Northern Colorado's Canoe and Kayak Club
South Platt Multi-Club Paddle — March 19
Paddle the South Platte from Evans to Kersey or Kuner, a Class I day trip, with members from at least 7 boating clubs.
Meet at Riverside Park in Evans at 9AM.
For further information, see the announcement.
A detailed map about the run can be found here.
Poudre Paddlers Spring Potluck — April 8
Save the date - Friday, April 8th - on your calendar for the annual Poudre Paddler Spring Potluck. We will meet from 6:30pm until 9:30pm in the North room of the Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive, Fort Collins.
Here you meet and mingle with other paddlers over delicacies prepared by your fellow members. There will be some short presentations on trips the Poudre Paddlers will be hosting this year, so you can decide which ones you want to float.
More details will follow as we get closer to the event.
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City of Fort Collins Natural Area Permit
If you are paddling on a city natural area pond, take along the club Natural Areas permit.
Wyoming Requires PermitsThe state of Wyoming requires permits (invasive species decals) on all boats, including canoes and kayaks (inflatables 10' or less exempt), $15 for non-residents.
on all State Waters
Decals can be purchased online or wherever Wyoming fishing licenses are sold.
Dismal River Float, Friday, October 14, Dismal River near Mullen, Nebraska More »»
Serving Fort Collins-Loveland-Windsor and Beyond
We are the Poudre Paddlers, Northern Colorado's canoe and kayak club, based in the Fort Collins-Loveland-Windsor Front Range area, but serving boaters in Denver, Estes Park, all of Colorado and beyond. We canoe, kayak and otherwise float the Poudre River, the North Platte, the Colorado and a variety of lakes and reservoirs in Northern Colorado, as well as extended trips further afield. Check out our Event Calendar for paddling trips, flatwater and whitewater canoe training and safety classes, social events, and environmental and boating access issues. See Places for some of our favorite paddling destinations.
Join our club and meet other canoe and kayak enthusiasts. For a minimal membership fee ($10/household/year), you are plugged into the Northern Colorado paddling scene. You receive membership discounts at a number of retailers that sell quality boating gear. Come join us whether you like easy-going float trips or teeth-nashing whitewater!