Easter Camp 2020
Canoeing Ireland Training Centre runs Kayaking Camps over the Easter holidays . These camps are aimed at juniors and will run over the two week school break .
- The aim of the camps is to promote the sport of kayaking by introducing young people to it in a safe and fun environment.
- To progress those who enjoy the sport already.
- To have fun, learn a new sport, gain the basic skills (Assessment for Level 1 or 2 skills award can be included ).
- Promote team building and awareness between young people.
- To make new friends.
Junior Camp (10-13 yrs. age) Mornings 10: 00 – 13:00
Senior Camp (12 – 16 yrs. age) 10:00 – 15:00
|1||6th||10th||April||Junior Camp||10.00 – 13.00|
|1||6th||10th||April||Senior Camp||10.00 – 15.00|
|2||2nd||14th||April||Junior Camp||10.00 – 13.00|
|2||2nd||14th||April||Senior Camp||10.00 -15.00|
There will be a small break during each session (children are advised to bring a snack).
Junior weekly camp: €125
Senior weekly camp: €150
What to bring
We supply all the kayaking gear. What you need to bring is appropriate clothing for under the wetsuit, Shorts/Swimming gear, warm fleece/hoodie or thermal that can get wet and also old runners and a towel.
Don’t bring any of your good stuff! It’s a busy half day so you’ll need a snack , plenty to drink to keep yourself hydrated throughout.
Children must be signed in and out of the camp everyday by a parent or guardian. Children are nort allowed to “come and go” by themselves.
Please note that places on the camps are limited and will be awarded on a first come first served basis, hence early booking is advised.
Adventure Kayak Camp 2020
Canoeing Ireland is proud to announce the launch of its Summer Adventure Kayak Camps 2020 . The camps are aimed at young people between the ages of 10 and 16 and will run during July and August
The main aims of the camps are:
- to introduce young people to a range of paddle sports in a safe and fun environment.
- To have fun, learn a variety of paddle sports and gain basic skill levels
- To promote team building and water safety awareness among young people.
- To make new frien
Assessment for Canoeing Ireland Skils Award certificates in Kayaking and Sit on Tops (SoT) are available
During the week participants will be introduced to a mix of paddle sports including Kayaking, Canoeing and Sit-on-Tops. Workshops in competitive disciplines such as Slalom, Polo and Wildwater can be included . Students will get to experience short river trips and learn about paddle fitness. The camps will also cover water safety knowledge and skills.
10 – 12 yrs.
12- 16 yrs.
12 – 16 yrs.
|1||June||29th – 3rd||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10 – 15.00|
|2||July||6th– 10th||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
|3||July||13th – 17th||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
|4||July||20th – 24th||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
|5||July||27th– 31st||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
|6||Aug||4th – 7th||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
|7||Aug||10th – 14th||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
|8||Aug||17th – 21st||10.00 – 13.00||10.00 – 15.00||10.00 – 15.00|
- Junior Camp (Full Day) 10:00 – 13:00 for 10 to 12yrs
- Senior Camp (Full Day)10:00 – 15:00 for 13 – 16yrs.
Free supervision is available from 9:30 and until 15:30 with the Instructors on site. Children are advised to bring a packed lunch.
Junior Camp : €125 pp
Junior Camp : €150 pp
Camps operate from our Training Centre on the Strawberry beds, Lucan. Link
What to bring
We supply all the kayaking gear. What you need to bring is suitable clothing for under the wetsuit, Shorts/Swimming gear, warm fleece/hoodie or thermal that can get wet and also old runners and a towel. If you have your own wet gear you are welcome to bring that.
Don’t bring any of your good stuff! It’s a busy half/full day so you’ll need a packed lunch with lots of snacks, plenty to drink to keep yourself hydrated throughout.
All young people must be signed in and out of the camp every day by a parent or guardian.