Watercraft and Bicycle Rentals
Dune Grass has a wide variety of watercraft and tube rentals available at our Hamlin Lake Concessions building. All rentals include paddles and PFD's.
- Tandem Kayaks
- Paddle Boats
Single Tubes(Not available this season)
- Row Boats
- Double Tubes
Bicycles of all sizes are available for rent at the Cedar Camp Store and are rented by the hour or day.
|Watercraft||2 hours||4 hours||8 hours||2 Day|
|Child Seat Bike||$20||$25||$35||$45|
Due to Covid-19, inner tubes will not be available for rental during the 2020 season. Tubes are available for purchase at the Hamlin Lake Concession, the Cedar Camp Store, and the Lake Michigan Beach House.
A driver's license is required with rental and is held as a security deposit until equipment is returned. If driver's license is not available, we require $20 cash.
We accept Master Card, Visa, Discover or cash. (No checks)
All watercraft must be returned to rental facility 1 hour before dusk.
All person are required to have a PFD in watercraft, and children 10 and under must wear at all times. (PFD's included in rental).
Rental Hours are 10:00am - 7:00pm daily, weather permitting. Earlier rentals are available through camp store.
Watercraft Trips Available
- Enjoy the peaceful beauty of Lost Lake by canoe, kayak or paddleboard. It takes approximately 2 hours to paddle through Lost Lake where you are protected from the wind and have the opportunity to see many inlets and islands, and an abundance of wildlife such as ducks, geese, deer and eagles.
- The State Park's canoe trail takes approximately 3 hours to paddle. It is a marked trail and is approximately 4 miles long. The trail hugs the south shoreline of Hamlin Lake and into bays and marshes along the lake. There are 3 shore potages on this trip. The marshes are excellent wildlife habitat and wildflowers are abundant at various times of the year. The trail is exposed to the wind when you are on Hamlin Lake, so be aware of the conditions prior to launching.
- Float the Sable River in a tube, kayak, or SUP. You will launch just below the dam and paddle out to Lake Michigan. The current is quit slow and takes approximately 2 hours to float in a tube. Canoes, kayaks and SUP's can easily paddle back up stream to the dam. All tubes and watercraft must be returned to our Hamlin Lake Concession by the customer.