Canoe Clubs in Dorset, Hampshire and the South Coast
We are lucky to have many active, enthusiastic and well equipped clubs in the local area which make it easy to get into canoeing and kayaking and to make new friends. Please use the map below to find your nearest clubs and see below for more information.
PHCC and its members are dedicated to promoting canoeing for fun, fitness, and friendship. We've been sharing a common interest in all aspects of paddle sport now for over 50 years.
Ducks is a recently formed canoe club based at Longham lakes in Bournemouth , whose focus is mainly inland and competition kayaking and who cater for younger paddlers aswell as experienced and developing paddlers.
Ringwood Canoe Club was formed in 1987 with the primary aim of introducing people to the fun of canoeing. They are primarily a recreational paddling club and club nights are based at mudeford quay in Christchurch.
We are a friendly canoe club based in Portsmouth and around the Solent, but with members from all over the South Coast and beyond. We welcome anyone interested in kayaking; from novices to experienced paddlers.
The Isle of Portland Canoe club is a lively active friendly club for paddlers over 18 years of age. We are based in the fantastic location on the Jurassic coast of West Dorset.
Sutton Bingham and District Canoe Club aims to promote the sport and recreation of canoeing in a safe and enjoyable way, to provide opportunities for those wishing to try the sport for the first time and encourage those already partaking in the sport, to achieve their full potential.
Bournemouth Canoes (Poole) - Part of The Canoe Shops Group - The Leading Supplier of Canoes & Kayaks
Unit 4, Stepnell Reach, 541 Blandford Road, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, BH16 5BW