The SpaceThis is a place for adults who like to hike the AT or take a canoe out on the river or get away for the weekend. Plus, it is easy to get into downtown Harrisburg for great restaurants and night life. It is also just north of the large Enola Train yards - you will hear and sometimes feel the trains roll by because the cabin is located between the river and the train lines heading north. Guest AccessCurrently, the loft is not available. The canoe is only available seasonally. Interaction with GuestsWe live nearby and can help if you have any concerns or issues. The NeighborhoodAREA BUSINESSES & HIGHLIGHTS
Nearby Restaurants / Café –
The Waterfront Bar & Grill - American fare served in an unpretentious eatery with a spacious deck, sports on TV & a pool table.
13 S Main Street, Marysville ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Marysville All American Diner – Nothing fancy, typical diner food.
510 S State Rd, Marysville, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Al's Pizza & Pub - provides a more upscale dining experience in the pub side and a wide selection of craft & micro-brews, serving 44 draft beers, and over 300 varieties of beers to-go, from many diverse breweries of craft beers to your good ole` domestics.
409 North Enola Road, Enola PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
The Squeaky Rail Diner - appropriately borrows its name from the nearby rail yard in East Pennsboro Township. The 24-hour restaurant opened July 27 at 505 N. Enola Road in the former Summerdale Din(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Dunkin Donuts – Yep, a full store is only 4.5 miles away, Open 24 hours, south on (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) N Enola Rd., Enola PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Our Favorites Restaurants in Harrisburg (downtown is 10 miles away)
The Sturges Speakeasy - Tavern with a rooftop deck, offering contemporary American pub food with craft beer & cocktails.
400 Forster St, Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) s(URL HIDDEN)
The Millworks - Eatery & beer garden featuring a full bar, 35 art studios/galleries, craft brews & farm-fresh local fare. The Millworks is a restaurant serving all local and sustainable dishes. We have a full bar with an outdoor biergarten, three art galleries with 35 artist studios & weekly live music... all under one roof. Our mission here at the Millworks is a simple one: to create a regional destination which showcases Central Pennsylvania's wonderful artistic talents as well as our region's bountiful, sustainable agriculture.
40 Verbeke St, Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mill(URL HIDDEN)
The Kitchen & Gallery Bar at H*MAC - is a is a great place for shows, food and drink. Its a 150 seat restaurant and bar, serving up Southern inspired takes on familiar dishes. The fare is presented in a “fast casual” environment, which is designed to service both serious diners, as well as those coming to one of the numerous events that H*MAC offers. The Gallery Bar is furnished and decorated with a number of unique reclaimed materials, and offers regularly rotating shows of both local and regional artists.
1110 N. 3rd St., Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Tröegs - is an American brewery located in Hershey, Pennsylvania ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)′W). John and Chris Trogner founded the company in 1996. Tröegs is a craft-brewery, or microbrewery focusing their production on specialty and seasonal beers. Tröegs also is a limited distribution brewery, only distributing beer to states within proximity to maintain beer freshness.
200 East Hershey Park Drive, Hershey, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Appalachian Brewing Company (ABC) - was founded in 1997, with original brewery and brewpub located in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. One of America’s largest brewpubs, this previously abandoned 100-year-old building was completely restored to create one of the most beautiful spaces in our capital city. Also has music venue on 2nd floor.
50 North Cameron Street Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Mangia Qui - focuses on bringing the cuisines from the regional tables of Italy here to the Harrisburg Area. Offering a three course menu, nightly features, an impressive Italian wine list, bottled beer, and a full bar. The dinning room is warm and inviting and our patio has beautiful view our state Capitol building!
272 North Street Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Other Popular Harrisburg restaurants:
•Lancaster Brewing Company Harrisburg
•Gilligans Bar and Grill
•El Sol Mexican Restaurant
•Gabriella Italian Ristorante
•Cork & Fork
•Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar
•O'Reilly's Tap Room & Kitchen
•Tomato Pie Cafe
•Au Bon Lieu
•Dodge City USA Restaurant
•Official BBQ & Burgers
•Hershey Family Restaurant
Appalachian Trail- The AT passes directly through the nearby small town of Duncannon which is well-known for its views from Hawk Rock as well as the locals’ friendliness, hospitality and generosity of local residents.
Parking in Duncannon: According to the Town of Duncannon, the official place to hike for both short and long term parking in Duncannon itself is by the old railroad section. The intersection of Market St. and Cumberland St. is where the northbound AT goes left off Market onto Cumberland. (This is a short block south of the Doyle Hotel). To reach the parking lot, go east on Cumberland St. at this intersection. (right if going north on Market). In one block go right again for a short distance to the parking area on the left. The markers on the attached map indicate the position of the lot. (About 10 miles away)
The historic river town of Duncannon, situated at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Juniata Rivers and the Kittatinny Ridge “Flyway,” is treasured by the thousands of thru-hikers, section hikers, and river enthusiasts in Perry County, PA. It is also listed as one of the cherished towns in the Middle Susquehanna Greenway Tour. (AT Conservancy website)
The legendary Doyle Hotel on Market Street is a welcome respite to hikers and paddlers, offering good food, drink and a place to rest before continuing on their journey. Duncannon is also the home of several great restaurants and unique small businesses who welcome you to the town. Duncannon has also played host to the annual Billville Hiker Feed, with hikers flocking for three days of food and festivities each summer over the last nine years, and local Boy Scouts provide maps of local attractions and hiker services to help orient and welcome visitors to town.
Another nearby Trail head is on Route 850 (9 miles away) GPS Coordinates: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Appalachian Trail Museum (about one hour away) 1120 Pine Grove Road, Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Gardners, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
AT Web resources:
Duncannon Appalachian Trail Community: (URL HIDDEN)
Parking on the Appalachian Trail, Sections closest to Marysville are 8 and 9: (URL HIDDEN)
Waggoner’s Gap – Fantastic Raptor Hangout! You'll find very few wildlife experiences that are more exciting than the sight of a Golden Eagle gliding over a landscape painted in late autumn reds, yellows and oranges. The best and most easily accessible location in Pennsylvania to enjoy this sight is at Waggoner's Gap Hawk Watch.
This 125-acre hawk watching rock outcrop is situated on the Kittatinny Ridge, also known as Blue Mountain. Waggoner's Gap has one of the largest concentrations of raptors in the U.S., with 15,000 to 20,000 raptors passing through every year. It is one of the best sites along the Kittatinny Ridge, in the East to see Golden Eagles, and in PA to watch the fall hawk migration. From mid-August to December, dedicated volunteers diligently count Sharp-shinned, Broad-winged, Cooper's, and Red-tailed hawks; Northern Harriers; Turkey and Black vultures; and Bald and Golden eagles.
Autumn is the best time to hike the rocky path to Waggoner's Gap. There are two trails to choose from, the Hawk Trail (marked with an orange bird painted on the rocks) which leads to the rocky outcrop and the Songbird trail (marked with a yellow bird painted on the rocks). Both trails lead to a beautiful 180-degree vista of Cumberland Valley. The outcrop consists of tumbled boulders so proper footwear is recommended. Be prepared for conditions that are typically cooler and windier than in the Valley. The trails are accessible, short and easy to navigate both in the same afternoon. Read more: (URL HIDDEN) Waggoners Gap Rd, Carlisle, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away). GPS coordinates: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
A marked parking lot is on the east side of Route 74, a tenth of a mile down from the crest of the mountain on the north side in Perry County. Audubon Pennsylvania Office - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Boyd Big Tree Preserve - The 1,025-acre Boyd Big Tree Preserve Conservation Area straddles Blue Mountain and is the habitat of large trees of numerous species, which are homes for deep forest birds, especially warblers. In the summer and fall, the old field is filled with blooming wildflowers like butterfly weed. In late-July and early-August, the flowers attract field birds and many varieties of butterflies.
12 miles of hiking trails.
1447 Fishing Creek Valley Road - 10 miles away.
Shank’s Mare Outfitters– Located in an 1880’s era general store building on the shores of the Susquehanna River, Shank’s Mare Outfitters specializes in sales and rentals of touring, fishing, and whitewater kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, hiking and cross country skiing gear. The Shank’s Mare Outdoor Education Center offers instruction, school field trips, group and corporate guided outings and outdoor adventure camps for kids. In a converted cigar manufacturing space located on the second floor of our building is The Rookery Meeting Facility featuring a banquet room with catering services for groups up to 75 people. The Lock 2 Cafe, located just next to our main building in a converted river bungalow, features light food, snacks and ice cream plus a live music night during the summer season. We invite you to visit Shank’s Mare and our experienced staff dedicated to the idea that we all need to…….GO PLAY OUTSIDE!
2092 Long Level Road Wrightsville PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Juniata River Adventures – Plan your Juniata float trip with us! Juniata River Adventures and Buttonwood Campground offer canoe and kayak rentals, tubing adventures, and livery service on the Juniata River … a slow-moving, peaceful body of water that wanders through the beautiful farmlands, dense woods, rolling ridges, and small towns of Juniata County. Most trips launch from our private launch on the river and will be picked up down stream. Other trips begin upstream and end at our launch in Mifflintown. For a true outdoor adventure, we also now offer primitive camping on the banks of the Juniata River, where you may still enjoy our many nearby amenities. Our equipment consists of Old Towne canoes, kayaks and adjustable personal flotation devices.
106 East River Road Mifflintown, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) GPS Coordinates: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Blue Mountain Outfitters – Paddlesports Business that specializes in canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard (SUP) retail sales, livery services and repair services. They also design, manufacture, and sell their own line of canoe and kayak trailers.
Located in the old train station in Marysville, Pennsylvania GPS: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Public Launch - Marysville Boat Launch (also called Heritage Park)
3 N Main St, Marysville, PA 17053, United States
There is also a path down to the river to launch carry-in kayaks & canoe just north of the cabin.
Roundtop Mountain Resort (formerly known as Ski Roundtop) – Offers day and evening skiing and ski instruction, snowboarding, and snow tubing. Variety of things to do in summer as well including paintball, Ogo Ball, summer tubing, Vertical Trek, and more. There is also live music entertainment at the new Mountain View Food & Spirits restaurant on Friday and Saturday nights.
925 Roundtop Road, Lewisberry, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Indian Echo Caverns - Natural Splendor along the Swatara.
Like many caverns in the Mid-Atlantic states, Indian Echo Caverns is a limestone cave. Cut through Beekmantown limestone, which is over 440 million years old, they were formed through the erosive properties of water. As time progressed, geological forces led to an "uplift" of the surrounding limestone, eventually allowing more and more water to flow through the formation. As the water flowed over the limestone, it began to create small crevices, these small crevices led to larger ones, and eventually, over a series of millions of years, it created the caverns as they are today.
The temperature inside the caverns is 52 degrees year around.
368 Middletown Road, Hummelstown, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Arts and Culture
The Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center (H*MAC) - Located in the heart of Harrisburg’s historic Old Midtown district, is a 34,000 sq. ft. multi–venue arts and entertainment complex. Listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, H*MAC began life in the early 1900s as Harrisburg’s first Jewish Community Center, and also served as the city’s Police Athletic League building in the 1970s. The H*MAC project was begun in 2007, with the purchase and renovation of the long vacant structure. Guided by an overarching vision to reclaim and repurpose many of Harrisburg’s elegant historic structures, the H*MAC project has become one of the cornerstones of the revitalization of Midtown Harrisburg. The H*MAC building currently houses three venues including Stage on Herr, which provide patrons with a variety of options for dining, entertainment, and enjoyment of the arts.
1110 N 3rd St, Harrisburg, PA (10 miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
The Forum- serves as the home to the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra and the Wednesday Club Concert Association. It also hosts many professional and amateur performances, concerts, and plays.
5th and Walnut Streets, Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
The Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts - It is said that this center is the first complex of its kind in the United States to use science as an entry to the arts. Whitaker Center exhibits science, the performing arts, and an IMAX theater under one roof.
222 Market St, Harrisburg, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Midtown Scholar Bookstore – “Used, Rare & New Books, Café, Art, Music, Community”
The Bookstore: Our store is housed in a renovated 1920's movie theater, which became Harrisburg's first split-level department store in the 1950s, and is now a vibrant community meeting place in Pennsylvania's capital city. We are located across the street from the historic Broad Street Market and just a few blocks (about 1/4 mile) north of the Pennsylvania State Capitol. We are honored to have been named one of "America's Great Independent Bookstores" and voted "Simply the Best" Independent Bookstore in the region for 12 years and counting! Our bookstore-cafe extends over two buildings and includes ov(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) used, new, and discounted books for all readers, in addition to an exceptional collection of rare books, lithographic and woodcut prints, "The Little Scholar" children's and young adult wing, changing art gallery exhibits, a main stage for author talks and acoustic music, a community classroom, and a poet's corner.
The Famous Reading Cafe: The Midtown Scholar's "Famous Reading Cafe" is pleased to offer organic, single-origin and direct-trade coffees and espresso drinks from the award-winning importers and roasters Counter Culture Coffee, as well as over 30 varieties of loose-leaf organic and fair-trade teas from Rishi Tea.
The Warehouse: The Midtown Scholar's four warehouses stock over two million academic and general interest books, which you can search, browse, and purchase on this website. The warehouse staff are in charge of all of our shipping, handling, and customer service inquiries. Please call their numb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) ext 1.) with any questions related to your online order or return.
1302 North Third Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102 Midtown Scholar Bookstore-Cafe: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Online orders and customer service: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Ext. 1 Free off-street parking
Midtown Cinema – Indie cinema showing foreign & smaller-release films accompanied by excellent concessions from handmade ice cream in unique flavors, gourmet and regular popcorn, coffee, tea, soda, candy, and more. Great community movie theater with new convenient parking lot. Show Sundance Award winners and films highly rated on Rotten Tomatoes. 3 but comfortable and clean theaters with new seats. They also have special events, such as trivia nights, outdoor films in the summer, and Saturday morning cartoons.
250 Reily St, Harrisburg, PA ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Other Nearby Attractions
HersheyPark - Family theme park situated in Derry Township, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1906 by Milton S. Hershey, as a leisure park for the employees of the Hershey Chocolate Company, the park is wholly and privately owned by Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company as of 2013. The park has won several awards, including the IAAPA Applause Award.
The park opened its first roller coaster in 1923, the The Wild Cat, an early Philadelphia Toboggan Company coaster. In 1970, it began redevelopment plan, which led to new rides, an expansion of the park, and the park's renaming. The 1970s brought the first looping roller coaster on the East Coast, as well as a 330-foot-tall (100 m) observation tower, the Kissing Tower. Beginning in the mid-1980s, the park rapidly expanded. Between 1991 and 2008, the park added eight roller coasters and the Boardwalk at Hersheypark water park. As of 2011, the park's area covers over 110 acres (45 ha), containing 70 rides and attractions, as well as a zoo called ZOOAMERICA - North American Wildlife Park. Adjacent is Hershey's Chocolate World, a visitors' center that is open to the public and that contains shops, restaurants, and a chocolate factory-themed tour ride. (Wikipedia)
100 Hersheypark Dr, Hershey, PA (24 miles away) ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Old Sled Works: Antique and Craft Market - The Lightning Guider sled factory operated here from (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Making millions of sleds and other wooden products. At one point it was the largest sled factory in the country shipping all over the nation. The buildings re-opened as the Old Sled Works, a unique market featuring over 125 antique and craft vendors. It also houses a working penny arcade and vintage soda fountain operate at certain times of the year. Also housed inside is a sled museum, a fire tower outside.
722 N Market St, Duncannon, PA (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) miles away) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
National Historic Landmark Pennsylvania Capitol Building – Welcome Center and 30 minute guided tours of “the handsomest building” President Theodore Roosevelt ever saw. Capitol Tour Guides are available to point out the architectural and artistic highlights, and to make the Capitol’s history come alive for you. Offered every half hour Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Weekends and most holidays tours are offered at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM. The Capitol is closed for tours New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Schedule subject to change without notice.
Tour the Capitol by calling the Tour Guide Office 1 - 800 - TOUR N PA ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) (URL HIDDEN)
Senators Baseball - The Harrisburg Senators are a minor league baseball team based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The team, which plays in the Eastern League, is the Double-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The Senators play in Metro Bank Park, located on City Island in Harrisburg. The stadium originally opened in 1987 as Riverside Stadium, but has since been renamed and renovated. It presently has a seating capacity of 6,187 fans. The "Senators" nickname refers to the host city being the capital and thus home of the Pennsylvania legislature. The team colors are red, navy blue, and gold, the same colors of the parent club, the Washington Nationals. (Wikipedia)
“The Senators announce their 2016 promotional calendar for their 30th Season in Harrisburg. From Fireworks to Flatscreens to Bobbleheads, and to the Cowboy Monkey Rodeo, there is something for everyone in the family this season.
Once again this season, the Senators are teaming with Hershey Park to provide one of the biggest giveaways in team history. On Saturday, April 30, the first 2,000 youngsters twelve and under will receive a free Hersheypark pass good through end of June.
Returning in 2016 is the Cowboy Monkey Rodeo. The monkeys riding dogs herding sheep show will entertain fans twice this year with the first visit Thursday, May 5 and the second visit Thursday, July 21. This is something you have to see to believe. It's one of the most popular promotions in Harrisburg. The Cowboy Monkey Rodeo has entertained fans during NFL games and been featured on ESPN.
In addition to the Cowboy Monkey Rodeo, the Senators will have nine special appearances in 2016. On May 14, Birdzerk! will entertain fans with his zany skits. The ZOOperstars! stop by the ballpark on May 15 and August 12 and will bring their usual cast of characters. On July 7 Senators fans will be treated to the elasticity of Rubber Boy as he contorts his way into different positions that will amaze you. Bucket Ruckus is back for a second straight year and providing their unique brand of entertainment on June 10 and June 11. On August 6 the Fur Circus will entertain fans young and old. The Washington Nationals' Racing Presidents make a return trip to Harrisburg on June 17.”
Harrisburg Senators 2016 Promotional Schedule
City Island (9.3 miles away) (URL HIDDEN)
Pride of the Susquehanna – The Pride is one of only 6 remaining “authentic” paddle wheel riverboat in the United States. This means that the Pride ONLY uses the paddle wheels for both propulsion and steering. There are no propellers, rudders or other forms of propulsion or steering. Truly a gem in our modern world! All cruises depart from the City Island Docks, down from Metro Bank Park on the Susquehanna River facing the Harrisburg Skyline.
The interior of the Pride is a beautiful collection of mahogany woodwork, brass and copper, custom stained-glass ceilings, and mirrored walls. The bar at the front of the vessel is completely covered in copper with brass tacks, reminiscent of old-time riverboats from the 1800s!
The Pride is fully equipped with restrooms and is handicapped accessible!
The Pride is annually inspected by the U.S. Coast Guard and all of our captains hold a 100-ton U.S. Coast Guard License. All crewmembers are trained by the captains to provide the utmost in safety & service to our passengers.
City Island (9.3 miles away) (URL HIDDEN)
Other Local Tourism Online Resources
CBSN Special on origins of Lady Liberty Sculpture in Susquehanna River. 3 minute video: (URL HIDDEN)
7 Awesome Reasons to Visit Duncannon, PA (URL HIDDEN)
Trip Advisor list of things to do in Harrisburg:
Official Tourism Website for things to do in Harrisburg:
Huffington Post’s 9 Unsug but amazing attractions in Harrisburg and Carlisle, PA:
Updated 2/15/16 Other Things to NoteCanoe Use Agreement, Waiver and Release of Liability
This agreement also constitutes a Waiver and Release of Liability, whereby the Airbnb Guest(s) agrees to release, discharge, hold harmless, defend and indemnify the Airbnb Hosts, canoe owners, and partners from any and all claims, actions or losses for bodily injury, property damage, wrongful death, loss of services or otherwise which may arise out of Guest(s) use of the canoe.
By signing this document, Guest(s) acknowledges he/she specifically understands he/she is releasing, discharging and waiving any claims or actions that I may have at the present time, or in the future, for the negligent acts, omissions or other conduct by the Hosts, owners, and partners of the 199 North Main Street, Marysville, PA Cabin on the Susquehanna River.
*Guest(s) shall obey all state, federal and local Boating Regulations, laws, ordinances and lawful directives from appropriate emergency or law enforcement personnel, while operating the canoe.
*Guest(s) is solely responsible for any citation or violation occurring during the use of, or as the result of using, the canoe.
*Guest(s) represents that he/she is capable of safely operating and handling the Equipment and finds it in good working order, condition and repair.
*Guest(s) represents that he/she has adequate skill, knowledge and experience to safely complete the planned activity and that adequate
preparations have been made to ensure safe completion of trip.
*Guest(s) shall bear all risk and responsibility of and for any and all damage, loss or theft of the canoe or any portions thereof, including, but not limited to vandalism or theft, and shall pay the Hosts the full cost of repair or replacement.
*Guest(s) shall return the canoe and equipment in the condition in which it was received. Minimum charges for repairs, labor and cleaning will be
applied in the event the canoe or equipment requires repair or excessive cleaning.
*Guest(s) agrees to use all equipment for its designed purpose only.
RECOGNITION OF RISK:
Guest(s) expressly acknowledges that canoeing is an activity with inherent risks of injury to persons and property.
GUEST(S) IS AWARE OF THOSE RISKS AND UNDERSTANDS THEM.
Guest(s) acknowledges that PFD’s (Lifejackets) are made available and that ALL GUESTS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR PFD’s/LIFEJACKETS WHILE USING THE CANOE. Guest(s) understands that use of a PFD does not remove all risks of injury; nor does PFD use make canoeing a safe activity. Guest(s) alone has determined the sufficiency of any safety gear or other precautions that Guest(s) decides to take to minimize the risks of the activity. No party related to the Hosts, including owner and partners, has made any representations regarding the safety of, or the risks of, the activity.
GUEST(S) EXPRESSLY ASSUMES THE RISKS OF THE ACTIVITY.
RELEASE OF LIABILITY: Guest(s) hereby RELEASES Hosts from liability for negligence and HOLDS HARMLESS the Hosts, its owner and partners from any loss, expense or cost, including attorney fees, arising out of any damages or injuries, whether to persons or property, occurring as a result of the guest(s) use of the canoe.
This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Guest(s) and Hosts and no term may be waived or modified (including provision against oral modification) except in writing signed by both parties. There are no warranties, expressed or implied, by Hosts to Guest(s), except as contained herein, and Hosts shall not be liable for any loss or injury to Guest(s) nor to anyone else, of any kind or however caused.
NON COMPLIANCE WITH THE ABOVE AGREEMENT MAY RESULT IN CHARGES FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE.
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