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        Northwest Outdoor Center 2100 Westlake Ave N Ste 1<br> Seattle, Wa 98109<br> 206-281-9694 <br>mail@nwoc.com
     
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Seattle Kayak and SUP Rentals, Classes, Gear Sales - Friday, December 3, 2021
Masks are required for anyone entering our store, no exceptions. Masks are not required on our docks or in our boats if you are vaccinated.

Here is a list of the New &  Used Kayaks and Paddleboards we have in stock. Right now, we have 2 new Delta 10AR in white, and 1 in blue, and 1 15S with Rudder, Green available right now.
We have a list of Delta kayaks that are on order for delivery this Fall/Winter. You can give us a call or email to find out what will be available.

HOURS:
CLOSED MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS
11-5 Wednesday Through Sunday
WE WILL BE CLOSED 12/24,  REOPEN JANUARY 12
Last rental will be 1.5 hours before sunset
If it is very windy or cold, we will not be renting. Give us a call before you come down on those iffy days.

Reservations are suggested for the nicer days, but will be in limited numbers to avoid crowding on the dock.
We will need to know when you will be here, how long you will be renting for, and what you need in singles, doubles, triples, or SUPs.
We are looking forward to seeing you, but if you have any symptoms of illness we ask that you stay home.

Yearly Rental Pass NOW for Kayaks AND SUPs! For those of you who want to paddle often, without the hassle of hauling your boat or Standup Paddleboard around (or even owning one!) Orders for what we don't have here are subject to our suppliers resuming shipping, and their production schedules.

We have lifejackets, touring paddles, and other kayaking essentials in stock!
Call/email us about future kayak availability! We have a wait list for boats arriving this fall and winter.
-Here is a link to our
retail prices and specs for new kayaks


You may now purchase items in our store!
Call or email to see if we have what you need.

OUR ONLINE RETAIL STORE IS ALWAYS OPEN.

WE HAVE E-GIFTCARDS AVAILABLE! 
Have one emailed, or sent by text to yourself or others.
Thank you for supporting local business!

We have most of the Delta Kayaks line to demo, from their 12S, and 12' 10"  to 17' single, and a 17.5'  tandem touring boats, to the shorter  Delta 12AR, a 12' boat with a large cockpit for easy entry and exit at 42#, and the Delta 10AR at 37#, both thermoformed models.

Looking for something to store and/or lockup your kayak or board?


Access Points and Destination - Friday, December 3, 2021
Access points and destinations. 

The Arboretum is closed again!
Here is a PDF of our
Lake Union and Lake Washington maps.
The Cascadia Marine trail is a local treasure, here is a
PDF of the sites along the trail.

Our kayaks and boards are not allowed through the Ballard Locks.
cess points and destinations.

The Arboretum is closed again!
Here is a PDF of our Lake Union and Lake Washington maps.
The Cascadia Marine trail is a local treasure, here is an interactive map of the sites along the trail.
Click here to join or donate to this great cause.


Our kayaks and boards are not allowed through the Ballard Locks.


Getting Here and Parking - Friday, December 3, 2021
Directions to NWOC

Lots of the parking on Westlake Ave N is now metered from 9am to 4pm Mon-Friday only. All the parking facing the street is all day paid for $.50/hour, do not hit Max Time or you will be charged for 3 days!! Most parking facing the Lake is 2-hour max paid parking. Paid parking ends at McGraw street north of us, but note the permit parking restrictions.

The #40 bus stops out front from both directions. There's always Uber or Lyft for inexpensive rides in the city. 
Here are some suggested routes to get to NWOC.
Bus Directions

Metro #40 Route serving Westlake Ave North

From UW, or Burke Gillman (Bus, walking or bike): The #32 takes you to Fremont, where you can walk south over the bridge, or take the #40 bus, which stops in front of our shop. The Burke Gillman Trail will take you over the Fremont Bridge. After you cross the bridge, the safest way to go is on the new cycle track on the left (east) side. Driving, go West on 45th or 50th to Stone Way, South on Stone to 34th, right on 34th, take a left (South) on Fremont Ave, over the Fremont Bridge, left on Westlake just after the bridge. Go about a mile to the 1st stoplight at Crockett St, turn left into parking lot. We are below Seattle Changing Room, and Julie's Landing, which has a clocktower with a flag



Northwest Outdoor Center 2100 Westlake Ave N Ste 1- Seattle, Wa 98109 206-281-9694 mail@nwoc.com