Boerne City Lake, Boerne, Texas
October 1, 2016
Can you describe the different races and courses?
FUN 5k Open Race (For beginner to advanced, recreational or amateur paddlers) * Any Paddle Craft
Elite 10k SUP Race (For intermediate to advanced SUP paddlers who want to win MONEY ($1000 total purse) * Stand Up Paddleboards OnlyPaddle Craft Classes:
SUP 14’ (Men/Women)
SUP 12’6” (Men/Women)
SUP Surf: 12’6 and under planing hull board. (5k only)
Other Paddle Craft Categories: Kayak, Canoe or Surf Ski. (5k only)
Only the Elite 10k SUP Race has age groups:
17 & Under
What kind of paddling settings and conditions will racers face?
Flatwater, water start and water finish.
What makes your event great? What will paddlers love about coming to your event?
We are excited to announce the first ever BOERNE PADDLE BATTLE @ BOERNE LAKE October 1st 2016. BOERNE PADDLE BATTLE is a fun & charitable event for all experience levels – weather you’re a beginner or a seasoned racer. All ages and paddle craft are welcomed and encouraged! This is a family-friendly event for all to enjoy. From the Fun 5K to the Elite 10K race, spectators will be able to cheer their competitors on as the races take place at beautiful Boerne City Lake. Awards, food Trucks, drinks, Vendors, live music, Raffle and more will follow the Race at Random Beer Garden. Bring the entire family for a wonderful day of racing, fun, food, & drink.
Are there paddleboard rentals available and if yes, where? Contact info?
Where can people buy groceries?
Where can people stay? Do you have a hotel you can recommend and contact info?
What great local restaurants can you recommend?
Random Beer Garden, 11 Upper Cibolo Creek Rd, Boerne, TX 78006
Where is the best coffee in town?
Does your event benefit a charity and if so, can you tell us about them?
The BPB will benefit children who make their home at the Roy Maas Youth Alternatives, Meadowland campus. The children have resided on a 40 acre campus in the heart of Boerne for over 30 years. Many in the community are unaware of the abused and neglected children who have found healing, hope, love and support right here in our midst. Since 1986, over five thousand children have been served. RMYA Meadowland is a nonprofit organization, and the state pays less than 65 percent of the actual cost to care for these amazing children. To recognize and support their healing, Random Beer Garden, Anchor Paddleboards and RMYA have teamed up to raise money and awareness of the needs of children who live at RMYA in Boerne. These children deserve every opportunity to become happy, healthy and productive adults. With the support of all of you, we can end the cycle of abuse by restoring hope, one paddle at a time.