When you join TRPC as a paddling member you are able to enjoy all that the club offers.
From our floating dock specific to paddling, to our washroom, shower, fridge and boat storage facilities (at additional cost) in the brand new boat house and for shelter on those less than ideal days.
Paddling events take place Monday, Wed. and Friday nights with other opportunities on weekends to get out with club members. Enjoy sunset paddles on the river, day long trips in the Quinte area, paddle and pub events that are very popular as well. Members also get together on their off time for paddles in their favourite spots.
Events include Try It Demo Days, Holiday Themed Paddles, Historic Route Paddles, BBQ’s for members only, Dragon Boat Festival, Stand Up Paddle board fitness and training nights and the opportunity to partake in multiday excursions.
Training through Paddle Canada approved instructors is also available at additional cost. TRPC also has a unique in house program to develop its own members who want to increase their own paddling skills through Paddle Canada courses.
Membership for the year is $125 for a single member, $225 for a couple. Family membership is $50 to $100 per additional person depending on age.
For more information please contact the Paddling Director.
All paddlers with TRPC must sign a Paddle Canada waiver to ensure they are covered by their insurance program.
The Sports Accident policy is structured to provide a core level of coverage and benefits with a principal sum of $50,000 per member.
This broad coverage will cover the member for loss of limbs, fracture, dislocation, tendon severance of limbs, loss of eye sight, speech, and many other miscellaneous conditions and even accidental bodily injury or death sustained by a member due to external violent, sudden, fortuitous causes beyond the member’s control.