SUPfest is back with a splash for the second year in a row.
SUPfest, said event coordinator Tony Filler, “is all about getting people on the water and enjoying the sport of paddle boarding” and “family and fun!”
The splashing good time starts Saturday, July 7 and ends Sunday morning, or early afternoon, at the Community Effort Pavillion at Beaver Creek Reservoir. A paddleboard company from Whitefish will bring boards to share and make the event happen. Anyone who has a board is encouraged to bring it because it will make things easier for those who don’t have one and will allow for more paddle time.
The event costs $25 and that includes the backwards race, tandem race, paddleboard dodgeball, rock paper scissors tournament, Nalivkas dinner, onsite camping, a night paddle, morning snacks and paddle yoga. The same events will be available for kids ages 9 to 13.
It’s all about family and fun, Filler says.