Do you love to kayak but want to explore the area on your own?

We offer wonderful kayaking experiences right in our Inns’ “own backyard”.

Scorton Creek tidal flats, just 5 minutes from Honeysuckle Hill Inn, offers adventurous kayakers a wonderful water oasis filled with intricate marsh branches, gorgeous landscapes, and an amazing variety birds and wildlife to search for and talk about!

And to help facilitate your individual kayak adventures, Honeysuckle Hill Inn has partnered with nearby RideAway Adventures’, offering you first-class kayak rentals to help you explore our wonderful waterways. This American Canoe Association (ACA) certified guide facility will provide you an overview of the tidal flats and even drop you and your kayaks off at  nearby Scorton Creek landing.

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Even better, stay with us for three nights and receive a special package deal for your kayak adventure…

Cape Cod Free Spirit Kayaking Adventure Details:

  • Available July 1– August 31, 2020 — any day of the week
  • Cost: $699 (plus tax)               
  • Three nights stay, Queen bedroom with private bath, full breakfast each day (double occupancy)
  • Three hour kayak rental for two people (2 single sit-in or sit-on kayaks)Honeysuckle Hill Inn West Barnstable MA

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RideAway Adventures is more than just an adventure company, they are an Ocean Guardian driven by a philosophy of education about and conservation of our oceans and environment. They have been awarded “Best of Cape Cod” four years running by Cape Cod Life and have been awarded multiple publication recognitions for their customer service and nature based tours. Their fully ACA certified guide staff will make your time on the water safe, exciting, and the highlight of your vacation.

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Mike Morrison, owner of RideAway Adventures, is a true Cape-Codder, born and raised in Sandwich. Mike was given the Stewardship award by Care for the Cape and Islands for his conservation efforts on tours and at their kid’s adventure camps. He is currently the Massachusetts ACA State Director as well as a Level 2 kayak and paddle board instructor.