Stand Up Paddleboarding

Ages   10+
Adult required
1 hr Session
Lake

Fun, easy to pick up, and a great way to get out on the water and enjoy yourself

Stand Up Paddle boarding has seen its popularity soar over the last few years, and it’s easy to understand why. We love it because it's perfect for groups, couples, or individuals.

Our sessions are tailored to your experience so whether you're an experienced paddler, or trying for the first time, we'll make sure it's fun-filled for everyone!

The Bluestone lake is the perfect place to get out on the water, and we never have more than one water session running at the same time, so you’ll have plenty of room to try out your skills! Your instructors will be close at hand to give you tips and help you master your technique.

The essentials

Location/Time

Meet at Ranger HQ 10 minutes before your session is due to begin where you will meet your instructor and complete safety and health checks. Please bring proof of booking.

Safety equipment and clothing

A buoyancy aid and helmet will be provided for the activity. You must wear this for the entire session, on and off land, until your instructor indicates otherwise.

Please note that wet or dry suits will not be provided for this activity, so please bring your own or wear suitable clothing (you may get wet!) 

Hair and Accessories

If you have long hair please tie it back.  Also empty your pockets of valuables. Any rings will need to be removed/taped.

Our Supervision Policy

All children need to be dropped off at activity by their parent or guardian and our health and safety disclaimer needs to be completed on arrival.  If you not participating in activity, adults can watch from the side of the lake.

Enhanced Health and Safety Measures

The COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving, and our approach will be as flexible as possible to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff. Health and safety measures will be explained at the beginning of your session. Please bring a mask with you, in case they are required during part of the activity.

Accessibility

Mobility
Anyone taking part, must be able to get onto craft and out of water unaided.