- WARNING COVID-19 may be transmitted by hard and soft surfaces. Paddle EZ does not sanitize or disinfect the equipment after each use. User is responsible for sanitizing or disinfecting the equipment prior to use.
- State laws require that each person have a Coast Guard Approved Personal Flotation Device (PFD) onboard that is properly sized and fitted. Children under 13 and non-swimmers must wear a PFD at all times. Click on this link for information on how to properly select and fit a lifejacket. If there is not a properly sized PFD or if a PFD is in need of repair, stop using the Equipment, return it and notify Paddle EZ.
- Carefully inspect the equipment prior to using to ensure there are no punctures, holes or damage that might cause the equipment to take on water. Also check to ensure kayaks do not have water in their hull. You agree, prior to operating the equipment, to stop using the equipment and notify Paddle EZ if there are any issues with the equipment. If you later determine the equipment is not operating properly, immediately stop using the Equipment, return it and notify Paddle EZ
4. Kayak Pavilion Rules
- Kayak pavilion/launch hours are dawn to dusk, seven days a week, weather and conditions permitting.
- Kayaks, canoes, and other paddle craft are allowed on the lake. No motorized or inflatable vessels are allowed.
- All vessels must have at least one United States Coast Guard (USCG) wearable personal floatation device (PFD) for each person on board. All PFDs must be in good and serviceable condition and must be readily accessible. The PFDs must be of the proper size for the intended wearer. Texas law requires all children under 13 years of age to wear a USCG approved wearable PFD.
- Willful body contact with water is prohibited. No human or animal swimming allowed.
- All vessels must be removed at the end of each use.
- The City of Leander makes no guarantees about the safety of water recreation activities on these bodies of water. Participant assumes all risks and liabilities associated with participation.
- Participant is only allowed to operate his/her watercraft within the boundaries of the lake perimeter. Do not exit or beach your watercraft in any location other than the launch. The south portion of the lake is private property, and trespassers could be prosecuted by the owners.
- The City of Leander reserves the right to prohibit activity on these bodies of water at any time.
- All users must follow all state and federal laws. More information on current laws, plus safety tips, can be found online at: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us
- For more information and a complete set of park rules visit www.leandertx.gov/parksrec
To report non-emergency violations, call 512-528-2800 | For emergencies, call 9-1-1
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