Brooklyn, NY, May 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Wheel Fun Rentals at Marine Park is proud to announce the addition of pedal boats to its fleet of rental equipment. Be among the first to have access to virtually undisturbed regions of Gerritsen Creek in a multi-passenger boat, and gain behind-the-scenes access to the diverse ecosystems within Marine Park. Two- and four-seat pedal boats will be available to rent at Marine Park starting Mother's Day weekend, Saturday, May 10th.
Wheel Fun Rentals’ pedal boats are easy to use and allow riders to cruise at their own pace. Experience the exhilaration of exploration with the whole crew in a double pedal boat, or take a date on a secluded voyage in a single pedal boat. Life jackets and safety instructions are included with every boat rental, ensuring a safe and enjoyable ride for everyone.
Pioneer your way through Marine Park’s waterways and marshlands. Marine Park is made up of 798 acres that surround the westernmost inlet of Jamaica Bay, making it the perfect location to view native and migratory wildlife in their natural habitat aboard a pedal boat. The wetlands provide a unique environment for both wildlife preservation and urban recreation. The addition of pedal boats gives the whole family the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with the local wildlife, including a variety of birds, turtles, and small mammals. During the summer months, discover the flocks of clapper rails, herons, and egrets that call Marine Park home.
Take your mother (or your wife) on a quiet, relaxing trip along the salt marshes of Gerritsen Creek on one of Wheel Fun Rentals’ newly added pedal boats, available May 10th. In addition to pedal boats, Wheel Fun Rentals at Marine Park offers single and double Surreys, a variety of bicycles, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards that suit all age groups and ability levels. For a full list of rental products and pricing, visit http://www.wheelfunrentals.com/Locations/New-York-5. Come see us at Wheel Fun Rentals’ Marine Park location on the corner of Avenue U and East 33rd Street in Brooklyn.