Introduce your athlete to the sport of rowing this summer.
Learn to Row summer Camp is open to youth in middle and high school from 6th grade - 12th grade.
There are three weeks to select from:
Session 1: June 17 - 21 - 8:30am - 1:00pm
Session 2: July 29 - Aug 2nd - 8:30am - 1:00pm
Session 3: August 5- 9th - 8:30am - 1:00pm
All summer camps will start at 8:30am and finish at 1:00pm. Drop off and pick up will be from Seaforth Recreation Area at Jordan Lake - Picnic Shelter #9.
The cost for each session is $200 per athlete. Spaces are limited for each session so reserve your athlete's spot today by registering for one of the session options below to avoid disappointment. Our summer camps do sell out.
There is a $50 discount for registering a sibling, if this applies to you please use discount code SIBLING when registering the second child.
During the summer camp your athlete will be introduced to all that the sport of rowing involves. This includes learning how to row, as well as learning how to use the indoor rowing machine, and being introduced to some of the complementary activities that make a well rounded rower -- stretching, nutrition, warming-up and cooling down. As part of our commitment to being a good steward of the lake that we are so fortunate to row on we will also learn about the natural resources around us at Jordan Lake State Recreation Area and will also take part in a Clean Jordan Lake activity during the week.
To register please select the appropriate session registration link below. Once your registration is received it will be reviewed and your athlete will be placed on a Summer Camp Team Roster. Once on that roster the calendar of activities will be available to you and you will receive all communications leading up to and during the camp.
We can't wait to share the sport of rowing with you during one of our Learn to Row summer camps for youth. Summer camps are open to youth in 6th grade - Senior year of high school. Here are some pictures from our 2018 summer camp. It is so cool to look back on the first days of rowing for some of our competitive team members who all now have a season or more of competitive rowing behind them.