Canoe / Kayak Take to the rivers and lakes! Canoeing and kayaking are accessible sports for paddlers with disabilities too. Seating is the first priority to ensure paddlers are positioned correctly and safely before hitting the water of course.

From wheelchair users with quadriplegia to amputee paddlers, there are many adaptive options to accommodate different disabilities in the canoe or kayak, and the paddles too. Para-canoeing made its Paralympic debut at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games but it's a sport the whole family can enjoy together. For more information visit Abilities in Motion and Canoe Kayak Canada.

Abilities in Motion

283 Queen's Quay West, Toronto M5V 1A2

Balmy Beach Canoe Club

10 Ashbridges Bay Park Rd., Toronto M4L 3W6

Cobourg Dragon Boat & Canoe Club

739 D'Arcy St. Unit 4, Cobourg, ON K9A 4K5

Cobourg Dragon boat and Canoe Club

739 D'Arcy St. Unit , Cobourg, K9A 4K5,

Mississauga Canoe Club

31 Front Street North, Mississauga, ON L5H 2E1

Ottawa River Canoe Club

1610 Sixth Line Road Ottawa, ON K0A 1T0

Petrie Island Canoe Club

777 Trim Rd, Orléans, ON K4A 3P4

Pickering Rouge Canoe Club- PaddleALL

Frenchman's Bay and Rouge Beach Park, Pickering L1W 1R1

South Niagara Canoe Club

16 Townline Tunnel Road Welland L3C 2T4