Canoeing and kayaking
Adur Canoe Club
Canoeing in SussexAdur Canoe Club has a really informative website which we heartily recommend.
Adur Canoe Club certainly seems very friendly and the emphasis is on enjoyment and recreation first and foremost. Meetings take place most Sundays at the Adur Outdoor Activities Centre.
In the summer the club also has outings on Tuesday evenings. Trips away are also part of the fare on offer.
New paddlers are welcome and the club has a day member ship scheme to give newbies a chance to get involved.
Arun Canoe ClubAs well as the delights of canoeing on the River Arun and a waterside pint at the Black Rabbit, the club organises canoeing and kayaking all along the Arun.
The club also make use of the Pool at Lancing College, provide training and organise plenty of social events.
Martlet Kayak ClubMartlet Kayak Club has premises on Brighton seafront and paddle just across the beach in the English Channel.
Chichester Canoe ClubChichester Canoe Club paddle on the Chichester Ship Canal, meeting at the Canal Basin on Friday afternoons and evenings.
South East Sea KayakersThis sounds great.
No rules, no membership fees, no committees, no training and "a minimum of bureaucracy".
South East Sea Kayakers describe themselves as a "group of friends who kayak together". Activities seem to be centred round Shoreham. If anyone from the club would like to contact us to clarify this then we'd be glad to hear from you.
Southwater SportsCanoe centre located in 55 acres of countryside near Horsham with a 6 acre lake, specialist shop and changing facilities. Facilities also used by windsurfers.
Sussex Canoe ClubA white water kayaking club who cater for all levels of canoeist from complete beginners to experts.
There is a strong emphasis on safety and poll based training. Beginners can be provided with equipment and a graduated program of trips of controlled but increasing difficulty.
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