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Yolo Boarding? Stand up Paddle Boarding or Stand up Surf Boarding

Never heard of it?

Well Stand Up Paddle Boarding is new thing to do in the Beaches of South Walton, Florida or the Beaches of Florida generally. Or probably anywhere with good weather and calm water.

We saw it here in Massachusetts. A family of tweens, Mom and Dad. Very funny. Very happy.


YOLO (You Only Live Once) is a brand of Stand Up Paddle Boarding that we got to know. Truth is, YOLO Boarding or Stand Up Paddle Boarding or Stand Up Surf Boarding is awesomely simple fun.

Wear what you like when you YOLO Board because the Stand Up Paddle Board is very stable. Find a little balance…keep those knees loose and off you go.

The better you get, the more fun things the YOLO Stand Up Paddle Board can do

Co-Owner Jeff Archer Says YOLO boarding is terrific exercise, because youre training new muscles. I liked that!

Go for it: Y O L O You Only Live Once!  And Stand Up Surf Boarding or Stand Up Paddle Boarding is a sport whose time has come

Water sports not your thing?

If you’re near the Beaches of Walton in Florida, side trip up to Defuniak Springs.  Plenty of southern charm circles the shore of a perfectly round small lake. It’s a winter home of the Chautauqua Institute.  And great little shops like the “Nook and Cranny” for local consignment and collectibles.

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1 Reply to “Stand Up Paddle Boarding: Great Family Fun”

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