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BC’s only mobile destination location Stand Up Paddle Board Rental, Lesson & Tour provider offering exciting new locations like Widgeon Creek, Pitt Lake, Buntzen Lake, secret bays in Deep Cove, Belcarra, Lucille Lake, Brohm Lake, and more! Contact Us for your Special Request, We can get you on the water anywhere!
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Liquid Lifestyle Does Mobile Paddle Boarding

We are Metro Vancouver and the Lower Mainland’s only mobile paddle boarding rental shop. Paddle boarding is the perfect way to maintain a healthy lifestyle, stay fit and have fun. Check out the list of places we cover and come join us. It is the perfect way to explore all Vancouver has to offer.


Paddle Boarding in Beautiful Locations Around Vancouver: Just Some of the Places you Will Find Liquid Lifestyle
  • Widgeon Lake

Widgeon Creek at the south end of Pitt Lake is the perfect place to enjoy paddle boarding.  It is close to Vancouver in an idyllic location  and is a perfect  place to relax and escape to nature and solitude. With no power boat access It really is an ideal place to paddle board. Check out our schedule to see when we’re there.


  • Buntzen Lake

Paddle Boarding at Buntzen is awesome especially on days when Vancouver’s mild and warm climate is blessing us with sunshine. It takes about 1 hour to paddle the length of the lake but it is difficult not to stop and soak up the amazing scenery in the area. We know this area really well so we will ensure you make the most out of your day. It’s one of the best spots in metro Vancouver for stand up paddle boarding.


  • Deep Cove

Deep Cove is an incredible spot for paddle boarding. It’s only about 30 minutes from downtown but feels a world away and is a great example of the scenery and marine life Vancouver is famous for.


  • Belcarra

If you want to do your paddle boarding in a relaxed West Coast lifestyle Belcarra is perfect. Belcarra overlooks the magnificent North Shore mountains and the picturesque waters of Indian Arm.  It is a relatively uncrowded, easy access park and an ideal location for paddle boarding.


  • Brohm lake

If you have travelled the Sea to Sky Highway to Whistler you have likely noticed the Brohm Lake Interpretive Forest just north of Squamish, BC. This lake is an idyllic place for paddle boarding and easy access from Vancouver has you on  the water in about an hour from downtown.  We know the area well so you will be guaranteed a great paddle in an amazing natural setting.


  • Lake Lucille

Once at the swimming area located on the north side of Lake Lucille there is an awesome spot for paddle boarding. It’s a nice chill stroll from the parking lot to the beach, but don’t sweat it, we’ll pack the gear in and out for you.  If you’re going to be in the area, check out when we’ll be there.


Let us know if there are any other locations that you would like to paddle board in or around Vancouver and we will be sure to check those out and get you on the water!

Contact us for a special request, we can get you on a paddle board just about anywhere!


For those of you that have ever wondered what it would be like to paddle at night… now is your chance! You can rent a set of Nocqua LED lights to attach to your board for just $25.  set them up on your board and......

Share The Stoke!

We started off 2015 with a New Years Day paddle in Deep Cove to set our sights on a year with a lot more time spent on the water.  March had us paddling on Stave Lake with Chad Kroeker from Dreamboards (check out his facebook......

We are selling Paddleboards this season!

Lots of people who rent from us ask the same questions as they consider their first paddleboard purchase?  “What is a good paddleboard?” “How much do they cost?”  “Why are some so cheap, and others so expensive?” The thing I ask most people is how......

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Towel
  • Flip-flops
  • Swim suit
  • Waterproof camera
  • Full Water bottle
    • No. you can wear shorts and a t-shirt or tank top. We advise wearing quick dry material and bringing a change of clothes.
    • Balance helps! But most important is a positive fun attitude!
    • We’ll do our best to make your experience a success.
    • We can’t say that you won’t.  It’s all a part of the learning process… and the fun
    • What we can say is that you will progress quickly!