Enjoy Some Fun in the Sun on Lady Bird Lake

Austin is known for it’s local gems and outdoorsy adventures. Lady Bird Lake is just the place to get that Austin experience. We visited with Lindsay Rohler  of Rowing Dock one of Austin’s hidden gems. Founded in 1999, giving Austinites and travelers the best spot to access and experience Lady Bird Lake. From SUP (stand-up paddle board) yoga classes, bat paddles, and full moon cruises to a relaxing day on the water for the experienced or beginning paddler; Rowing Dock offers an unforgettable experience for everyone at every level. The staff enjoys people and the outdoors, and is willing to help make your adventure on the lake as easy as possible. Rowing Dock offers rentals of canoes, paddle boards and kayaks, paying by the hour. If you paddle west toward Red Bud Isle you will get a nature-filled scenery. If you head east toward the Barton Creek Inlet you’ll get the Austin skyline. If you are into the outdoors and want a different view of Austin’s beauty, Rowing Dock is the place for you and is open seven days a week. For more information you can email them at info@rowingdock.com or give them a ring at 512-459-0999. You can also check them out online at rowing dock.com for more details on pricing and events.

Rowing Dock is located at 2418 Stratford Dr.

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