a new experience for people of any age or size. Also, standing on a SUP rental is more stable than surfing, making it easier to balance. Each SUP rental in Spokane always comes with a mini lesson.
Where to Paddle Board in Spokane
Right at our location!
No need to haul your gear anywhere!
But if you insist on trying out our region’s amazing lakes and rivers, we understand! You must book a 24-hr rental session to take your paddle board off-site.
In Idaho, there’s also Priest Lake, which boasts 70-plus miles of shoreline and trails. In Washington, visit the Little Spokane River.
Shop Our SUP Sales
Do you love your SUP rental too much to leave it in Idaho when you go home? Check out our SUP sales! Our inflatable boards are easy to bring home and durable against dings and dents. Owning a SUP means you’ll have more time and space to explore on the water or to use it as an exercise tool or fun activity for the whole family.
At Fun Unlimited, we care! We do our best to follow CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. We feel that outdoor activities are safe when following CDC guidelines.