1400 N Federal Hwy
Central Fort Lauderdale
United StatesThe 954 Paddle Crew – What We’re About Simply, we’re a group of paddlers who love spending time on the water. Regardless if it’s a chill paddle or a race, we love paddling! Our goal, as lovers of paddling, is to bring paddling to the community, through races, group participation in others races, promotion, beginner paddles as well as being a location where people visiting South Florida can turn to get access to boards, including race boards, and people to show you around. All of this is offered to the community to grow the sport. The more people on the water, the better. So when in South Florida, regardless if you are a local or just visiting, turn to us for: Group Race Nights every Wednesday, Group training paddles from OC to SUP to Surfski, Group chill paddles from OC to SUP to Surfski, Access to race boards, A group of super fun people to paddle with! Reach out to us when you’re in the area and tag along!
6113 Seaview Ave NW
United StatesThe Ballard Elks Paddle Club (BEPC) sponsors a fundraising race every Monday evening on the Puget Sound during the summer. Races are timed and usually around 5 kilometers. Based out of the Ballard Elks Lodge 827, the races are open to all paddle craft and skill levels. There is ample parking on race days and barefoot launch access. Entry donations ($10) go to Elks charities. Find us and more details on social media @bepc827 . Join us!
7300 Edgewood Rd
United StatesCapital SUP is all about fun and getting people out on the water. Whether you paddle SUP’s, kayaks, OC’s, surfskis, or anything in between, we love the water. Our race training program is designed to make you a faster, stronger, and healthier paddler through professional coaching, consistent & efficient training, and a positive community. Our Race Training program runs Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 and Sunday mornings from 9:00 to 10:30 beginning in May and going through the end of September. Come see us and join us for a training session or just an all-around paddle when you come to Annapolis.
150 River St
United StatesWe are continuing the traditional Wednesday night social paddles! At around 6PM we will be meeting under the market street bridge between Coolidge and Renaissance Parks. There is a small craft launch ramp there so look for a bunch of paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes at the roundabout under the bridge. I’ll usually have my big silver van so look for that. We will do a lap or two around the island and then stop for some refreshments on the shore. Please bring your own drinks and snacks. This is an all ability levels paddle. No racing. Just for fun and camaraderie. All self propelled water craft welcome! Please bring all your necessary safety equipment or be prepared to borrow or rent some. Examples of this are PFD (life jacket), Whistle (or other signaling device), Leash (to tether you to your craft), and a 360 degree light if we are on the water after dusk. ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE ASKED TO SIGN A WAIVER once per season. So please see the Chattanooga Paddleboards representative BEFORE we get going. Boards can be rented for $40 in advance for those who want to bring friends! This includes board, paddle, life jacket, whistle, and light. See you on the water! Questions can be sent to [email protected] or (423) 702-1422
United StatesStand up paddle club in Clarksville, TN. Fun is the name of the game. Any persons interested in paddling, clinics, sup fishing, racing and youth paddling development are welcome. Contact [email protected] for details on meet ups and events.
90773 Old Hwy
United StatesUpper Keys daily training group – we meet at 8 am daily at PADDLE! the Florida Keys to paddle a 6-7 mile route. Different skills worked on daily. We don’t go out if we are out of town on a race but otherwise every day we have a group training paddle. We have a couple of race boards available to rent if you’re needing. The water is flat and clear so we see lots of wildlife but no surfing. There are also occasional group paddle outs in different locations. Join our facebook group if you want to keep up with those.
1207 N Lake Dr
United StatesLocal paddle ohana on beautiful Lake Murray in the Midlands of South Carolina, and sometimes we visit other area lakes. We are dedicated to the sport of paddling, connecting area paddlers by offering social, educational and recreational opportunities to promote the sport. Join us on one of our bi-weekly Paddle ‘n Pint events throughout the summer months — schedule is on Facebook and Instagram. (We have a local board company, California Republic, where you can rent a board if you need.) Again, the Lake Murray Paddle Club can be found on Facebook and Instagram. We are hosting the 8th annual Lake Murray Paddle Classic, part of the Southern Stoke Series, on Sept. 21, 2019.
United StatesOur purpose is to make stand up paddleboard racing accessible and interesting to athletes of all levels. To build, foster, and support a community that values camaraderie, sportsmanship, and all-inclusiveness while assisting race organizers in promoting events and participation. Community First. Competition Second. Midwest region includes Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa. 2019 Calendar includes 17 events throughout the area. Top 5 awards in 6 different categories!
Whiskey Island Drive
United States2019 Nalu Recreational Standup Paddle League Looking for a new, fun and social recreational summer activity? Nalu Standup Paddle & Surf is now organizing teams for Monday night Standup Paddle (SUP) League. Co-ed teams of four will paddle weekly in friendly competitions involving different short-courses and racing scenarios. Why? Standup paddle boarding is the fastest growing sport in the world. It is a great, full body workout and anyone can do it. With the abundance of beautiful outdoor spaces and waterways in Northeast Ohio, Nalu Standup Paddle League is the perfect way to get connected in a new sport, be part of a growing community, learn new skills, participate in an exciting team sport, enjoy the outdoors, and reap the benefits of a healthy, active lifestyle. Who can participate? Whether you have paddled once or a thousand times, this league is open to everyone 18 and over, with a positive, sportsman-like attitude and a desire to have a good time on a standup paddleboard. The ability to swim is helpful as well. What gear do I need? No equipment required! All participants will be competing on the same Nalu issued paddleboards. Nalu will also be providing paddle, leash, and pfd’s (although you may bring your own paddle/ safety gear, if you have it). Where? Whiskey Island When? All League events will be held Monday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Participants will have the option to choose from two, 4-week sessions: The first session will run from June 24 – July 15, with July 22 as a make-up day. The second session will run from July 29 – August 19, with August 26 will be a make up day. August 26th will also be the end of season party for both paddle league sessions. Team info? Nalu Standup Paddle League is co-ed, with any combination of male and/or female participants. Teams will require four paddlers each week in order to participate. Form your own team or we’ll pair you up. Team Ideas: · Groups of co-workers (get your company to sponsor your registration fee!) · Family teams · Restaurant/ bar regulars (your favorite establishment might event sponsor your team) · Groups of friends · Running/ kayaking/ cycling/ hiking/ climbing groups
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