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Try stand up paddle boarding this summer.

Stand up paddle boards (SUP) are a great way to have fun enjoying the water. They can be used on a lake or a marina / beach area.  We recently visited the Pirate Paddle Company located in Newport Beach, California. As part of a media event, our kids experienced some group paddle boarding. Safety was key for all the participants and before kids could ride they were instructed on how to be safe in the water.  On this adventure, the team brought out their 20 person party paddle board so all of the kids could be part of the fun as a group.  It was fun and exciting.

Where they are located: Paddle boarding is a sport that is great for almost anyone who enjoys nature and exercise. The sport requires you use your stomach muscle as you balance and paddle your way through the gentle waters of Back Bay in Newport Beach. Pirate Paddle Company is located in Back Bay of Newport Beach, that is where your adventure will start.  Address: 1131 Back Bay Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660

Summer is coming and there are lots of opportunities to get into paddle boarding. Pirate Paddle Company offers summer camps, private classes and night paddle events. Yes, you can take your dog with you. 

On behalf of Pirate Paddle Board, Field Trip Mom readers can get an exclusive discount.  Sign up for your adventure today for their Kids Camp and receive 10% off your total.  Use promo code 10OFFCAMP.  

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