Welcome to Live Love Paddle
Looking for something exciting to do in Austin. Come escape the heat and enjoy a kayak excursion. We feature Congress Bridge Bat tours, Urban Kayak Tours, Full Moon Live Music Tours, and we rent kayaks on Lady Bird Lake. It's a great way to get to know Austin, cool off, and get some of the best pictures Austin at the same time.
Congress Bridge Bat Watching Tours
Paddle a kayak to see and learn about one of the World's Largest Urban Bat Colonies in Austin Texas! We will meet up at our office in the AMLI South Shore apartments on Lady Bird Lake and then kayak up the lake to see the bats at the Congress Avenue Bridge. We are the only company in Austin that does this in kayaks!
Time: approximately 2 hours
Cost: $45 per person
Urban Kayaking Tour of Austin
November through February, (in addition to our full-day river trips) we're offering daytime tours of downtown Austin! You'll see some of Austin's most popular sites, hear some local history and facts, and learn about the famous Congress Avenue Bridge Bats that reside in Austin from March to October.
Time: 2 - 2 1/2 hours
Cost: $45 per person
Full Moon Live Music Tour
One of the coolest new tours in Austin includes and evening paddle to a secluded island in Ladybird Lake under the light of a full moon. Guests may kayak or paddle board to the island. On the island, you will be treated to live music from Jeremy Booth and the Wanderers with their Americana Fold sounds, a sunset from the water, a campfire, and s'mores! This is as "local Austin" as Austin gets! We recommend you bring a blanket or small camp chair and bug spray. This is a BYOB event, small collapsible coolers work best. Get the next date for the Austin Full Moon Kayak Tour here.
Dates: About once a month in the warmer months only
Time: About an hour before dusk
Price: $40 per person
We now rent kayaks on Lady Bird Lake. Come visit us at the AMLI Southshore Apartments and pick up your kayak to explore Lady Bird Lake and Barton Springs today!
Cost: $10 per hour
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