Discover many historic and restored buildings, as-well-as other unique areas downtown that have contributed to our City’s growth and development.
Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
Meeting Location: Piney Bluff Access Area off Highway 65 in Belews Creek
- Local daily municipal launch fee of $4 payable to City at the trailer on site prior to class
- Sunglasses & strap
- Footwear to get you to our launch area
- Bottled water
- Towel (just in case)
- Waterproof camera
- Snack for afterward
Take an intro SUP lesson on Belews Lake
Ever consider “Dancing on Water”? Stand-Up Paddleboarding (aka “SUP”) ……introduced to you locally on Belews Lake in 2013 by the helpful PaddleFit coaching of Triad ECO Adventures. Reach out to co-workers, family, neighbors, friends, and fellow church members to learn with you on this fun SUP introductory endeavor! Private SUP lesson and group packages also readily available: pick a day, pick your level of instruction, pick a lake, pick a time…. & call on TEA (Triad ECO Aventures) often!
Join us soon for this 1.75 hour incredibly fun introductory-SUP lesson & paddle-tour upon nearby Belews Lake in Forsyth County (just adjacent to Guilford County line). This basic session provides methodical coaching for you to learn (or polish) a new skill(s), while also enjoying some Triad lake life. Even if you have “some” SUP experience, you will likely learn new SUP insights throughout this basic PaddleFit SUP class. If you listen to your instructor you won’t get wet (unless you want to). All modern equipment is included. Return to our website and view our Into-to-SUP video or call our local office (336/722-7777) if any questions might remain.
Gratuities also are not included, but always greatly appreciated by our SUP coach if you liked the lesson.
- Meeting Location
Belews Lake: Please meet at the Piney Bluff Access Area. The best GPS address to use is 8651 Belews Creek Rd, Belews Creek, NC 27009.
- Important Information
Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in and sign your waiver. We can’t wait for late arrivals. Wear comfortable clothing you don’t mind getting wet (recommend a bathing suit underneath, as we will be in and upon the water). You should also bring a towel and a change of clothes, just in case. But keep in mind there likely is not a place to change, so it’s best to come dressed in what you plan to wear.