Beaver Canoe Club
The Beaver Canoe Club is based in Vancouver and Burnaby, BC. We run lakewater and whitewater canoe trips around Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey and Southwest BC, hold canoe skills training clinics and offer education & entertainment for paddlers of all levels.
The Blackwater Paddlers, known officially as the Dene Voyageur Heritage Society, promote paddling in all of its forms in our community and area around Quesnel, Hallis Lake, Bowron Lakes. The club is a community organization through which paddling trips, canoeing lessons and social events are co-ordinated. Informal evening paddles, along with weekend events, are scheduled throughout the summer. A Sunday paddle in late September in observance of BC Rivers Day is normally the final event of the season.
Dogwood Canoe Club
The Dogwood Canoe Club is one of the oldest clubs in British Collumbia. They are located in the Burnaby region of the Lower Mainland. They specialize in Lake Water, Canoe Sailing and wilderness trips.
Fort Langley Canoe Club
Fort Langley Canoe Club is a non-profit group of people who enjoy paddling competitively and recreationally in four main classes of boats - Canoe & Kayak, Dragon Boat, Voyageur and Outrigger canoe. We paddle on the Bedford Channel, with our home being at the Paddlesport dock, just downstream from the Jacob Haldi bridge in Fort Langley.
Kelowna Canoe and Kayak Club
The Kelowna Canoe and Kayak Club (KCKC) is located in the sunny Okanagan Valley area of south central British Columbia. We are dedicated to all aspects of Sea/Lake Kayaking and Canoeing, bringing canoeists and kayakers together to share information, to develop and improve paddling skills, and to offer safe recreational trips.
Nakusp Paddling Club
Nakusp Paddling Club is a non-profit society. We own a 10- person Clipper canoe and a 2-person canoe. Regular outings are scheduled during the summer months, and occasionally the club organizes longer trips and training events.
Port Moody Canoe and Kayak Club
We are a fun group of people who enjoy paddling in the local waters for recreation. Our club is open to members of all ages, and is a non competitive club, with the primary goal of creating a safe and social environment for people to get out on the water and enjoy our natural surroundings. The club is based from the Old Mill Boathouse in Rocky Point Park, in beautiful Port Moody, BC, Canada. We paddle all around the area, including Indian Arm, Buntzen lake, Alouette river, Widgeon creek. We are planing lots of fun events throughout the summer and beyond.
Quesnel Canoe Club
PADDLE STRONG * LIVE LONG
Located in beautiful Quesnel, BC, we currently have 2 dragonboats.
Thompson River Interior Paddle Sports Club
Thompson River Interior Paddle Sports Club is based in Kamloops. Their mandate is:
- To co-ordinate, promote and encourage all types of recreational & competitive canoeing & kayaking in a club atmosphere.
- Provides an opportunity for canoeing and kayaking enthusiasts to share, learn and practice the necessary skills to be a competent paddler all in a social setting.
- To develop safe practices and activities for canoe & kayak enthusiasts
- To involve the club in appropriate conservation and environmental issues in the area.
Victoria Canoe and Kayak Club
The club is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the promotion of safe and skillful paddling on Vancouver Island and in the surrounding waters. The club has a diverse paddling community and with six paddling programs gives members a wide range of paddling opportunities. It boasts one of the finest club houses in British Columbia which is located on the Gorge Waterway.