During this period we are still offering multi-day canoe hire on the Thames for groups, but if you are after canoe/kayak daily hire this is what we are offering at the moment:
Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th June and Sat 4th and Sun 5th July – Come and hire a canoe, kayak or SUP at Pangbourne! £45 per person, children are half price.
We offer River Thames canoe hire and kayak hire along it’s length from Cricklade all the way to central London. In central London we can only provide kayak hire due to restrictions on what boats are allowed on the Thames at that point.
River Thames Canoe Hire and Kayak Hire
Canoeing or kayaking on the River Thames is a fantastic way of seeing the river and it’s banks. Thames flows though beautiful scenery and interesting historical towns and sites. It is a perfect day out for the whole family for all ages and abilities! What are you waiting for?
River Thames Information
The Thames is 215 miles long. Thames Head is the source, about a mile north of the village of Kemble in southern Gloucestershire in the Cotswolds.
The Thames is the longest river which has its entirety in England. However, the River Severn (which flows partly through Wales) is the longest river in the United Kingdom.
The Thames flows through Cricklade, Lechlade, Oxford, Abingdon, Wallingford, Goring-on-Thames, Reading, Henley-on-Thames, Marlow, Maidenhead, Windsor, Eton, Staines, Sunbury, Weybridge and Thames Ditton before entering the Greater London area. The present course is the result of several minor redirections of the main channel around Oxford, Abingdon and Maidenhead.
All of these places are available to start and finish a canoe and kayak trip.
If you are interested in starting a canoe or kayak trip in the upper – middle River Thames click here.
For kayaking in London click here for information on the various routes that we offer.