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Payette River Games: Seven Great Events, All in One Weekend

June 18, 2015

From axe throwing to dog fetching, the Payette River Games will not disappoint

anyone looking to have some fun this weekend! The P.R.G. will be held in Cascade, ID

at Kelly’s Whitewater Park for the third year running. This three-day festival held

June 19-21, is complete with seven different events throughout the weekend,

awesome food, sponsors such as Vivid Roots, and great people all supporting a great

cause.

This festival has created something for everyone including an opportunity to

compete with some of the world’s best stand up paddlers at one of the most unique

and exciting stand up paddling (SUP) courses in the world. Not to mention winners

get a slice of the $50,000 cash prize purse, meaning you could be walking away with

cash in your hand. 

Not only does the PRG offer fun for SUP fanatics, but you can also enjoy competing in

lumberjack or Beach Flags!, practicing yoga, river surfing, dog fetch, or even playing

beach volleyball with an Olympic gold medalist! If you are not interested in

competing, you can still enjoy all the action all while taking in the beautiful view of

Idaho’s mountains.

100% of entry payments go directly to Kelly’s Whitewater Park, a non-profit host of

the PRG. The money goes to park maintenance, enabling it to remain free

of charge to enjoy during events such as this, and all the other times in the future

when you decide to return.

 

2015 Payette River Games - SUP Teaser Clip from Payette River Games on Vimeo.

 

Kelly’s Whitewater Park opened in June 2010 and is gaining popularity of SUP and

river surfers. Two National Kayak Championships have been held at Kelly’s and it is

also one of the premier sites in Valley County for trout habitat. Complete with a

gallery of annually changing exhibits, a 2.5 mile river trail, and 3.4 acres of

landscaped grounds, this beautiful park has become a popular spot for many people

to visit.

 

You do not want to miss this action packed weekend with seven wild events, great

food, and great people all supporting a great cause! Pack your bags for the day or the

entire weekend and get to the Payette River Games, June 19-21, in Cascade, ID.

Visit www.payetterivergames.com for more information including details about

events, registration information and just about anything else you need to make the

most of your weekend at the PRG.

Vivid Roots is proud to be a sponsor of the 2015 Payette River Games and the team looks

forward to seeing you there!  





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