Paddle For Plummer 2016

Plummer Home and SUP East Coast Style are teaming up again for the 3rd Annual Paddle for Plummer on July 16, 2016! We expect about 300+ spectators and participants on our beautiful waterfront property at the Plummer Home this year!

This Stand Up Paddle (SUP) event will include an Elite Race (6 mile course), a Recreational Race (1.5 mile course) and a Fun Paddle (1/2 or 1 mile course).

Additional fitness events will include SUP Yoga organized by Yoga Sakti and Waterfront Spinning.

Race Day Registration HERE:

All funds raised will support the Plummer Home.

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8:30am Elite Race start time
8:45am Rec Race start time
9:00am Fun Paddle start time
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Note: All live times are unadjusted and unofficial.

No entries have been received yet.

Course Map coming soon.

6 mile course up the coast from Salem, MA to Manchester, MA

What is Paddle for Plummer?
A Stand Up Paddle (SUP) charity event, including a 1/2 or 1 mile Fun paddle, a 1.5 mile Rec SUP race, a 6-mile Elite SUP race (with cash purse), and other fitness events.

Where will it take place?
The start/finish location is at the Plummer Home, 37 Winter Island Road, Salem, MA.

When is it?
Saturday, July 16th, 2016. 

Is there a rain date?
No, the event is rain or shine. If dangerous conditions arise, such as lightning or the threat of a severe storm, we will cancel. Check this site or our Facebook page for updates.

Is there parking?
Yes, volunteers will help unload your gear and store it safely while you park in nearby lots on Fort Avenue, which is .3 mile away from the Plummer Home is approximately a 6-minute walk.

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How much does it cost?
Elite SUP race- $25 registration fee, $175 fundraising minimum
Rec SUP race- $25 registration fee, $175 fundraising minimum
Fun paddle- $25 registration fee, $175 fundraising minimum

Waterfront Spinning- $50 fundraising minimum
SUP Yoga- $30

Do I need to wear a leash when I paddle?

Do I need a life preserver?
Yes - Type II PFD's are required by law to be attached to all paddle boards. Type II PFDs are available at most sporting goods stores.

Where can I get a board?
Local paddleboard shops offer rentals such as:

SUP East Coast Style
Newbury Kayak & Canoe
Cape Ann SUP
Coast to Coast Paddle
Surfari Stand Up Paddle & Surf
Ocean House Surf Shop
Kayak Learning Center Beverly
Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Co.

Where can I stay?
There are local hotels and bed and breakfasts in Salem and surrounding towns such as:

Who can I reach out to for more info?

Leanne Schild/Plummer Home
978/744-1099 (x103)

Leah Goodman/SUP East Coast Style

Other ways to get involved?

Become an event sponsor
Like us on Facebook
Volunteer (please e-mail:


Jul 16, 2016


Salem, MA