Halloween Paddle Boarding


Halloween is almost here, people tend to celebrate the holiday by holding parties at home. Why not try to spend this holiday outdoors? Grab your favorite paddle board and homemade pumpkins and get into the Halloween spirit.

This article will introduce some interesting things that people around the world have done in the past on Halloween.


1. The 7th Annual Morro Bay Witch's Paddle

The event was held on Halloween 2020, the seventh time it has been held, the event originated from a group of ladies who love paddle boarding, they held this party to celebrate the arrival of the holiday, paddling along the waterfront, as more and more enthusiasts join, more and more "ghosts" enter the "spooky" party on October 30th every year. They wear their own variety of strange costumes to participate in this event, to feel the atmosphere of the festival.

2. Witch Parade on Santa Barbra Harbor
This was a fundraising event held in Santa Barbara Harbor to raise money for Foodbank. Participants dressed in black, wicked magic hats, and paddles instead of stereotypical brooms, swam around the harbor.


3. The Third Annual Stand Up Paddle Board Witch Paddle
The Third Annual Stand Up Paddle Board Witch Paddle began with hundreds of witches wielding their paddles on the Willamette River. The event was organized by Ginny Kauffman, who decided to hold a similar Halloween event in Portland after referencing a similar event in Carrefournia three years earlier. In the three years since, the event has grown quickly with participants enjoying the event while donating supplies to nonprofit charities.




It has been a rough year for all of us. let's make this year's Halloween paddle spectacular! 




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