Directions to Launch Locations

NOTE: We don’t have a shop and are a mobile business. Use the directions below to find us. You can click on the address to bring up Google Maps and then Create Driving Directions from your location. Please verify with us if you are uncertain of your class location.

Ballard Elks Lodge, Shilshole Bay

Meet in Ballard Elks Lodge parking lot and launch from Elk’s Beach.

Address: 6411 Seaview Avenue Northwest

Park in lot or on the street (If not an Elk Member). Look for my Gold Subaru Outback on the left side of the lot.

NOTE: There are no restroom facilities at this location before 3pm M-F. Sunday restrooms open at 9am.

Deception Pass Tidal Rapids @ Bowman Bay

2 hours from Seattle (no ferry) —Meet in Bowman Bay parking lot on the north end of the bridge.

Discover Pass or Day Pass Required. Or bring $10 cash for a day parking pass.

Directions: Click here for Google Map to Bowman Bay  – Quick directions – Take I-5 North from Seattle. Take a Left at Mt Vernon on Hwy 20, then another Left before Anacortes to Oak Harbor / Whidbey Island. The park is a few miles from there. **Note: Don’t cross the bridge. Exit on just past the 2nd lake on Rosario Road, then Immediately turn into the park at Bowman Bay.

Look for my Gold Subaru Outback.

ALERT: Mobile phone service is iffy in the park.  

Salt Creek Recreation Area (Surf Class or Tour)

3 hours from Seattle with ferry —3506 Camp Hayden Road, Port Angeles 98363. Drive to Port Angeles. Continue on the 101 west of ‘PA’ and exit Right at Highway 112. Follow for a few miles and take Right on Camp Hayden Road. Follow to end, but don’t enter park. Follow curve of road to left and down hill past the Park. Pull into the free lot on the Right a few hundred yards below the Park entry (look for outhouse).

No permits needed. Look for my Gold Subaru Outback. Beware that you may get charged for Canadian cell service.

Freshwater Bay County Park

3 hours from Seattle with ferry —144 Striped Peak Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98363. Drive to Port Angeles. Continue on the 101 west of ‘PA’ and exit Right at Highway 112. Follow for a few miles and take Right on Freshwater Bay Road. Follow to end of road to the boat ramp. Parking is free, no permits needed.  There’s a restroom available on the left.

Look for my Gold Subaru Outback. Beware that you may get charged for Canadian cell service.

Our Expert Instructors Put Your Safety and Enjoyment First

“I've gone SUP on my own a few times but felt I might be lacking in some basics. I got a lesson from Rob and it exceeded my expectations by a long shot.

Not only does he give all the strokes you may need in various situations, I also learned about equipment, safety, tides and currents, how to transport and hold my board. Little things that made a huge difference because I'm prepared in every area. Now I can just concentrate on having fun when I hit the water."

- Sean F

"I learned not only how to improve my paddling skills but also how to read the water better, how to train more efficiently and most importantly not to forget to look up and enjoy being on the water.

If you are in the market for a lesson I would highly recommend Rob."

- Troy Nebecker, Bellevue

"Rob’s personalized instruction greatly improved my skills and gave me the confidence to become fully immersed in stand up paddling.

There are plenty of SUP classes out there, most with very large groups and not a lot of one-on-one time. Rob’s classes are small and customized to suit your specific needs and perfect for those who really want to learn the ins and outs of the Pacific NW’s perfect sport."

- Paul Edmonson, Seattle

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