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Rocky Mountain Paddleboard

Denver, CO, USA
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About Rocky Mountain Paddleboard
Rocky Mountain Paddleboard is an independently owned and Colorado-based company dedicated to the sport, lifestyle, and community of stand up paddleboarding. Our goal is to unite this incredible community, explore beautiful bodies of water, and inspire others to embrace and welcome challenges. We strive to bring people together by creating truly special and memorable experiences through paddlesports. We offer rentals, lessons and SUP yoga at three locations; Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood, Boulder Reservoir in Boulder, and Union Reservoir in Longmont!
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Jessica J wrote a review Sep 2020
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This is for the Cherry Creek location. We decided to go on a little outing for some fun outdoors before the snow hit! We made this little outing for Labor Day so, I made reservations ahead of time and books two paddle boards and two waterproof bags for two hours. The stand was a little difficult to find so I am glad we got there early. When we got there the staff was slightly short but I didn't think anything of it. One woman who worked at the stand came in off the water and then began helping customers without her mask and even stayed "oh sorry I don't have my mask" (apathetically) and did and did continued to not wear her mask. When we went to get our boards, they had no idea I had rented the waterproof bags. The woman was condescending as she explained things. Then when we returned at the end of our time, it got worse! She was yelling at us to kneel and then was extremely rude to us! I can't believed we paid $100 for two hours just to be treated like this. The other woman still wasn't wearing her mask and was high-fiving a customer. It was also hard not to notice that the white men customers seemed to get much friendly customer service... Next time I would rather go buy paddle boards than be treated like this.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Patricia L wrote a review Aug 2020
Boulder, Colorado4 contributions2 helpful votes
We have rented paddle boards and kayaks at the Boulder Resevoir. It always goes really well. Quicker to get in and out if you rent on line before you get there. It seems to be a lot cheaper than other places around the area too!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ashley S wrote a review Jul 2020
Las Cruces, New Mexico2 contributions
This was at the Bear Creek location on 7/18 w a reservation at 4:00p. I wouldn't give a single star unless having to in order to write a review. I'm telling you, do not waste $25-$40 here unless you enjoy being condescended by the staff and smelling like sewer water from being in Soda Lake. Checking in wasn't the worst, but it was after we were checked in and told we were all set to go by the gentleman working the check-in window that everything became an more than awful experience. The guy at the check-in window gave us directions on where to grab our PFDs and paddles from, which we followed to the T. However, as we are following these directions, a very rude, miserable woman began screaming at us, "Do you guys not know how to follow directions? You're not supposed to grab from over there, you're supposed to get a PFD then come under the blue tent, grab a paddle, then stand on a pink dot!!!" We were literally told the opposite, and became extremely uncomfortable at the way we were approached by this woman. We begin to follow these new directions given to us by the rude woman, by grabbing from the paddles under the infamous blue tent and placed ourselves on the pink dots. The woman only gets worse from here. She begins the quick SUP tutorial and is extremely condescending throughout. As some people are following along but aren't quite up to par, she calls them out to embarrass them, rather than give a kind redirection of what to do. As I was following her demonstration on locking the lever back in after adjusting the paddle handle to my height, I was struggling to lock it in place and exclaims to me, "You have to push it down to lock it in place, didn't you hear me?" I heard her, but I was trying to be gentle with the stupid thing because she had just yelled at my boyfriend for not being so gentle. She was a straight up b*tch, to be entirely honest. She ruined the whole experience for not only my group, but others that were within our reservation as well. Maybe it was just a bad day for her and I'm sure she deals with people who really don't follow directions on a day to day basis, but hey you literally work somewhere where people who have never tried SUP before visit. It's literally your job to show people what to do and that means people aren't always going to follow directions properly or understand what they are. Also, maybe it was just this particular lady who is miserable going to work, but the fact they even employ her despite this behavior is justification for a one star for the company as a whole. If you absolutely are going to choose this place, don't go at 4:30p on Saturdays, because you may run into the same condescending woman.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sharon S wrote a review Jul 2020
Bentonville, Arkansas2 contributions
Easy to book, very helpful & organized. We booked a 2 hour paddle with paddleboard & kayaks & it was just the right amount of time. Not crowded on the Thursday morning we went. Gorgeous setting to enjoy the water!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Caroline A wrote a review Jul 2020
Lone Tree, Colorado22 contributions3 helpful votes
The staff were super kind and helpful. We had a nice paddle around the reservoir with beautiful views.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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