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  The Houston Canoe Club
Share our Joy of Paddling!

P.O. Box 925516
Houston, Texas

The Houston Canoe Club 

is a Paddle America Club

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Welcome to the Houston Canoe Club (HCC).  We are a group of multi-faceted canoers and kayakers who have a shared interest in all types of paddle sports that include, but are not limited to; whitewater, flat water, touring, racing and stand up paddling.  We paddle the bayous, lakes, rivers, streams and Gulf shores of Texas and the United States.  We offer a variety of trips including day trips, weekend trips, overnight camping trips and expedition trips. 

The HCC was established in 1964 when a group of interested canoeists got together and talked of organizing a canoe club. The rest is history. 

The club is run by volunteer members.  Our member base consists of people of all ages and includes singles, couples and families.  
We currently have about 150 members in the Houston-Galveston area and beyond.

Our trips and skill levels range from beginner to experienced, and from day trips of a few hours to week-long expeditions.. 

Club Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Bayland Community Center at 6400 Bissonnet, Houston, and are open to the public.  At the meeting we socialize, discuss where we've paddled, review upcoming trips and have guest speakers present topics of interest to the club.

Prior to the meeting, we meet for dinner at a nearby restaurant where we visit and get to know new attendees.  All guests are welcome to attend both the dinner and meeting


FEBRUARY 12,  2020

West Hansen
West will talk about the
2012 National Geographic Amazon Express trip he led. The first expedition to paddle the entire 4200 mile length of the Amazon River from its newly discovered most distant source in the Peruvian Andes to the Atlantic Ocean in northern Brazil.

"There is nothing - absolutely nothing -
half so much worth doing as
simply messing about in boats

- "Wind in the Willows"
by Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932)