Frank’s Livery opens to offer first water sports rental on the White River

The founders of Frank’s Livery are leading the way with Indy’s first river-based recreational watercraft rental at Riverside Regional Park, where a renewal of nearly 900-acres of parkland is underway.

A group of people canoeing on the White River in Indianapolis

58 miles of the White River are undergoing one of the country’s largest river redevelopment plans to make it cleaner and more recreationally friendly.

Photo by @gkinast via Visit Indy

Want to get on the water this summer but don’t own a kayak, canoe, or paddle board?

Indy’s first paddle sports livery is now open on the White River after a decade of work to make the water clean enough for recreation.

Frank’s Paddlesports Livery Co. is located in the heart of Indy Parks’ Riverside Regional Park and nestled between the White River and White River Greenway. It’s offering a new amenity featuring kayak, canoe, and stand-up paddleboard (SUP) rentals + float trips along the White River near downtown.

Visitors will have the opportunity to book a 7-mile, 4-mile trip, or by-the-hour experience.

Frank’s Livery is open Tuesday through Sunday. You can call 260-226-3075 to check availability + walk-ups are welcome. Learn more and book your trip down the White River.

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