WELCOME TO CLEVEDON CANOE CLUB
Based in Clevedon, North Somerset, we have interests in all forms of canoeing and kayaking: flat-water, white-water, surfing, rivers and open sea.
We also run training courses and regular public 'have-a-go' sessions.
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Clevedon Marine Lake is great space to come along and try out canoeing and kayaking. If you are new to kayaking or coming back to the sport, you can come along to any of our advertised Lake Sessions. There is a small charge of £3 per person to use our paddling equipment, which is reinvested into equipment maintenance and renewal. We have a wide range of boats available, from kids kayaks to Open Canoes. The sessions are run voluntarily by experienced Club members, who will be able to help you get started.
We run Club paddling sessions at Clevedon Marine Lake from mid-Spring through mid-Autumn, weather permitting. Sessions normally run on Sunday mornings from 9am until 12 noon, and fortnightly Wednesdays from 6.30pm.
We also run occasional sessions on Saturday mornings at Portishead Quay Marina.
Full details for Club Trips are published on the Trip Information page. Here you will find details of who to contact, timings and joining details. Our trips and events are led by experienced members and Club Coaches. Most trips are suitable for all levels of experience, but there are certain trips which require higher skill and experience. These will be clearly identified. See Trip Leaders and Club Coaches
Events are subject to the weather, tidal conditions or the availability of leaders. Always check the calendar as events may change at short notice.
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You can come and try us out up to three times before we ask you to join the Club. We operate a rolling annual membership scheme. Our membership fees consist of two parts – the basic Club membership fee and an affiliation charge if you are not a private member of British Canoeing.
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Hi - gonna come for a paddle/ to see the club soon I reckon! Meanwhile, does anyone have any good recommendations for sites (besides eBay) to buy second hand boats, namely a sit on top kayak, looking for something like a Tootega Kinetic or possibly a Pulse to get started with for coastal adventures in the area (used to Canadians). Cheers! ... See MoreSee Less