Scenic Rentals will get you on the water in some of the best hot spots in Victoria.

We are a MOBILE business, no location. Therefore, this allows us to be flexible and help you experience all Victoria BC has to offer.

These spots mainly include Thetis Lake, and The Gorge Waterway. However, if you wish to experience Victoria from a different location, we can meet you at Elk Lake, Beaver Lake, Gyro Beach, Ross Bay, Cadboro Bay, as well as many others. This business model allows us to meet you at your paddle boarding destination and allows for minimal work and hassle on your end. All you have to do is book your location, time, and the number of boards online and WE MEET YOU THERE. It’s as simple as that.


Experience Your City

TOP RECOMMEND SPOTS FOR BEGINNERS:

  1. Thetis Lake

  2. Gorge Waterway

Thetis Lake

Stand Up Paddle Board Thetis Lake Victoria BC

Thetis Lake is one of the most popular lakes in the Victoria area.

The lake is split into Lower Thetis Lake and Upper Thetis lake, but locals will be typically visiting the beaches and trails of Lower Thetis lake.

A perfect place for a lake stand up paddle board. No boats are allowed and you can even journey over to an island and hang out there for the afternoon. We recommend paddling around island and when you get to the end of Lower Thetis lake you go under the bridge and then cruise around Upper Thetis lake. You may even be enticed to stop and watch some locals doing some cliff jumping. This lake has it all!


  • TOTAL TIME: 2 – 2.5 Hours.

  • PICK UP/DROP OFF: We meet at the main beach on the left-hand side. Park in the main parking lot and walk up to the main beach, parking is $2.25 for the day.

The Upper Gorge Waterway

A charming Inlet that runs through the heart of Victoria

The Gorge Waterway Park in Saanich runs the length of the Gorge, an inlet connected to Victoria Harbour. Start at the corner of Tillicum Rd/Gorge Rd and head away from downtown towards the new Admirals Rd bridge. Experience a beautiful and calm cruise down a narrow waterway. Then you can go under the Admirals Rd bridge where the Gorge Waterway will open up so youcan loop around and then head back. Lots of little beaches, beautiful homes, and amazing scenery.


  • TOTAL TIME: 2 – 2.5 Hours.

  • PICK UP/DROP OFF: Located about 200 m down the trail from the corner of Tillicum Rd and Gorge Rd. There is a boat launching pad that is impossible to miss at the Victoria Canoe and Kayak Club. The parking lot is attached to the Victoria Canoe and Kayak Club andit is right in front of a children’s play area. Parking is free!