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Paddlesports Hire In Shropshire At Alderford Lake

Paddlesports Hire

Paddlesports hire available for paddleboards, kayaks, canoes and Mega SUP’s. We offer all the equipment to have a great time with friends and family on the lake.

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Hire A Paddleboard
Hire A Paddleboard

Situated amidst the serene beauty of nature, Alderford offers the perfect setting for paddleboarding enthusiasts of all levels. Whether you’re seeking a relaxing solo excursion or an exciting group adventure, our top-of-the-line paddleboards are designed to elevate your experience on the water.

Probably our wettest craft, and it is likely that you will fall in at some point!

Your hire includes a paddleboard, paddle & buoyancy aid for 50 minutes. You will also need to listen to a short safety briefing before your session begins.

From £15pp

We also have Mega SUPs available to hire which are giant paddleboards and can hold up to 8 people at one time. Mega SUPs are great for families or groups of friends wanting to enjoy water activities on the lake.

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Hire A Kayak

Kayaks are easy to use and surprisingly stable. They are great fun for taking the kids out on the lake or paddling with friends. Hire of single and double kayaks are available.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced water enthusiast, our kayaks are a great way to take to the water and enjoy all the beautiful scenery Alderford has to offer.

Your 50 minute hire includes kayak, paddle and buoyancy aid.

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Hire A Canoe
Hire A Canoe

With a Canadian canoe you move smoothly and relaxed along the lake. This spacious canoe has plenty of room for passengers. It is ideal for family or friends.

It is the most suitable craft for a young family, as it is one of our most stable and driest crafts.

Our 50 minute hire includes craft, paddle and buoyancy aid for three participants.

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