Summer – Paddle Board Program
Paddle boarding is a wonderful activity for all ages and ability levels.
Some people paddle for a heart-racing workout and others use it for a relaxing day on the water. Either way, it is an activity that encourages physical fitness and adventure!
DREAM has both standard paddle boards as well as adaptive Onit Ability boards that include a customized locking chair and outriggers to provide more confidence.
We hope you’ll join us on the water!
Paddle Board in Glacier National Park:
Date: August 26th, 2017
Time: 9:30AM – 2:00PM
Join us for a fun day on beautiful Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park.
**Advanced paddle board experience required as we will be covering a longer distance and will be away from shore for over an hour.**
All equipment, lunch, and park entrance fee will be provided.
Space is limited, apply today!
2017 Summer Paddle Program:
Time: 10AM-Noon *A parent or guardian must be present at all times for participants under the age of 18.
Dates: (participation on all dates is not required)
Friday, June 23rd: Somers Bay Swim Area, Flathead Lake
Saturday, July 1st: Somers Bay Swim Area, Flathead Lake
Friday, July 21st: Somers Bay Swim Area, Flathead Lake
Saturday, July 29th: Whitefish City Beach, Whitefish Lake
Friday, August 4th: Whitefish City Beach, Whitefish Lake
Saturday, August 12th: Whitefish City Beach, Whitefish Lake
**An original signed insurance waiver is required to participate or volunteer. You can mail it to: DREAM Adaptive PO Box 4084, Whitefish, MT 59937 or bring it with you the day of the event.
Please bring all your personal belongings such as swim suit, towel, sunscreen, etc. DREAM will provide several different types of paddle boards as well as life jackets.
DREAM will host it’s Annual Meeting on October 16th at the Whitefish
Join DREAM for an evening presentation highlighting the incredible people who participate
Activities will include: Water skiing, sit water skiing, wake boarding, knee boarding,
DREAM Adaptive Recreation received funding from the US Department of Veterans Affairs
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