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Scroll down to view the 2015 Camp Directory. Please complete the 2015 Camp Directory form to add your camp to this listing. Camps are listed alphabetically by camp name. 

Name of Camp: Cal Women's Crew Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Cal Women's Rowing
  • Dates: June 22-August 6, 2015
  • Location: Berkeley, CA
  • Cost: Overnight Camp: $865, Day Camp: $685, Half Day Camp: $325
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Oakland Estuary
Camp Description: 

The technique camp will focus on technique and general conditioning. These sessions are a great opportunity to try out a brand new sport, or develop more knowledge of the rowing stroke so that you can become a better boat mover and more competitive. Rowers will be assigned to boats and training groups based on age and ability. 

The racing camp will have a racing focus. This session will be strenuous, and will involve erg testing, seat racing, race strategy and more. The session is designed to focus on competitive skills and supplement basic technical knowledge. 

The Day camps are designed to give young rowers and athletes both an introduction to rowing at the college level and of the Cal crew program. The racing camp session is designed for athletes who have at least 1 session of rowing experience to athletes who have multiple seasons of rowing experience with a junior team. Athletes will be seat racing, erg testing, developing race strategy, and more. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Sarah Puddicombe
Contact Email Address: Spuddicombe@berkeley.edu

Name of Coach: Sarah Puddicombe
Coach Email: Spuddicombe@berkeley.edu
Website: http://www.ussportscamps.com/crew/ussc/cal-womens-crew-camp/


Name of Camp: Charles River Rowing Camp
  • Hosting Organization: Harvard University
  • Dates: June 14-19; June 21-26 2015
  • Location: Cambridge, MA
  • Cost: Boarding $1,050; Day camp $650 
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: The Charles River
Camp Description: 

The Charles River Rowing Camp offers a unique and positive camp for high school aged rowers of all experience levels. Athletes train on one of the world's most legendary rowing venues, the Charles River in Boston, and have the opportunity to use Harvard University's boathouses and equipment. Harvard and Radcliffe coaches, amongst other successful collegiate, high school and international coaches, provide instruction to help sweep rowers improve their rowing technique and build skills to promote success in their own program. 

Daily activities include two on the water practices, video instruction, and information sessions on rowing related topics. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Lauren Fisher and Louise Breen
Contact Email Address: charlesriverrowingcamps@gmail.com
Location Address: Charles River Rowing Camp, PO Box 380441, Cambridge, MA 02238-0441

Name of Coach: Liz O'Leary and Charles Butt
Website: www.charlesriverrowingcamps.com/


Name of Camp: 
Colorado Junior Crew Summer Rowing Program

  • Hosting Organization: Colorado Junior Crew
  • Dates: June 1-12; June 15-26; July 6-17; July 27-August 7, 2015
  • Location: Boulder, CO
  • Cost: $225 per 2-week session
  • Age: 13-18 
  • Body of Water: Boulder Reservoir

Camp Description: 

Colorado Junior Crew offers rowing summer camps for new and experienced rowers ages 13 and up (or starting grades 8-12 in the fall 2015). Summer mornings at Boulder Reservoir (7:30 am to 9:30 am Monday-Friday during each camp period) are the perfect time to try this water sport in our land locked state. The water is calm, the temperatures are warm and school is not in session! 
The sessions are structured into blocks of 2 week sessions. This allows rowers to choose the blocks that work for them and their family's schedules, and participate and pay for each block separately. 
Rowers work on perfecting their technique or trying out something completely new, such as sculling (offered during sessions 2 and 3 only). Participants have the opportunity to race at the end of each session. The flexibility and spontaneity of the Summer Program make it highly popular with rowers and parents alike. 

Contact Name: Rebecca Pennington
Contact Email Address: info@cjcrew.org
Location Address: Colorado Junior Crew, P.O. Box 18821, Boulder, CO, 80308

Name of Coach: Lisa Dirth
Website: www.cjcrew.org


Name of Camp: 
Dolphin Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Dolphin Rowing and Jacksonville University
  • Dates: July 20-23, 2015
  • Location: Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL
  • Cost: Overnight $700; Commuter $550 
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: St. Johns River
Camp Description: 

Summer camp 2015 is open to all boys and girls 13-18 years of age. Camp curriculum focuses on developing skills, knowledge and a solid fundamental understanding about the sport of rowing. A fun camp environment fosters the ideal learning conditions for both novice and intermediate rowers. Enjoy in-depth informational sessions related to technique, both on the erg and on the water, nutrition, strength training, sportsmanship, and NCAA rules and regulations. Register today to reserve your spot at this must-attend 2015 summer camp!

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Katharine
Contact Email Address: info@dolphinrowing.com

Website: www.DolphinRowingCamp.com

 
Name of Camp: Evergreen Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Evergreen Rowing Camp
  • Dates: Session I- July 26-30, 2015; Session II- August 2-6, 2015; Session III- August 9-13, 2015
  • Location: Hanover, NH
  • Cost: $1,050
  • Age: 14-18 (high school)
  • Body of Water: Connecticut River
Camp Description: 

The Evergreen Rowing Camp is for high school rowers and coxswains of all experience levels. Both boys and girls will experience a curriculum designed to advance each camper's technical skills and racing abilities through highly individualized instruction. Each camp boat will have its own coach. Campers will enjoy two on-the-water rows daily, as well as tank sessions, video review, and coached discussions on topics including nutrition, physiology, and the college recruiting process. Coxswains will benefit from both on the water and off the water instruction in dedicated daily coxswain clinics. Our exceptional staff of experienced collegiate coaches will help all campers to reach a new level in a fun yet challenging environment. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Sean Healey
Contact Email Address: evergreenrowingcamp@gmail.com
Location Address: 47 Cottage Circle, West Lebanon, NH 03784

Website: www.dartmouthsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=11600&ATCLID=801156

 

Name of Camp: Juniors Summer Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Lake Washington Rowing Club
  • Dates: June 22-August 24, 2015
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Cost: $120 per week of camp
  • Age: 13-18 
  • Body of Water: Lake Union
Camp Description: 

Weekly summer camps will be held Monday-Friday, 9AM- Noon. Camps run weekly from June 22 to August 24th. Open to 7th through 12th graders of all skill levels. Emphasizes fundamentals and builds confidence through various rowing adventures and opportunities. 

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Jeannie Cziesla, Office Manager
Contact Email Address: office@lakewashingtonrowing.com
Location Address: Lake Washington Rowing Club, 910 N. Northlake Way, Seattle, WA, 98103

Name of Coach: Theresa Batty
Website: lakewashingtonrowing.com

 

Name of Camp: Summer Race Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Lake Washington Rowing Club
  • Dates: June 2-August 1, 2015
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Cost: $220 before May 23, $330 after 
  • Age: Adults
  • Body of Water: Lake Union
Camp Description: 

Immerse yourself in a high energy, competitive, race focused rowing camp for adult beginners. No previous rowing experience required. Be part of a team, supporting each other while you build strength, fitness and rowing fundamentals. You will spend most of your time sweep rowing in eights, and you will also be introduced to small boat rowing and sculling.  Focused instruction, land workouts, and race preparation will ensure you reach your goals. At the conclusion of Race Camp, you and your teammates will race in a local rowing regatta. Included in the camp cost:

  • 50 hours of instruction from experienced coaches
  • Race entry fee and race day coaching
  • T-shirt to wear on race day
  • No class July 4th

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Jeannie Cziesla, Office Manager
Contact Email Address: office@lakewashingtonrowing.com
Boathouse Email: office@lakewashingtonrowing.com
Location Address: Lake Washington Rowing Club, 910 N. Northlake Way, Seattle, WA, 98103

Website: lakewashingtonrowing.com

Name of Camp: Summer Race Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Lake Washington Rowing Club
  • Dates: June 2-August 1, 2015
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Cost: $220 before May 23, $330 after 
  • Age: Adults
  • Body of Water: Lake Union

Camp Description: 

Immerse yourself in a high energy, competitive, race focused rowing camp for adult beginners. No previous rowing experience required. Be part of a team, supporting each other while you build strength, fitness and rowing fundamentals. You will spend most of your time sweep rowing in eights, and you will also be introduced to small boat rowing and sculling.  Focused instruction, land workouts, and race preparation will ensure you reach your goals. At the conclusion of Race Camp, you and your teammates will race in a local rowing regatta. Included in the camp cost:

  • 50 hours of instruction from experienced coaches
  • Race entry fee and race day coaching
  • T-shirt to wear on race day
  • No class July 4th

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Jeannie Cziesla, Office Manager
Contact Email Address: office@lakewashingtonrowing.com
Boathouse Email: office@lakewashingtonrowing.com
Location Address: Lake Washington Rowing Club, 910 N. Northlake Way, Seattle, WA, 98103

Website: lakewashingtonrowing.com

 

Name of Camp: Miami Beach Rowing Club High Performance Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Miami Bech Rowing Club
  • Dates: June 22- July 17, 2015
  • Location: Miami Beach, FL
  • Cost: $490-$990
  • Age: 7th-12th graders
  • Body of Water: Indian Creek
Camp Description: 

Miami Beach Rowing Club (MBRC) is ready to challenge rowers to discover their potential in both sweep and sculling. The camp is designed to: 

Teach fundamental rowing technique to novice rowers;
Teach more refined and effective technique with advanced drills and workouts to more experienced rowers;
Discuss mental strategies of racing and training in order to improve performance on race day;
Establish strength and flexibility programs for those wishing to take their rowing to the next level. 

All boys and girls entering the 7th-12th grades that are interested in joining the tradition of MBRC in the fall are welcome to join us for our four-week program. (Rowers also have the option of joining us for any one-, two-, or three- week period within those four weeks, although we recommend that any rower who plans to compete in the 2015-2016 school year complete our entire four-week program.)

The camp will be held at one of the most beautiful rowing facilities in the country, the Shane Watersports Center located on the calm waters of Indian Creek in Miami Beach. During the sessions, the MBRC summer camp crews will have full and exclusive use of the state-of-the-art facility and be coached by former elite level rowers and coaches from around the world. 

Summer camp is open for four weeks (June 22 through July 17th, 2015) and accommodates any combination of one, two, three, or four weeks participation. The camp schedule is Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to noon, with two sessions per day. MBRC camp rowers will emerge with more fitness, strength, and effective rowing technique, which will give them an advantage going into their fall season, or beginning as novice rowers. 

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Valdimir Matovic
Contact Email Address: info@rowmiamibeach.com
Location Address: Miami Beach Rowing Club, 6500 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33141

Name of Coach: Valdimir Matovic
Coach’s Email: coachvladimir@rowmiamibeach.com
Website: www.rowmiamibeach.com/summer-camp/

 

Name of Camp: Narragansett Boat Club

  • Hosting Organization: Narragansett Boat Club
  • Dates: June 22- July 17, 2015; July 20-August 14, 2015
  • Location: Providence, RI
  • Cost: $350
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Seekonk River
Camp Description: 

We provide basic beginner instruction in sculling and sweeps. More experienced rowers and scullers can row in both sculling and sweeps boats daily, within the three hours of our day camp. 7:15-10:30 AM, five days per week over four weeks. We have a full fleet of singles, doubles, quads, fours and eights. For more specific information please visit the Narragansett Boat Club's website at www.RowNBC.org, or by calling 401.272.1838. 

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Albin Moser
Contact Email Address: Albin@RowNBC.org
Location Address: Narragansett Boat Club, PO Box 603011, Providence, RI 02906-0011
 
Website: www.rowcamp.com
Further Information: While the street address for the Narragansett Boat Club's boathouse is 2 River Rd., Providence, RI, it is easiest to use 794 Angell Street, Providence, RI when using GPS for navigation. 

 

Name of Camp: Nike Cal Men's Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Cal Men's Rowing
  • Dates: July 6-9, 2015 and July 27-30, 2015
  • Location: Berkeley, CA
  • Cost: Day Camp: $665, Overnight Camp: $865
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: Oakland Estuary
Camp Description: 

Technique Camp:
This camp will give athletes a sense of what it is like to train and race at a Division I university while focusing on seat-racing, racing strategy, starts and sprinting. While this camp is suggested for rowers with 1-2 seasons of racing experience, all rowers and athletes of lesser experience are welcome. Directed by the internationally acclaimed Cal coaching staff with experience at 11 Olympic Games, this camp will give young rowers an edge going in to the upcoming summer races and beyond. The camp will help prepare any athletes that are racing at USRowing Club Nationals or Canadian Henley and provide an opportunity to take a big step forward in their rowing careers. The coaching staff will also lead a session on the college recruiting process. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their race calls. 

Racing Camp: 
The Elite High Performance Camp  is geared towards experienced rowers with one racing season completed who would like to get a feel for what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. This camp is specifically designed to cover the breadth of the sport of rowing. There will be in depth education and discussion of the rowing stroke, training regimens and racing tactics. Other topics to be covered will include general conditioning, strength training, and video analysis, while also exposing camp athletes to the collegiate recruitment process. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls. 

 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Patrick Schulker 
Contact Email Address: pschulkers@berkeley.edu

Name of Coach: Patrick Schulker 
Coach Emailpschulkers@berkeley.edu
Website: http://www.ussportscamps.com/crew/ussc/cal-mens-crew-camp/

 

Name of Camp: Northeast Rowing Center

  • Hosting Organization: Northeast Rowing Center
  • Dates: August 17, 2015- August 23, 2015
  • Location: Raymond, ME
  • Cost: $1075
  • Age: 13-19
  • Body of Water: Crescent Lake
Camp Description: 

Excellence in coaching since 1987, the Northeast Rowing Center is the perfect pre-season tune-up for high school aged rowers and coxswains. Proven success improving technical ability and erg scores. Professional, personal instruction for boys and girls. Our expert master coaches come from the nation's top collegiate programs. 

Coaching education program offered as well. Coaches shadow our master coaches for the week. Level II mentoring requirements met by the end of camp. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Barb Grudt
Contact Email Address: email@rowcamp.com
Location Address: PO Box 1551, Hightstown, NJ 08520

Name of Coach: Barb Grudt
Coach’s Email: bgrudt@rowcamp.com
Website: www.rowcamp.com
Brochure: https://rowcamp.com/uploads/2015_Brochure.pdf

 

Name of Camp: Princeton Summer Rowing Camps

  • Hosting Organization: Princeton University
  • Dates: June 22-25, 2015; June 28-July 1, 2015; July 27-30, 2015; August 3-6, 2015
  • Location: Princeton, NJ
  • Cost: $875-$950
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: Lake Carnegie
Camp Description: 

The main focus of these camps are to provide campers with a firm idea of what it is like to be part of a Nationally competitive collegiate rowing program. 

A rower's daily routine will include twice-a-day workouts on Lake Carnegie, introductions to effective ergometer workouts and testing methods, core strength training, technical sessions in the rowing tanks, and speakers from either the Princeton University Athletic Department umbrella or the 2012 United States Olympic Team. Speakers will cover a wide range of topics, including nutrition best practices, building better strategies for ergometer testing, the experience of rowing in the Olympics, and how to navigate the ever changing recruiting process. Coaches are available for daily one-on-one sessions to discuss how personal training and technical improvements will enable each rower to achieve his or her goals. In addition, each rower will receive at least 60 minutes of direct video analysis and feedback during the week. 

All of our camps offer coxswain-specific instruction. Coxswains are separated into their own group for daily instructional sessions. In addition, they are assigned to a boat for on-the-water training and races. We can proudly say, without a doubt, that the Princeton rowing camps are not only the best camp for rowers, but also coxswains. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Andrew Dudley: Camp Services; Martin Crotty: Head Lightweight Rowing Coach
Contact Email Address: camps@princeton.edu
Location Address: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY SPORT CAMPS, First Campus Center, Room 304A, Princeton, NJ 08544

Name of Coach: Martin Crotty
Coach’s Email: mmcrotty@princeton.edu
Website: www.princetonsportscamps.com/camps/rowing.htm

 

Name of Camp: Radnor Girls Crew Club

  • Hosting Organization: Radnor Girls Crew Club
  • Dates: June 15-26, 2015 and August 10-21, 2015
  • Location: Conshohoken, PA
  • Age: 12-16
Camp Description: 

The RGCC Learn to Row introduces the sport of rowing to girls ages 12-16. The goal is to provide an opportunity for students to learn to row in a non-competitive environment. The sessions teach the mechanics of sweep rowing, which can be applied to sculling. The program is designed to give each rower time to develop and improve their rowing skills in a relaxed atmosphere. The campers will progress quickly from learning techniques on the erg to application on the water. No prior rowing experience is needed. 

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Trisha Macrone
Contact Email Address: rgccltr@radnorcrrew.org
Location Address: PO Box 242, Wayne, PA 19087

Name of Coach: Liz Miller
Coach’s Email: rgcccoaches@radnorcrew.org
Website: www.radnorcrew.org


Name of Camp: 
San Diego Rowing Camp hosted by UCSD

  • Hosting Organization: U.C. San Diego
  • Dates: July 27- July 30 and August 3- August 6, 2015
  • Cost: Day Camper- $450/Overnight Camper- $850
  • Location: San Diego, CA
  • Age: 12-18

Camp Description: 
The University of California at San Diego is pleased to announce our annual Summer Rowing Camp 2015. The camp is designed for boys and girls ages 12-18 and will focus on high performance rowing technique and racing skills, as well as educate novice rowers with an exciting introduction to the sport. The entire UCSD staff will focus on each athlete's specific needs and goals. For some athletes, this will mean a better understanding of training techniques, technical proficiency and race-day conditioning. For athletes new to the sport, this summer camp will serve as an important first step in judging the athlete's future potential in the sport of rowing by coaches who have spent a lifetime watching rowing and competing themselves. 

Amenities Provided:  Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Kim Dale
Contact Email Address: kdale@ucsd.edu

Name of Coach: Kim Dale
Website: http://www.ucsandiegocrewcamps.com/

 

Name of Camp: South Eugene Rowing Club Summer Camp

  • Hosting Organization: South Eugene Rowing Club
  • Dates: July 20-24, 2015 and July 27-August 1, 2015
  • Cost: $250-$475 (one week or two weeks)
  • Location: Eugene, OR
  • Age: Entering 8th-12th grade
  • Body of Water: Dexter Lake
Camp Description: 

Discover the joys of rowing in a fun, team environment and enjoy summer days at the beautiful Dexter Lake in the Cascade Mountain foothills. The camp culminates in the Green Lake Summer Rowing Extravaganza Regatta in Seattle, WA. 
Camp provides new rowers an opportunity to discover the joys of rowing in a fun, social environment, and to provide returning rowers an opportunity to improve their skills and prepare for the fall racing season. We emphasize participation of all campers and team building skills. 

Amenities Provided: Transportation

Contact Name: Diane Wiley
Contact Email Address: dianekwiley@gmail.com
Location Address: SERC, PO Box 5472, Eugene, OR 97405

Website: www.SouthEugeneRowingClub.org

 

Name of Camp: Sparks Advanced Training

  • Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
  • Dates: June 28-July 4, 2015
  • Location: Philadelphia, PA
  • Cost: $1750 for rowers, $1250 for coxswains
  • Age: 14-19
  • Body of Water: None
Camp Description: 

This summer rowing camp is aimed at ambitious athletes with the goal of educating them on rowing-specific strength and conditioning. There is no water component. 

Program Goals:

  • Enable athletes greater understanding, efficiency, and responsibility in their training. 
  • Empower serious athletes who don't have the time or resources to attend longer summer rowing development camps
  • Develop the rowing community via educating athletes on training physiology and the above

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Dave Payne
Contact Email Address: davep@sparksconsult.com

Name of Coach: Patrick Rufo
Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/advanced-rowing-training-program/camp-overview/

 

Name of Camp: Sparks Coxswain Only Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
  • Dates: June 27-July 31, 2015, August 3-7, 2015
  • Location: Oklahoma City, OK
  • Cost: $2250
  • Age: 14-19
  • Body of Water: Oklahoma River
Camp Description: 

This is a rowing camp where coxswain skills are the only focus. 

Sparks "rents" the team: Boats and athletes (and they will win too, with a fundraiser). Entire on water practices are spent on absolutely everything that goes with being the ninth seat. The art of steering, command structure, docking, dealing with conditions, and interpreting drills are only the tip of the iceberg. Our Coxswains Only Camp gives us a chance to focus more intensely on the advanced curriculum we've developed and fill a need we've seen from many coxswain and college counseling clients. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Dave Payne
Contact Email Address: davep@sparksconsult.com

Name of Coach: Laura Simon
Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/coxswains-only-camp/coxswains-only-rowing-camp/

 

Name of Camp: Sparks New Zealand Program 

  • Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
  • Dates: June 21- August 22, 2015
  • Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Cost: $5750
  • Age: 16-19
  • Body of Water: Otago Harbour
Camp Description: 

Dunedin is the most challenging and special experience we offer. The program is designed with rising seniors and college freshman in mind and meant to allow athletes to cultivate their competitive identity in preparation for the intensity of collegiate rowing. This program differs from our other offerings in that training intensity, being in a university environment, and adapting one's athletic identity in highly variable conditions are emphasized over development of a relationship with the sport. High performance athletes with international experience row out of the club. Select athletes also train at Dunedin High Performance Sport NZ center, which functions as an elite-level research and development facility for multiple sports in coordination with the New Zealand Academy of Sport. 

 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Dave Payne
Contact Email Address: davep@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/new-zealand-development-camp/camp-overview/

 

Name of Camp: Sparks Summer Rowing Camps 

  • Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
  • Dates: July 21-July 25, 2015; July 28-August 1, 2015; August 9-13, 2015
  • Location: Middleton, CT and Seattle, WA
  • Cost: $1295
  • Age: 14-19
  • Body of Water: Connecticut River and Lake Union 
Camp Description: 

Our camps' mission is to inspire and raise athletic and personal awareness via access to a large array of top quality head and senior assistant coaches in a smaller summer camp format to meet campers on their specific level. 

Why Middletown? 

Our camp in Middletown is based entirely at Wesleyan University, was our first rowing camp, and is still our flagship. Middletown has an apt name in that it is right smack in the middle of the biggest rowing population in America, and offers easy access for campers and coaches alike. Wesleyan's dorms and dining facilities top in class, and the boathouse is walkable from campus. 

Why Seattle? 

Although we basically offer the same camp in Seattle and Middletown, we thought it was important to briefly differentiate between the two locations. We like Seattle given the weather in August, the accessibility to the Seattle airport, and the growth of rowing on the midwest and on the west coast. Our setup is similar to Middletown in that campers will stay in college dorms and walk to the boathouse, but it is also different in that our Seattle camp is not entirely based on one university campus but instead spread between Seattle Rowing Center and Seattle Pacific University. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Dave Payne
Contact Email Address: davep@sparksconsult.com

Name of Coach: Grace Hollowell, Pat Tynan, Kevin McDermott, Kate Maloney, Nancy LaRoque, Michiel Bartman, Megan Biging, Nich Parker
Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/

Name of Camp: Competitive Junior, Open & Adult Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Steel City Rowing Club
  • Dates: June 15 - August 2, 2015
  • Cost: $375- $3150
  • Location: Pittsburgh, PA
  • Age: 14-89
  • Body of Water: Allegheny River
Camp Description: 

Competitive camp session 1 and 2: Ages 14-18, U23, and Open
Preparation for IDR, Club Nationals, and Canadian Henley. Multiple practices per day with land training and video review. 

Master's Sprint Camp: Ages 21+
Preparation for spring racing in the Masters' circuit. Three day camp with much video review. 

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Dori Tompa
Contact Email Address: dori.tompa@steelcityrowing.org
Location Address: Steel City Rowing Club, 101 Arch Street, Verona, PA 15147

Name of Coach: Ladislau Tompa
Website: www.steelcityrowing.org
Further Information:
2014 Independence Day Results

  • Junior A Mens 1x: GOLD 
  • Junior A Women's 1x GOLD
  • Junior A Women's 2x BRONZE

2014 Club Nationals Results

  • Junior A W 1x SILVER
  • Junior B W 1x BRONZE
  • Junior A 4x BRONZE

2014 Canadian Henley Results

  • U19 Women's 2x GOLD
  • U19 Women's 4x SILVER
 

Name of Camp: University of North Carolina High School Rowing Camps- Summer 2015

  • Hosting Organization: University of North Carolina
  • Dates: July 6-11, 2015 and July 13-18, 2015
  • Location: Chapel Hill, NC
  • Cost: $775
  • Age: 14-18
Camp Description: 
  • Learn to Row clinics for novice rowers
  • Advanced technique instruction for experienced rowers
  • Coxswain focused instruction
  • Nutritional seminar
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Saturday race day/race prep

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Emily Caflisch
Contact Email Address: carolina.hscamps.info@gmail.com
Location Address: UNC Athletics/ Emily Caflisch, PO Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NC 27515

Name of Coach: Emily Caflisch
Coach’s Email: elcaflisch@unc.edu
Website: www.carolinarowingcamps.com

 

Name of Camp: Washington Rowing School: Summer Junior Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Washington Rowing School 
  • Dates: Three one week sessions: June 22-26; July 6-10; July 20-24
  • Location: Bladensburg, MD
  • Cost: $395
  • Age: 12-18
Camp Description: 
Both new and experienced rowers will learn and improve their rowing skills with our sculling and small boats rowing. Equipment handling, technique, balance, and speed generation will all be developed.

Contact Name: Cindy Cole
Contact Email Address: cindy@washingtonrowingschool.com

Name of Coach: Cindy Cole
Coach’s Email: cindy@washingtonrowingschool.com
Website: www.washingtonrowingschool.com
Further Details: Go to Washington Rowing School on Regatta Central for a complete list of summer classes. 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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