Water tourism enthusiasts can now use the infrastructure built within the town. The jetties are floating and outfitted with canoe drying racks, which is convenient to canoeists. Furthermore, canopied bench tables and a bonfire area have been built within the Centre. Promotional and informational signs have been placed near the jetties. The entire section contained within the town's borders has been marked with signposts.
The jetties listed have been built as part of the project ‘Pomorskie Szlaki Kajakowe – Szlakiem Raduni’ [Pomeranian Canoeing Trails – the Radunia Trail], co-financed from the Regional Operational Programme of the Pomorskie [Pomeranian] Province for 2014–2020. As early as in spring of 2019, the Radunia trail will be outfitted with modern canoeing infrastructure. In total, 25 construction projects will be built, from the village Stężyca all the way to Pruszcz Gdański.
It's worth noting that the Radunia is a beautiful river which joins Szwajcaria Kaszubska with Gdańsk. The Radunia Trail is very diverse and divided into sections due to the power plants located there and to the lack of access to the ‘Jar Raduni’ [the Radunia Ravine] section. Due to the large number of portages, the trail is arduous, but distinguished by its high diversity.