School/Community Group - Field Trips
A day of FUN on the water, creating awesome memories surrounded in a spectacular setting at Shumway Lake, located just 15 minutes from Kamloops. With our trained and professional staff, your class will learn and enjoy the many benefits of recreational canoe, kayak, dragon boat & paddle board, for $30/participant.With a customizable program to fulfill your class needs, KCKC provides all the necessary equipment to ensure a SAFE & FUN paddling experience. Available end of May till June 29th.
(This might be your first experience)
Canoe Kids Summer Camps
KCKC offers week long day camps for kids ages 7 to 14 to learn to paddle our various fleet of boats amongst the gorgeous beauty of Shumway Lake. Our counsellors lead hikes, cooperative games and kids get to experience a variety of paddle sports on the water.
(This might be your first or second experience)
Dragon Boat Paddling
For a group of friends or co-workers looking to build teamwork and friendship in an evening together on the the water. Using great teamwork and communication, your group will learn to propel the boat forward in the water as a group in a safe and fun group atmosphere. Dragon boat races are a great team building exercise and challenge. Maybe even challenge your competitors to a race?
Weyt-kp! KCKC has a variety of canoes and kayaks to customize programs for Indigenous sports teams interested in cross-training or families looking for a special event. Athletes interested in canoe/kayak for the North American Indigenous Games can train with KCKC too. We have had two Metis athletes go to NAIG and achieve success in 2017!
"Learn to Paddle" programs are offered at various times in the spring and summer. Like swimming lessons, there is a progression of programs in canoe/kayak. If you don't follow the progression there is always a space for you to learn and a boat that will suit your ability level at any age.
Sprint/Flatwater Competitive Team
Youth often transition from the Intro Sprint/Flatwater program OR spending time at one or two CanoeKids Summer Camps. The competitive team enjoys travel opportunities to regattas primarily in the lower mainland for youth ages 14 and under. As athletes approach 15 and older they dream big and set their sights on events such as Ted Houk in Seattle, National Team Trials and Canadian Nationals.
(Please see the Development categories on the Sprint/Flatwater page)
KCKC is a community of paddlers and there is something for everyone. Please ask us about opportunities to "Paddle With Us".