With a 350 mile long coastline and plenty of inland waters to explore why not take to the water and start canoeing in Kent? Enjoy the beautiful scenic kayak and canoe trails which are the perfect chance to jump in a canoe and try your hand at one of these paddlesports.
Medway Canoe Trail
If you’re looking for a longer route to really get stuck into, then how about following the River Medway. From historic Tonbridge to Allington Lock, with plenty of heritage and nature along the way. Follow the 18 miles trail which you can canoe in a couple of days or stretch it out into a more relaxed trip. With plenty of campsites and launch points along the way.
Kent’s Canoe Clubs
If a bit of company is all you need to persuade you out onto Kent’s waters, look no further than Kent’s canoe clubs:
- Bewl Water Outdoor Centre, Lamberhurst, Kent
- Maidstone Canoe Club, Maidstone, Kent
- Seapoint Canoe Centre, Seabrook, Kent
- Pirates Canoe Club, Maidstone, Kent
- Tonbridge Canoe Club, Tonbridge, Kent
- White Water Action, Medway
If you’ve never set foot in a kayak or a canoe, you’ll find plenty of kayak and canoe courses across Kent to get you started.