Is it the sense of challenge and discovery; the beauty of the land, water, and wildlife around your boat; the energy and renewal after a great paddle; or the bond between paddlers? For paddlers with disabilities, it is all of those reasons plus it is freedom.  Adapted paddling opens the door to paddling to all, including people who have disabilities.

What is Adapted Paddling?

It is simply paddling canoes and kayaks using the standard equipment which is adapted as needed to compensate for any function the paddler has lost due to disability. While an adaptation may be made to the paddle grip or the seating support within the craft, the sport of paddling is not changed or adapted. Adapted Paddling programs are committed to providing full integration of paddlers who have disabilities and to provide all paddlers with the equipment, teaching style, and paddling locations that best meet the paddler needs.

Items you need to bring:

– Change of clothes
– Sunscreen
– towel and warm clothing
– 2 Water Bottles
– Hat and sunglasses + safety strap

Optional Items: 
– Light synthetic undergarment (polypropylene, bengaline, capilene) top & bottom – Wetsuit
– Dry top – Paddling Pants
– Booties/Wet shoes
– Camera/Film

Move Along will provide: 
– Watercraft
– Paddles
– Life Jacket and Whistle
– Buoyancy aid

Please check back in the spring for more information on our 2021 season!

For Questions Contact:
Eddie Zaremba


Email: hello@movealonginc.org