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Escape everyday life with the world's fastest growing watersport - Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP).  For exercise or to soothe your soul, get out and enjoy the lakes and rivers of the Upstate of South Carolina.

Located at Saluda Lake, just 15 minutes from downtown Greenville, Upstate Paddleboard is your Authorized Dealer for high quality Standup Paddle Boards & Accessories.

  • You got hooked and are looking for your own board & paddle? Talk to us! Boards, Paddles, Leashes? Whatever you are looking for, we are ready to fit you with the right equipment for your needs - new and used!

For your board rental and schooling needs we have all equipment on site at Fins on Saluda that offers a family friendly environment, snacks, clean restrooms and kayak and paddle boat rentals (Restaurant coming soon!!).

  • Learn how to paddle board with an introductory Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) lesson or improve your technique with an intermediate lesson - classes taught by our PaddleFit Core certified instructor.  Get ready to explore Saluda Lake/River by yourself or take your paddling to the next level
  • Wednesday Night Sunset Paddles--Rent one of our great boards or bring your own - Kayaks welcome

Worldwide, adults and kids of all ages are getting hooked on SUP and we think you will too.   Give happy hour a new meaning with SUP and do some paddle boarding,  just outside of Greenville, SC.


Cristy Carter
Instruction & Sales

(864) 235-6630

Jan Muellers
Instruction & Sales

 Certified Instructor                                                                                            
(864) 235-6630

Iris and Darren - the owners of Fins on Saluda - ready to help with snacks, drinks, fishing and kayak and paddle boat rentals.

Paddling Saluda Lake gives you a great couple of hours exercise or relaxation.  One side of the lake and river is Greenville County and the other is Pickens County.  Views include nature's best like blue heron, the occasional beaver or deer, wild turkeys in the fall and gaggles of ducks and geese.  Up river, paddlers twist and turn through canopy-covered stretches with views of South Carolina most natives have never seen.   
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