Mission Statement - The Wild Turkey Paddlers is an informal group of people interested in flatwater and ocean paddling.

Our purpose is to help kayak and canoe enthusiasts find others with whom they can paddle and learn more about the sport.

We hope to create awareness of proper paddling safety, promote a greater appreciation of the waterways of Southeastern Massachusetts and provide valuable and sometimes hard to find information about paddling in the area.

But most of all, we just want to paddle, meet people and have fun.

We would truly like to benefit from your experience. Have a favorite place to paddle? Let us know about it. Tell us where it is, how to get to it, where the put-ins/take-outs are, and anything the paddler should be aware of.

Contact us via: admin@wtpaddlers.org.

Upcoming events:

Thursday Skills Sessions

The sessions are very informal, covering a wide range of skills, from first wet exit to hand rolls. People come whenever they want, work on whatever they want, either in groups or alone. There are a number of very skilled paddlers always willing to help out other folks with new skills or just spotting each other.

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The Thursday Night Hingham Harbor trips have ended for 2016. Keep an eye on the forum for discussion.


Recent events:

Cuttyhunk - 7-23

Monomoy - 6-25

Duxbury Bay - 6-6

Charles River Basin - 5-9

Duxbury Bay - 12-27

Cape Ann Circumnavigation 9-3

Jamestown and Newport - 8-16

Browns Bank Bask - 7-20

Little Compton, RI - 7-13

Pwdr Pt to Gurnet light - 7-5

Sunset/Moonrise - The Spit 6-23

Sakonnet River - 6-22

Mystic Seaport - 6-19

Naushon Is. Circumnav - 6-15

Thacher Is. from Rockport - 6-9

Cape Cod: Part 8 - 5-30

Charles River Basin - 5-5

Provincetown Whale Watch - 4-27

Duxbury Back Rivers - 3-30

South Beach Break
    and North Monomoy - 3-27

Tide Charts
Click on a segment of the map for that region's tide chart index.

North Shore Boston Harbor and Hingham Bay Cape Cod South Shore Buzzards Bay Martha's Vinyard and Nantucket