Canoe Clubs in Kent
Ashford - Pirates Canoe Club
"Pirates Canoe Club is a warm and friendly club with a safe, relaxed atmosphere. we have around 80 members of all ages, sexes and backgrounds so whether you are a white water junkie or have never been in a kayak before there will be something for you."
Bexleyheath - Meridian Canoe Club
"Meridian is one of the largest clubs in London and the UK, and competes regularly in the Olympic disciplines of Canoe Slalom and Flat water racing and is also very active in Canoe Polo, Surfing, Open Boating, White Water and other recreational flat water river trips."
Bromley - Bromley Canoe Club
"Bromley Canoe Club have been paddling since the early 70's. It is an extremely well established club, affiliated to the British Canoe Union, currently having around 100 members. They meet every Monday night from 8.00pm till 10pm at West Wickham Swimming pool (except bank holidays) for training sessions."
Folkestone - Sea Point Canoe and Kayak Centre
"Seapoint Canoe Centre specialises in working with children, young people, adults and people with disabilities , as we introduce them to the world of canoeing."
Hythe and Saltwood Sailing Club (HSSC)
"Based off the south east cost, HSSC cover everything from first time paddlers to friendly regulars. Also have the chance to join in there events"
Maidstone - Maidstone Canoe Club
Tonbridge - Tonbridge Canoe Club
"Tonbridge Canoe Club was formed in 1977 to promote the various disciplines of canoeing from its base on the River Medway opposite Tonbridge Castle. The Club meets every Saturday morning throughout the year, and on various weekday evenings for race training and general Club sessions."
Tunbridge Wells - Bewl Canoe Club
"Bewl Canoe Club offers Kayaking/canoeing at the Southern Water reservoir on the borders of Kent and Sussex near Tunbridge Wells. The Club welcomes people of all ages and experience, the paddling environment is suited for all levels."