Paddlesurf NJ (SUP Instruction / Classes)

Along the Mnasquan River (and beyond)

Paddlesurf NJ (SUP Instruction / Classes) At A Glance...

About Paddlesurf NJ (SUP Instruction / Classes)

Whether paddling on flat water such as a lake or river, or venturing out into the waves on the ocean, stand up paddling will work your entire body and mind. Our goal is to get you out in the water and up in a very short time, and most importantly have lots of fun.

Paddlesurf NJ are WPA, World Paddle Association Certified Instructors.
Our instructors will teach you the basics all the way to advanced paddling techniques. We are surfers at heart and have a deep respect for the ocean and the environment. Responsibility, safety, and proper water etiquette are at the core of our training.

Join us for an hour or two for an experience you won't forget. We can accommodate beginner and experienced paddlers from age 12 and up.

We are conveniently located along the Manasquan River in Point Pleasant, New Jersey.

Member World Paddle Asociation (WPA)
World Paddle Association Instructor Certification, Class I
CPR / First Aid Certified Adult and Pediatric
Rutgers Sports S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic Certification
VIRTUS Training Certification
Over 35 years of combined surfing / SUP experience (flat water & ocean)
Fully Insured

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  • Activities:
    • Paddling - Kayak, Canoe, row boat

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Directions Along the Mnasquan River (and beyond)

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