Red Paddle Co Demo Tour Saturday May 27th 2017 4-12pm Lake Josephine Park, Roseville MN 55113 .   The Red Paddle Co Demo Tour is hear which means it's time to come out and play on the water.  We have the latest 2017 Red Paddle Co Stand Up paddleboards...

EVENTYR, your Adventure Is Here: That's right, your adventure marketplace is finally here and I'm so excited. I've been working with the Design crew for a while now as they create this ridiculously amazing tool designed to help you find your own adventures!  This is a first-of-its-kind marketplace...

The New 2017 Red Paddle Co Lineup is here . Check out the latest boards. Due to our kind of amazing new improvements, and features, Red Paddle Co is worlds most popular inflatable SUP. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVC7FBfrFDo&t=11s[/embed] New Features Red Paddle is proud to announce the release of its 2017 SUP range....

It's Show Time at Silver Creek Paddle It's show time which means it's still cold but we're going to be out and about this winter.  The Minneapolis Boat Show and the Lake Home and Cabin show are coming up in January and February.  As part of these...

I'm trying to turn a new leaf when it comes to winter.  Given my line of work, and the fact that I really do not care to be cold, Summer is my season.  However, I'm also trying to tap into my Scandinavian roots and embrace...

    We wanted to offer our favorite cities a chance to get into the SUP craze.  Minneapolis St. Paul, get your stand up paddleboard before summer ends!  Support your local business, get your SUP today. Average sale pricing is $250-$300 off on all in stock Pau Hana Stand...

Sometimes you just need a few tips to get you started on your new board.  Here at Silver Creek Paddle we want to make sure you have everything you need to get out on the water.  Sam Ross has created a great intro to stand up paddleboarding...

When I talk to people who are looking for a stand up paddleboard I often suggest they consider an inflatable stand up paddleboard, called iSUP for short.  The typical response is, "I don't want a blow up board."  Now I totally understand why this is...