The Arizona Dragon Boat Association Clubs
Want to try paddling? Perfect, we want you to paddle with us too! It’s easy to get started, all you have to do is to follow two easy steps:
- First, contact one of our Clubs to find out when they pratice.
- Second, come out to the lake and paddle!
We hope to see you soon!
AZ Gila Dragons
The first team in the AZDBA In 2001, a diverse group of friends and families, with no dragon boating experience Read More.
Arizona Dragon Riders
The Arizona Dragon Riders The fastest growing club on the lake. Read More.
The first ever combined youth team in Arizona, comprising of the best and critically selected paddlers from Mesa Community College and Arizona State University. These breeds Read More.
Phoenix Fire Dragons
Phoenix Fire Dragons are celebrating their NINTH year of honoring each other’s differences and melding to become one team and one boat, with the same goals. The Phoenix Fire Dragons are also winners of the Team Spirit Read More.
AZ SunGi Women’s Dragon Boat Team In 2009, women from the AZ Sun Warriors and Gilas joined forces to form the AZ Sun Gi Women’s Dragon Boat Team. What words can describe these women Read More.
AZ Monsoon Men’s Dragon Boat Team This is the AZDBA’s mens team that competes alongside the Mixed teams at festivals. Find out practice times Read More.
ASU Collegiate Team
ASU Collegiate Team, is a Dragon Boat team Read More.
Desert Heat Wave
Desert Heat Wave, formally the Mesa Komodo Dragons, was formed in 2005 by Ronda Carlson and Jim Rudow to provide a Dragon Boat experience to developmentally disabled adults. Team members participate Read More.
Abreast In The West
The team made its first debut in 2010 with a team of 16 Breast Cancer Survivors. The team included 7 out-of-town paddlers. With little to no experience or practice, the team paddled well and landed Read More.