Tommy's Tonka Trolley

Trolley / Concessions: 952-470-3949
Paddleboards / Kayaks: 952-738-1972
  • Port of Excelsior
  • 379 Lake Street
  • Excelsior, MN 55331

Kids standup paddleboard

Hours of Operation

Closed for the season.
See you in 2021!

- Paddleboard Rentals -

Pelican Flow 116 11.5' - $20/hour
Pelican Vibe 80
Kid's Vibe 80 8' - $20/hour
Pelican Vibe 80

- Kayak Rentals -

Ventura 11.5' Single - $17/hour
Pelican Strike 100 Single
Apex 130T 13' Double - $24/hour
Pelican Apex 130T Double

- Canoe Rental -

Double Canoe - $24/hour
Double Canoe

Included Accessories:
Information:

Group rates for 5 or more in a group:
Half Day rate discount of 25%
Full Day rate discount of 40%
All watercraft must stay on Lake Minnetonka

All Rates Include Sales Tax.
Credit & Debit cards carry $.75 fee.

Reservations:

Online Reservations are highly recommended, but walk-ups always welcomed.

NOTE: A 24 hour notice policy applies for reservation cancellation. Less than 24 hour cancellation is a 50% penalty

Make a Reservation
Liability Waiver Agreement:

All rental guests are required to sign a Liability Waiver agreement.

Those under 18 years of age must have their parent or guardian sign the liability agreement.

Liability Waiver Agreement

Tonka United Patch
Giving back to our community...

The Trolley is a major sponsor for Tonka United Soccer. Along with our sponsorship we give out thousands of FREE Ice Cream cones to well deserved players.

Intercongregation Communities Assoc
Giving back to our community...

The Trolley prides itself on giving back to our local ICA Foodshelf, and helping our neighbors in need. Our biggest fundraiser of the year comes at the end of our season when we give out thousands of FREE Ice Cream Cones to our customers. In return, we ask customers to make donations to our ICA Foodshelf jar.

SouthTonka Little League
Giving back to our community...

The Trolley sponsors and endorses South Tonka Little League. Along with our sponsorship the Trolley gives out FREE Ice Cream Cones to all the STLL players during the course of their season.