Henley Canoe Club

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

About Us

The Henley Canoe Club is a busy, friendly canoeing club in Henley-on-Thames open to anyone over the age of 9 and of any ability. The club is split into 3 sections for different age groups who meet on separate evenings but often come together for organised weekend trips.

The Junior Group meets on a Wednesday evening and caters for ages 9 - 13 years, the Youth group meets on a Tuesday and caters for ages 14 - 18 and the Adults meet on Tuesday evenings. We also have a racing section for all ages meeting on Thursday evenings and Sunday morning.

Each group has its own qualified coaches, enabling members to increase their abilities are their own pace. During the Winter months, we have access to a local pool where members can practice techniques in more favourable conditions.

The club is part of the Eyot Centre set in large grounds, on the river Thames, about 300m upstream from Henley Bridge. Access is from the Wargrave Road, with ample car parking.


We offer a wide range of water and land based activities and venue hire for meetings, parties, corporate events and groups. Please see here for more information.


August 19, 2019

Sunday, September 15th 2019

Final Results can be downloaded here

Fantastic weather for the Henley Hasler, we hope that everyone had a great days racing. Thanks for your support and see you next year

October 5, 2018

It was supposed to be a trip to Mudeford harbour but the Department of Transport had other ideas with the closure of the M27 to demolish a bridge. Not to be defeated the venue was changed to Chichester Harbour a bit further east. A quick overnight change of plans and w...

September 16, 2018

Thanks to all the paddlers, supporters and volunteers who helped make this years race another great success.

Final results can be found here

Some photos of the days racing

June 13, 2018

The Junior paddlers of Henley Canoe Club decided it’s more fun to lark about on a sunny evening than learn new techniques.

Hayden shows how easy it is to stand on your head, though no-one else tried to copy him.

Meanwhile the rest of the group wonder how many of them can...

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