About

Based near Glasgow the club caters for canoeing and kayaking and has a range of sea kayaks, river / play boats, pool boats and canoes suitable for adults and children.

Membership is open to anyone with an interest in canoeing and kayaking, annual membership runs from 1st October to 30th September each year and joining is really easy. Just download and fill out the application form and then contact the club secretary

We meet most Tuesdays throughout the year. The club is an affiliated member of the Scottish Canoe Association.

Members are encouraged to take part in the British Canoe Union – Star Awards to develop their skills, the clubs coaches are qualified to the appropriate UKCC/BCU coaching levels.

During the summer months you can find us in the wonderful setting of Loch Lomond, We meet at the outdoor boats storage container at 18:30, this is located next to the Clydebank Sea Cadets, (click for a map) and we try and get on the water for about 19:30. If you have all your own equipment you can go directly to Drumkinnon Bay just North of Balloch, this afford s us the use of the showers and changing areas in the National Park ranger centre. (Click for a map.)

During the winter months we enjoy the warmth and comfort of the 25M pool at the Playdrome Leisure Centre in Clydebank. Junior and novice sessions run from 8pm until 9pm and adult sessions from 9pm until 10pm. There are always a number of coaches to help as well as plenty of opportunities for trainee coaches to practice their coaching skills. The club caters for all abilities.The pool provides a ssafe environment to practice rescues, learn to kayak roll, support strokes or whatever takes your fancy.