Where to Paddle Board on the South West Coast - England

Duck Pond - Exmouth, Devon 

Duck Pond is within the River Exe estuary; hidden away with flat and shallow waters, making it the perfect spot for an afternoon of paddle boarding. The area is also very sheltered and scenic, which is great for when you're having a picnic in between your paddle board sessions. If you're new to paddle boarding, this spot will be ideal to learn how to balance and just getting used to using your board. The flat waters at high tide will offer a perfect platform to practice one. 


River Gannel - Newquay, Cornwall 

The River Gannel provides an excellent picturesque scene, surrounded with vibrant blue and green colours for miles. The river is long and winding, flowing towards the North Coast. Along the river you'll be able to catch amazing views, not only of the scene but also of the wildlife. If you want to spend a whole day exploring the beautiful land of Cornwall on your paddle board, this is the place to go! 


Firestone Bay, Plymouth, Devon 

Firestone Bay is at the heart of Plymouth, surrounded with flat and calm waters to enjoy your paddle boarding. This is a great location to go with family and friends, whether you're a beginner or pro at paddle boarding. The main route includes a short coastal journey, whilst viewing the stunning views of Firestone Bay. 


Port Gaverne, Cornwall 

Port Gaverne is a small hamlet on the north coast of Cornwall. The scenes here make you feel like you're aboard with the cliffs, caves and blue water. You can paddle board along the stretch of the coastline taking in the breath taking views. This location is great to go to as a group activity, along with improving your paddle boarding skills in the Cornish sea.