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Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP)


Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) is one of the fastest growing water sports in the world. A combination of paddling and surfing, SUP is easy to learn and offers a fun body full workout. No experience is necessary for this popular cross-training activity.

Sign up for one session, or both!

Come check out this great aquatic activity with other QSSC members!

Sprummer 2019 Details: 

Start / End Dates

Session 1 - Introduction: Classes begin on Thursday, July 4 and end on Thursday, July 25.


Session 2 - Tour Series: Classes begin on Thursday, August 8 and end on Thursday, August 29.

# of Weeks

4 Week Program

Session Time

6:00pm-7:00pm (1 hour). 

Bye Week There are no bye dates.
Class Info

This SUP course includes all equipment and certified instructor. Classes are an hour in length with a 1:7 ratio. Ongoing instruction will build on each session for a smooth skill progression and each class will have tour and free time to practice.


Session 1:  Introduction to SUP

The introductory session will provide a knowledge of, basic SUP equipment, getting on and off your board, how to balance & basic strokes.  Each class will review the basics while adding paddling techniques and extended amount of SUP touring.  If you would like to try SUP yoga, the instructor will also guide you through the steps.

Locations: Little Lake (class 1 & 2), Roblin Lake (class 3 & 4). 

Session 2: Tour Series 

This SUP tour based program will take participants to a variety of beautiful locations around the Bay of Quinte Region.  It is recommended that participants have tried SUP before or have some experience paddling (of any sort) and be comfortable on the water as this is more of an intermediate program.  A short review on safety and basic SUP skills will be covered on the first day.

Locations: Little Lake, Roblin Lake, Wellington Bay and North Beach

Cost (plus HST) Individual Registration is $120 +HST


Registration for this sport is closed for this season. Check back soon!

Sport Info



# of People per Class

Minimum 5 and Maximum 7 people per class.


This program is run in partnership with Go Active Ontario.  They provide adventure coaching, activity programs and wellness products for individuals and families of all ages. They offer stand up paddle boarding lessons and tours, snowshoe adventure programs, customized coaching and retreats, and whole-made, healthy snack products. They are a quality leader in the industry committed to exceeding customer expectations.

Visit for more information.

Required Equipment

The following is provided for each participant:

  • Board
  • Paddle
  • PFD (life jacket).
Participants should wear athletic gear that can get wet and bring sunscreen and a water bottle.


Participants must wear a PFD (provided) and sign a separate waiver form with Go Active.


Session 1 Locations:  Introduction to SUP

  • Little Lake, Brighton (class 1 & 2),
  • Roblin Lake, Ameliasburg (class 3 & 4).

Session 2 Locations: Tour Series 

  • Little Lake, Brighton
  • Roblin Lake, Ameliasburg
  • Wellington Bay
  • North Beach