CARLETON PLACE CANOE CLUB

Carleton Place Canoe Club

Located on the shores of the Mississippi River in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, the CPCC sits approximately 30 minutes from downtown Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). The club has been in existence since 1893 and has provided the youth and general public of the area a great source of recreation and/or competitive racing for over a century.


The operations of the club centre around the sport of Flatwater Sprint Canoe and Kayak Racing, yet the club and the facility that it is housed in offers a wide range of sporting and recreational activities. Programs operated by the club itself include racing and recreational canoe/kayak instruction, as well as adult programs which include Dragon Boat racing. In addition, the facility is home to such activities as Tai Kwon Do instruction, ballroom dancing, seniors' fitness programs and yoga classes.

Registration Opens Soon!

In order to hold your spot, all registrations must be completed online (cash, cheque or email transfers accepted.)


Register by March 31, 2016 To Get the Early Bird Rate!

If you register by March 31, 2016 you will receive an early bird rate. Click here to access our programs and register now! 


A Callout for Board Members

The Carleton Place Canoe Club is looking for enthusiastic, water- loving, goal driven individuals to join our Board of Directors for its 2016/2017 seasons. Positions available are: Director of Finance; Director(s) of Events; and Director of Adminstration. If you have an interest and want to help out your local community's canoe club and it's athletes, please email: vicecommodore@cpcanoeclub.com

Located on the shores of the Mississippi River in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, the CPCC sits approximately 30 minutes from downtown Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). The club has been in existence since 1893 and has provided the youth and general public of the area a great source of recreation and/or competitive racing for over a century.


The operations of the club centre around the sport of Flatwater Sprint Canoe and Kayak Racing, yet the club and the facility that it is housed in offers a wide range of sporting and recreational activities. Programs operated by the club itself include racing and recreational canoe/kayak instruction, as well as adult programs which include Dragon Boat racing. In addition, the facility is home to such activities as Tai Kwon Do instruction, ballroom dancing, seniors' fitness programs and yoga classes.

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