2022 Algoma Paddlers Virtual AGM

  When: December 12, 2022 @ 7 pm Contact us through the email or message us on Facebook if interested in joining us. If you cannot make it, share your thoughts and ideas on how the Algoma Paddlers can help your paddling experiences. You can also find out what is happening in Ontario's paddling world through the ORCKA website ( not-for-profit organization responsible for promotion of safe, competent and knowledgeable recreational paddling. The Algoma Paddlers is a proud member of this organization.

Change To June 25th Paddle

Algoma Paddlers is supporting & joining in a fun Thessalon  Poker run via canoe/kayak on the Thessalon River starting at Peace Park at 10:30, Saturday June 25th with alternate rain day of Saturday, June 26th.  BBQ thereafter. $10.00/person. Note : This replaces the original trip scheduled on Mississaga Delta Contact trip leader Marc Bradford via email

June 25, 2022 Day Trip: Mississagi Delta 9:00 – 5:00

Meeting & starting location: Boom Camp Boat Launch Type of Boat: canoe or kayak  Trip Information: Paddle through Mississagi River Delta area.  Level of Difficulty: lake and moving river travel with possibility of wind and waves.   Trip Leader/Contact: Marc Bradford 

Upcoming Paddle - June 18, 2022 Mississagi River

  Mississagi River  Day Trip Meeting Location: Tim Horton’s Blind River 9:00 am  Start Location: Rapid River off Hwy 129  Type of Boat: canoe or kayak  Trip Information: travel down river to Lafoe Creek. Vehicle shuttle required; Covid considerations.  Level of Difficulty: moving water & rapids, some hazards (rocks, sweepers), possibility of scratching boat Contact/Leader Brenda Daub

Upcoming May events

Now available: Memberships & 2022 trip schedule at Barrel of Goodies, Blind River and 108 Lifestyle & Sporting Goods, Elliot Lake To register for trips or courses, please contact the trip leader or course organizer directly.  May 25 – 29, 2022 Voyageur Canoe Course The following course is being offered to provide paddlers with skills particular to paddling in traditional Canadian Voyageur Canoes. A detailed course description can be found on ORKCA website under ‘Program Overview’. Wanted: The Algoma Paddlers owns 2 Voyageur canoes and is seeking a Voyageur canoe director. The canoes have been used in numerous events such as community celebrations across the Algoma region, races (Little Current to Killarney), overnight canoe adventures, and much more over the last 15 years.     Wally Van Dyke May 29, 2022 Day Trip:   Little White River Meeting location:   Miner’s Monument at Horne Lake 9:30. S

Little White Paddle Sunday Oct.3

   Join us for a day paddle along the little white river Note the date change from Saturday to Sunday Oct 3, 2021 Type of Boat: canoe or kayak Level of Difficulty:  moving water, some shallow sections, possibility of scraping boat, possibility of sweepers and moving water hazards. Meeting Location: 9:30am at the Iron Bridge Esso or at the Blue Lake crossing for 10:30am Contact Brenda to sign up ----> Need Equipment? No problem contact Gary --->

Wakomata Lake Paddle Sunday September 26

Join us for a day paddle on Wakomata Lake from 10am-4pm Type of Boat: canoe or kayak Level of Difficulty: lake travel with possibility of wind and waves. Meeting Location: 9:30am at the Tunnel Lake Trading Post, will travel together to the Wakomata public access point off Hwy 129. Contact Ray to sign up ----> Need Equipment? No problem contact Gary --->