We have a large fleet of quality rental boards and equipment available for all types of groups and tours.  Last year, we worked with various schools, local companies, and other groups – Let us help create a SUP-themed event for your group. Click Here to Email Us. They can include:

  • Year-End School Functions
  • Staff Retreats
  • Tours on lakes and rivers
  • Guided trips
  • Skill Clinics
  • Birthday Parties

Here are a few examples/ideas:

School Year-End Wind-up Parties
Enjoy a sunny session of SUP at the beach.  We supply the equipment (and instructors if needed) and you supply the fun.  A great option for Elementary and High School wind-up parties.

Staff Retreat / Corporate Team Building
Enjoy an afternoon SUP trip from Kal Beach to Juniper and Jade Beach.  Includes a short lesson and then a leisurely paddle to any one of those beaches, a delicious lunch, and then back to Kal Beach.  We are mobile and can deliver equipment to most locations around the region including Kaloya Park, Kin Beach, Okanagan Lake and more. A great way to refresh your staff and build relationships while enjoying the sport and the great outdoors. All equipment is supplied along with experienced tour guides.

Shuswap River  SUP Tour
How about an afternoon trip to the Shuswap River near Enderby?  It’s a great chance to cruise down one of BC’s most scenic rivers and you’ll get a great view of the fish as you paddle your way.  You can enjoy slow moving current or for those who want more excitement, there’s faster sections and even some rapids for the more adventurous.  Great for groups of 8.  Can include shuttle to and from the shop. Can include food as required.

Get some Skills!
Get a group together and we’ll organize a specialized skill clinic for you and your friends.  You choose the level of skill and we’ll set you up with a qualified instructor(s) to make sure you get the most out of your experience.  Each clinic can include paddling techniques, balance tips, getting more glide, turning technique, racing skills and more.

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