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St. Patrick's Day Family Paddle

County Down, Newry, Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 3FQ
Kids paddle boarding

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Begin the St. Patrick's Day celebrations in style by joining us on the water for a paddle board event on the beautiful shoreline of Warrenpoint, Carlingford Lough

TWO DIFFERENT SESSIONS, SAME DAY

St. Patricks Family Paddle (09:30 - 11:30) - Start the day's festvities off with a splash, meeting up with other families and heading off for a fun filled journey along the shore. Our fun instructors will play loads of games with the kids (and big kids too!) and parents can either join in or take it easy, chilling out on the water while we entertain the young ones.

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Accessibility

  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

Establishment Features

  • Accommodation nearby

Event Facilities

  • Booking Required

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Ticket£35.00 per ticket

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