Bellyaks vs Prone Paddle Boards

Why go prone, you ask? Why lay down and use your hands when you can sit, stand or kneel and use a paddle? Why get water in your face and subject yourself to such a workout? Read on.

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Bellyaks and Summer Camp: Fun With A Purpose

Why Summer Camp?

Developing Life Habits

The worst part about summer camp is that it often creates a lifelong obsession with the outdoors. I have always loved to swim and after learning to kayak at a summer camp in Vermont, I’ve based most of my major life decisions around access to lakes and rivers. From playing kayak games on the lake to running rivers around the country, summer camp planted the seed. Who knows how my life could have turned out had it not of been for summer camp!

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Got Camp?

No Rapids Necessary…Frequency Fun on Flatwater

Just add water! Pure Fun

You don’t need a river or a wave to have fun on a bellyak. Like to swim and be in the water? Then the bellyak will enhance your aquatic experience by helping you become one with the water. Are you a resort owner looking to add another activity for your guests? Do you have an adventure center that is looking for something that is new, easy to do yet challenging?


Perfect for kids of all ages, guaranteed to make you smile!





Don't you want to be this happy?

Don’t you want to be this happy?


Lightweight and Portable, easy to take to wherever the water is!

As always, Designed and Made in the USA for the World!

As always, Designed and Made in the USA for the World!

What You Need to Bellyak

What you need to Bellyak

Bellyak – Play or Frequency

Shred Ready Standard Half Cut Helmet – Shred Ready Standard Half Cut

Astral Buoyancy PFD – Astral Buoyancy

NRS Propulsion Glove Hand Paddles – NRS Propulsion Gloves

NRS Kicker WetshoeShoes are optional…but we like NRS Kicker Wetshoe

That is about it folks!

Depending on the water temp and time of year, you may also consider –

*Adam’s Note

Because you are exposed to water more than in a regular kayak, a wetsuit offers the best combination of warmth and flexibility for being in the water, without extra resistance from extra fabric of, for example, a drysuit. In the heat of summer, shorts and/or bathing suit and a rashguard are usually enough, unless it’s really cold water (ie: the Nantahala). Be sure to sunscreen the back of your legs–that’s not a fun sunburn! Also, a lifejacket and a helmet are essentials. So far, the PFD’s by Astral work best. Many kayaking vests are made with extra thick padding in the abdomen area and/or pockets which, unfortunately, can be somewhat uncomfortable to lay on. The Astral vests“Norge” or “Abba” with Kapok foam seem to be best, as they conform well to the body while laying down. NRS Propulsion Gloves are used for speed and direction. We are also developing an area on the boat for storing a dry bag. As of now, there is a sizeable hatch in the bow. We love Watershed Dry Bags in general for toting gear.