Usually 2 hours


Usually 2 hours

March - September


March - September

Over 10 Years paddlin'

In Operation

Over 10 Years paddlin'


Know Before
You Go

  • Do I need to know how to swim?

    Do I need to know how to swim?

    You don’t need to know how to swim. If you are going on the water you will be wearing a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) which will keep you afloat if you fall in. The Boyne is waist-high in most places so you can just stand up when you go in.

  • Do I need to know how to kayak?

    Do I need to know how to kayak?

    Our sit-on-top kayaks are designed for beginners so you don’t need to have kayaked before. We will run through the basics with you before you get on the water.

  • Is it safe?

    Is it safe?

    Playing in the outdoors does carry some risk. That is why all our guides are certified Canoeing Ireland instructors.

  • How long do activities last?

    How long do activities last?

    All activities last from 1.5 hour to 3 hours. Guided Kayaking lasts 2 hours.

  • Are there changing rooms?

    Are there changing rooms?

    Yes, there are permanent changing rooms and toilets available at our riverside base.

  • Is there food available?

    Is there food available?

    We have a fully covered outdoor coffee shop with benches overlooking Swifts Wave where you can watch the activities. You can buy tea, coffee, ice-cream and snacks while you relax.

  • Is there parking?

    Is there parking?

    We have limited parking but there is a large paid (€2 cash only) car park across the road from us.

  • Do I need to pre-book?

    Do I need to pre-book?

    We recommend you do as places get snapped up very quickly

  • Will the weather affect the activities?

    Will the weather affect the activities?

    All land activities can be moved inside if needed. Only lightning will stop the water activities. Rain will cool you down ; )

  • Can I bring my phone on the boat?

    Can I bring my phone on the boat?

    Not a good idea even if it is waterproof



  • Age


    All activities minimum age 7.  

    7 – 12 year olds must go in a double kayak with an adult. 

    13+ can go in single kayaks.

  • Weight


    Max 114kg

  • Health


    A reasonable level of fitness is needed for outdoor activities but you don’t have to be Brian O’ Driscoll. Back rests are available on kayaks if you suffer from lower back pain. Swallow your pride on this and request one, trust us.






The Boyne Blueway has 35km of pristine river. That’s a lot of room for you to play. Scream over big waves and rapid sections. Drift through serene countryside with only kingfishers and otters for company. It’s a way of moving and playing that is completely different. It’s also totally natural. We call it the Boyne Valley Experience.

The only problem is getting from A to B and we take care of that. Rock up to our riverside base in the town, grab your gear and we bus you where you need to go. Doesn’t matter if you are a hen party on the lash, a bunch of TY terrors or accountants on an away day, we create the experience of a perfect day out for groups.


Why bring your group with us?

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Central <br> Location


Our town base in the centre of 35km of routes has parking, changing rooms, showers and an outdoor covered coffee shop for relaxing by the river.

Exciting <br> Thrills


The Boyne is gentle enough if you want to go with the flow but fun in places if you want more thrills.

Certified <br> Instructors


We use Certified Canoeing Ireland paddlers as guides so your group will be in the best hands.

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Need to know more?

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Chill out after area

Chill out in our handcrafted wooden coffee shop on the banks of the Boyne and watch the boats fly over the waves. Now with outdoor covered seating so you can watch the world float by.


Different Days out

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