Kayak Polo

Kayak polo is a competitive game with the objective to pass a ball to teammates in order to advance the ball down the pool to ultimately score points in the other team’s goal, similar to traditional water polo, soccer, and ultimate frisbee. Outdoor Chattanooga offers free kayak polo sessions at Warner Park Pool in Chattanooga every Tuesday in August and September 2021 from 6:00-7:30 PM. These sessions are open to beginners as well as advanced kayakers but due to the fast-paced nature of the game, all players should have some experience in effectively maneuvering a kayak. Whitewater kayaks are recommended however, participants with recreational kayaks are also welcome to participate. You’re encouraged to bring your own equipment or Outdoor Chattanooga will have a limited number of whitewater kayaks and helmets available on a first come first serve basis. Online Registration is recommendedWalk-ins are permitted if space allows. Registered participants get first pick of gear.

Prior to play, participants will be briefed on safety and the rules of kayak polo. Teams consist of up to eight players and are matched based on skill sets.  Fundamental kayak instruction is not provided in this session but is offered with the Rapid Learning Whitewater Kayak program skills and roll practices on Wednesdays.

Kayak Polo

Come Out and Play!

Kayak Polo

Come Out and Play!

Kayak Polo

Come Out And Play!

Kayak Polo

Come Out And Play!

What You’ll Learn

  • How to adjust a kayak and PFD (Personal Floatation Device) to comfortably fit you
  • How to play kayak polo

FAQs

When and where does Kayak Polo happen/occur?

Every Tuesday, August and September at Warner Park Pool.
6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
 Online Registration is recommended.

 

Do I have to make a reservation?

 Online Registration is recommendedWalk-ins are permitted if space allows. Registered participants get first pick of gear.

Do I need to have my own equipment to play?

No, Outdoor Chattanooga can provide all the equipment if you don’t have your own. Otherwise, you are welcome to bring and use your own equipment if you have it.

How much does it cost?

Free. Zero dollars.

Do I have to have experience to participate?

No experience is required to participate but due to the fast-paced nature of the game, all players should have some experience in effectively maneuvering a kayak.

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