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Kayak & Stand Up Paddleboard Tours & Events

Ready to the hit the water but want a little guidance?  An adventure with the Olympic Outdoor Center might just be the ticket!  We offer one and two day guided paddles for folks of all ages and abilities.  Our goal is to provide folks with the opportunity to participate in a way they might not normally on their own, meet new like minded paddle people and of course have a good time.

Olympic Outdoor Center has been nurturing and encouraging paddlers since 1986. Let us help you take that next step and help you build your confidence on a guided paddle with top notch instruction and on water expertise.

Paddle Bainbridge Island: July 14-15, 2018

$395.00 USD
from $129.00 USD

Two-day, 26 mile fully supported paddle with views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges, the Seattle Skyline, Mount Rainier, Puget Sound islands and wildlife, this trip is one of our favorites! Read More 

Wildlife Tours: Saturday's

from $40.00 USD

This tour is great for all ages, all experience levels, locals and visitors! Start with a Kayaking lesson (or refresher) and then enjoy wildlife viewing on Poulsbo's protected, beautiful Liberty Bay. Read More 

Private Instruction or Tour: Anytime

from $120.00 USD

Private Instruction from Olympic Outdoor Center: Almost any paddling topic can be covered in a private lesson. Want to improve your paddle strokes? Practice capsize recovery? Learn the Eskimo Roll? Read More 

WOW: Women on Water Paddling Series

from $79.00 USD

Ready for an outdoor adventure with other fun women? Join the incomparable Spring Courtright for this incredibly fun and fulfilling springtime paddling series by and for women! You can come out for one or all three, no experience is needed. Read More 

Paddle. Bike. Play. Adventure Tour

$129.00 USD

Spend the day enjoying the outdoors on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula. Explore the hood canal first by kayak then hit the local trails on a mountain bike. Read More