It’s about meeting up in the great outdoors, camping, enjoying a paddle, enhancing your skills regardless of ability, encouraging new people to the various disciplines and meeting new friends all whilst having fun and raising money for charity!
WHO’S IT FOR?
All kayaker’s, canoeists, stand up paddle board enthusiasts, walker’s, hiker’s, campers, brothers, sisters, aunties, uncles, grandparent’s and even the dog as long as it’s well behaved. Encourage your friends, there’s plenty to do and there’s plenty of room!
WHAT’S ON OFFER?
For the paddlers there will be a variety of water activities and guided trips catering for all abilities and disciplines, a sit on kayak fishing competition, specialists in their field including our very own World Record holder Pete Bray from PB Adventures with his Atlantic Crossing kayak, a unique DIY kayak, canoe and SUP builder’s display and a variety of paddle sport commercial outlets plus an inaugural Paddle Fest T-Shirt. For the non paddlers, enjoy all that Mount Edgecumbe Country Park has to offer including 865 acres of Grade 1 listed landscape, Adventure Segway, beaches an amazing coastal path, boat and ferry trips to the historic Plymouth Barbican and lots, lots more! Within the festival we have our own dedicated camping field situated within the grounds of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park with on site toilets and hot showers. Our own bar, communal fire pit and entertainment via “Girl Friday” (a local folk duo) on Saturday evening.
For this inaugural event tickets will be limited to just 100 paddlers plus campers so to avoid disappointment and to take advantage of our early bird discounts book early!