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St. Patrick's Day Paddle

Warrenpoint Beach, The Slipway Near The Harbour, Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 3LZ
Woman smiling on a great paddle board session - Carlingford Lough


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

St. Patrick's Day 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.

Paddy's Day Paddle & Pints (12:30 - 14:30)

The second session of the day follows a similar theme to the mornng session, however this one is for Adults Only! The same session on the water, only this time followed by a "session" off the water too! After your SUP session, we'll take you over to one of the local bars in town to hear some traditional music and of course have a few pints!*

*One pint / drink is included with the price, the rest is on you guys!​

Location: Warrenpoint, Slipway Near the Harbour, BT34 3LZ

Suitable For: Families (kids 8+) / Adults only for the afternoon session

Duration: 2 to 2.5 hours


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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£40.00 per ticket
Concession£30.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Belfast, travel south bound on the M1 towards Sprucefield, exiting onto the A1 southbound, following signs for Newry. After arriving in Newry, follow signs for the A2, Warrenpoint. In Warrenpoint, drive to the shore road and see us on the slipway near the harbour marinaFROM DUBLIN:Head North on the M1, following signs for Newry. After arriving in Newry, follow signs for the A2, Warrenpoint. In Warrenpoint, drive to the shore road and see us on the slipway near the harbour marina

Public Transport Directions

From Belfast, get either a train to Newry or the NO: 238 bus to Newry, both from Victoria station. Then get the 39 Bus to warrenpointFrom Dublin, get the X1 bus to newry, followed by the 39 bus to warrenpoint

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