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2/24/2019 to 2/28/2019
When: Sunday, February 24, 2019
Where: Wekiwa Springs State Park & Youth Camp
Apopka, Florida 
United States
Contact: Todd Bishop

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Are you ready to hang with some other SUPers?  Check out some of the last “real” Florida?  Have fun trying out different gear?  Work on specific skills?  Work towards or get your Instructor Certification?  Come on down!  The weather is going to be great.  The area averages a high of 74 degrees and a low of 53 during February.  Wekiwa is a 2nd magnitude spring that is 72 degrees crystal clear water year round.  It feeds a beautiful basin/pond that is the headwaters to the Wekiva River.  Rock Springs run is another spring fed tributary that joins the Wekiva river about a mile downstream.  We’ll be staying in a private camp within the 7,000 acres of Wekiva Springs State park with cabins, a rec hall, kitchen, dining area, fire pits, outdoor classrooms, etc.


Free Demo Feb 24th

Introductory skills courses for the new paddler or those just wanting to work on their foundation.

Intermediate skills courses to expand your knowledge, get challenged and be more comfortable.

Paddleboard yoga

SUP surf development workshop

L1 & L2 Instructor Certification Workshops

SUP yoga endorsement

L1 & L2 Instructor Updates

Paddle Safety Facilitator Course

SUP surf & Coastal SUP courses (off site)


Discounted registration deadline is January 31st.


Most courses have no pre-requisites, however some do (such as Instructor certification).


On site lodging cost per night

$45      Group cabins w/separate bath houses - 4 people placed per cabin (10 bunks in each).

$55      Shared cabins w/bath and fridge - 4 people max

$65      Private room w/shared bath and kitchenette (fridge, micro, sink)

$110    Private cabin w/bath and fridge

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Instructor Trainer Conference

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