Ocean Shores Boat House

We Outfit. You Explore.


(360) 289-0487

Boat House Hours*
We are closed at this time, we will reopen mid-May 2021.
952 Point Brown Ave SE
Ocean Shores, WA 98569

Our Watercraft and Rates!

More than a boat, a Duffy electric boat puts you at the helm of a lifestyle powered by quiet, reliable, sophisticated fun. For leisurely cruises with friends and family, corporate parties, romantic outings, birthdays, anniversaries and holiday celebrations, nothing tops a laid-back outing on a Duffy electric boat! Powered by 100% electric, zero emissions.
Duffy Boats
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Max Riders: 10 Passengers (regardless of age). Note: No fishing or swimming from boat. No pets onboard the boat.
$59.00/hr. + tax
Note: Driver will need to complete the rental/liability agreement, boat familiarization/safety brief and a test drive prior to boat launch. Plan on 20 minutes to complete these requirements.
Hydrobikes have been synonymous with fun & fitness on the water in 74 countries now since the founder invented the pedal powered water bike over 25 years ago. Non polluting, easy to ride, lightweight, safe and stable with 400 lbs flotation. Hydrobikes are enjoyed by everyone from 8-80.
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Max Riders: 1 Passenger. Note: No pets onboard the vessel.
Max Weight: 300 lbs
$20.00/hr. + tax
Lifejacket and whistle are required to be worn at all times. Will be provided by the Boat House.
Sea Eagle FastTrack kayaks are sleeker and faster than ever before! The FastTrack is a combination of sleek, curved, touring shape with state of the art "NeedleKnife Keel" provides true rigid kayak performance with the benefits of an inflatable. Most importantly, the FastTrack is designed to be extremely safe and stable.
Sea Eagle Kayaks
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Max Riders: 1 or 2 passenger kayaks available. No pets onboard the vessel.
Max Weight: 500 lbs
$20.00/hr. + tax
Lifejacket and whistle are required to be worn at all times. Will be provided by the Boat House.

Fresh Waterways

Construction on the 23+ miles of inter-connecting, man-made fresh waterways started in 1960 when the planned community of Ocean Shores was just getting started in its development. A huge electric hydraulic dredge, known as the “Razor Clam” by locals due to it digging through and spitting out water, worked on the canal system for half a decade. The first canal built was a water feature along the Ocean Shores Golf Course, with the rest of the canals constructed quickly throughout the peninsula.

By the last few months of 1965, the canals were finished, opening up lake and canal front housing to over 1,600 lots. While the dream of sailing from your home to open water did not become a reality, the canals and lakes helped define this oceanfront town, giving it a unique experience unlike anywhere else in the state. Now, these waterways are becoming popular for those who use a canoe, a stand-up paddle Board (SUP) or kayak after years of being overlooked.

Today, the canals and lakes of Ocean Shores are considered a secret destination by tourists and kept mostly hush-hush by locals, helping to make this a relaxing way to spend the day. While the popularity of the region has increased in the past few years, few still know that Ocean Shores is home to some of the best kayaking, canoeing, boating and SUP experiences in Grays Harbor. With three popular launch sites, located at Texmar Ave, North Bay Park and Chinook Park, there are several options to begin your explorations.

The canals and lakes of Ocean Shores are perfect for paddlers of all ages and abilities. Since the waterways are mostly protected from the winds that blast the coast, the water is typically calm and boats gliding effortlessly though the canals. Today, most of the canals are lined with houses, but there is still an incredible amount of wildlife visible. Migratory and local birds use the waters as a place of rest and dining, while the local deer populations wander along the shores. With a few islands to explore and 23 miles to paddle, it is nearly impossible to experience the entire water system in one day. One popular activity for boaters is to head to Duck Lake and troll for fish while slowly slipping through the water. Huge bass, rainbow trout and even yellow perch and bluegill sunfish have been caught in the region, giving you yet another way to pass the time while exploring.

-- Grays Harbor Talk