Ruffec Rejallant Canoë Kayak
Canoe, Kayak, Stand Up Paddle and Pedalo rental on the Charente river.
Information opening season 2022:
We will reopen on Saturday, May 7, 2022, every weekend in May and June (bridge and public holidays included) by reservation and then every day from 10 am to 7 pm from July 2 to August 31 and the weekend of September 3 and 4, 2022
It is strongly recommended to book 24 hours in advance during the summer season.
You can book online on our website or call us at 06 45 40 40 06.
We look forward to welcoming you quickly. The team of the Ruffec-Rejallant canoe base.
Welcome to the Ruffec Rejallant Canoe Kayak base in Charente.
We welcome you near Ruffec between Angoulême and Poitiers at the Rejallant area.
We are open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the months of July and August. But also, weekends in May, June by reservation.
It is strongly recommended to book online or by phone.
You plan to stay in the Ruffec area soon or you’re close locally?
Above all, come and discover our nautical activities on the Charente.
Standing on a stand up paddle or sitting in a canoe! With a paddle in your hand one day then another with pedals at your feet!
No matter which boat you choose, discover the river from a new angle! Choose your route from half an hour to the day route and come and taste the joys of water with family and friends.
Ultimately, do not hesitate to come to our place to discover the Charente river, its fauna, flora, mills and many other magnificent landscapes such as the Château de Verteuil !!!
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Our partners :
The Canoe Kayak site and base are managed by the Charente Departmental Canoe-Kayak Committee. It is an association law 1901 affiliated to the French Federation of Canoe Kayak and also declared to the ministry of sports.
Anyway feel free to contact us for more information or to book.
Finally, for the practice of our activities, it is mandatory to know how to swim 25 meters and to immerse yourself. Furthermore, we also recommend that you wear closed shoes according to the regulations of the Sports Code and wear the vest for buoyancy aid provided.