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Camp Directory 2018

Following please find a directory listing of rowing camps for 2018. Each of these camps are a USRowing member organization and have provided information about its specific program. Search by location or the entire directory listing. If you have any questions about a specific camp, please contact the camp directly.

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New York Athletic Club Bronx, NY, USA The NYAC runs a competitive summer racing program with practices six days per week and races at Independence Day and USRowing Club Nationals.
Steel City Canadian Henley Training Verona, PA, USA Steel City Rowing’s Competitive Henley Camp is designed for rowers focused on achieving a high level of success at The Royal Canadian Henley. The practices are rigorous and led by top level coaches. During training, rowers will have the opportunity to refine their technique both in sculling and sweep boats, while building strength and endurance. Athletes will be trained with on-the-water skill development, at least twice a day, plenty of video feedback and auxiliary physical and mental conditioning. All on-site in our world class facility.
Wahoo Rowing Camp Charlottesville, VA, USA Join the coaching staff of Virginia Rowing for six days of rowing, development, and fun on the Rivanna Reservoir. With limited camp sizes and 10 full on-the-water practices each athlete has the opportunity to row each of the different boat classes while moving at their own pace. Rowers also get the chance to fully dive into understanding the difference between simply rowing a seat in a boat and actually moving a shell to the best of their ability.
Adult Novice Sweep Rowing Woodbridge, VA, United States Novice athletes ages 18 and up
Artemis Learn to Row Camps Oakland, CA, United States For beginners and experienced beginners to rowing ages 12-18.
Bachelors Barge Club Summer Sculling for Juniors Philadelphia, PA, United States Sculling fundamentals and racing focusing on athletes ages 14-18 with at least one year of experience or Learn to Row
Badger USRowing Development Camp Madison, WI, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for Senior and U23 women in all disciplines.
Berkley High Learn-to-Row Camp Oakland, CA, United States A learn to row program for athletes 11 and up interested in learning the sport of Rowing.
Cal Men's Crew Camp Berkeley, CA, USA This camp is geared towards experienced rowers with at least one season of racing who want to get a feel for what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. There will be in depth education and discussion of the rowing stroke, training regimens, and racing tactics. Conditioning, strength training, and video analysis will take place, as well as exposing camp athletes to the collegiate recruitment process. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls.
Cal Women's Crew Camp Berkeley, CA, USA High Performance Camp (Session 1): This camp is ideal for experienced rowers with at least one racing season completed who would like to take their rowing to the next level and experience what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. This camp is specifically designed to cover the breadth of rowing with a focus on skill development. There will be in-depth lectures and discussions of the rowing stroke, training regimens, and racing tactics. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls. Racing Camp (Session 2): This advanced camp is designed for rowers with 1-2 racing seasons. Athletes will get a first hand look at what it is like to train and race at the Division I level. Camp will have a high level of intensity, rowing instruction, conditioning work, and lectures with a racing focus, including seat racing, race strategy, starts, sprinting and erg testing. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls
Central USRowing Development Camp Iowa City, IA, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for U23 Women who are looking to improve speed and skills primarily in small boats.
Charles River Rowing Camp Cambridge, MA, United States A high school camp for all experience levels.
Competitive Youth Summer Teams Boston, MA, United States Open to U17 and U19. Challenge, Competition, Awareness, Mindfulness, Community, Process, Respect.
Dartmouth USRowing Development Camp Hanover, NH, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for U23 men interested in improving small boat skills and technique
Development Camp I: St. Andrew Rowing Club Roswell, GA, United States For any youth rowers and coxswains with a minimum of one season of experience. The camp will focus on the development of technique, maintenance of physical fitness, and preparation for competition.
Development Camp II: St. Andrew Rowing Club Roswell, GA, United States This camp is for any rowers with experience that want to compete at the highest level. The camp will focus on maintaining and improving fitness as well as improving technique. Rowers will spend time in both sculling and sweep boats with a strong focus on small boats.
Evergreen Rowing Camp Hanover, NH, United States Camps focusing on athletes going into 9th-12th grades. Contact evergreenrowingcamp@gmail.com for more info.
Gunnery Rowing Camp Warren, CT, United States The Gunnery’s Summer Rowing Camp offers athletes in grades 7-12 a fun and positive environment to develop their rowing skills. Three one-week sessions will be offered in June and July for rowers of all skill levels.
Henderson USRowing Development Camp Boston, MA, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for U23 Heavyweight Sweep male athletes.
Hornet Rebellion USRowing Development Camp Sacramento, CA, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for all disciplines of U23 men.
Intro to Rowing I Roswell, GA, United States Intro to Rowing summer camps offered to rising 6th through 12th graders wishing to learn the sport of rowing or improve their existing knowledge and skills in this majestic sport.
Intro to Rowing II Roswell, GA, United States Intro to Rowing summer camps are offered to rising 6th through 12th graders wishing to learn the sport of rowing or improve their existing knowledge and skills in this majestic sport.
Ithaca College USRowing Development Camp Ithaca, NY, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for women focusing on sculling development and technique.
JU Dolphin Rowing Camp Jacksonville, FL, United States For athletes ages 13-18 looking to experience living on a college campus, learn the college admissions process and improving all aspects of their rowing.
Lake Merritt Rowing Club Summer Youth Rowing Oakland, CA, United States Campers learn to row in all kinds of boats from singles to eights under the supervision of two coaches and multiple experienced high-school-age interns. No experience necessary, all camps contain a mixture of new and experienced rowers and due to a wide range of equipment each rower can learn at his or her own pace. Each week contains two sessions: 9-12 in the morning and 1-4 in the afternoon.
Learn to Row Youth & Experienced Youth Camp Newport Beach, CA, United States Learn to Row and Experienced Camps for athletes ranging in age from 13-19
Mendota USRowing Development Camp Madison, WI, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for sweep U23 and Senior men in LWT and HWT disciplines. Coxswains welcome as well.
Mercer Summer Rowing Camps Princeton, NJ, United States For rising 7th-12th graders of all levels looking to advance their rowing experience and technique.
Minnesota USRowing Men's Development Camp Minneapolis, MN, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for U23 and Senior men of all disciplines. Coxswains are invited as well.
Minnesota USRowing Women's Development Camp Minneapolis, MN, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for U23 and Senior heavyweight women and coxswains. Sweep and sculling are both included.
MRC Advanced Summer Camp Pennsauken Township, NJ, USA A 7-week intensive camp for junior level boys and girls designed to empower experienced rowers with a stronger technical stroke and a better understanding of training methodology. Goal setting, self-reflection, and resiliency strategies are coupled with video analysis and ergometer training to enhance athletic performance. Rowers will compete at the USRowing Club Nationals and the Philly Youth Regatta. Rowers and coxswains should have completed one season of competitive rowing prior to acceptance. Limited to 14 ports, 14 starboards, and 4 coxswains.
Newell Training Center USRowing Development Camp Cambridge, MA, United States An official USRowing U23 Sculling Development Camp for heavyweight men and women.
Newport Rowing Club Learn-to-Row Camp Newport, DE, United States A learn to row program geared towards athletes 18 and under.
Nike Women's Crew Camp Duke University Road, Durham, NC, USA This camp is geared towards experienced rowers with at least one season of racing who want to get a feel for what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. There will be in depth education and discussion of the rowing stroke, training regimens, and racing tactics. Conditioning, strength training, and video analysis will take place, as well as exposing camp athletes to the collegiate recruitment process. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls.
North Orlando Rowing Camp Orlando, FL, USA Join us for one of our two week camp sessions. Camp is offered for Middle School through High School aged children. There are 3 sessions for beginner to advanced sweep rowing and two sculling clinic sessions for experienced rowers. Join us on beautiful Lake Fairview with our excellent coaching staff.
Northeast Rowing Center Raymond, ME, United States A 6-night sleep away camp for high school athletes.
Pittsburgh Rowing Club Juniors & U23 Camp Coraopolis, PA, USA The focus of Pittsburgh Rowing Club's summer rowing camp is to refine technique and performance in both sculling and sweep rowing and to build strength and endurance under the expertise of Coach Florin Curuea. Practices will include both on the water and land training. Video review will be utilized.
Pittsburgh Rowing Club Learn to Row for Juniors Coraopolis, PA, USA Pittsburgh Rowing Club is offering two Learn to Row sessions for Juniors this summer. Our program is designed for those between the ages 13 and 18 with little or no rowing experience who would like to learn the basics of sculling and sweep rowing. Participants will learn about safety, rowing terminology, and proper rowing technique. Participants will start out learning the correct form on a rowing machine and then move into 8+ (8 rowers with a coxswain), and then into 4x, 2x or 1x sculling shells. Rowers are accompanied by a Coach in a launch (motorboat), who oversees the practice and advises on technique.
Pittsburgh Summer Racing Camp Pittsburgh, PA, United States Open to junior/high school athletes that are seeking a highly competitive, race-driven environment; coach recommendation expected. Training and racing will take place in all boat classes, though the camp will take advantage of good weather conditions to spend time in small boats. Rowers should be adept at both sweep and sculling, or willing to learn. All athletes who participate in this camp should be prepared to pursue an ambitious training schedule in a competitive environment.
Quaker Rowing Camp Philadelphia, PA, United States For athletes ages 13-18 looking to experience living on a college campus, learn the college admissions process and improving all aspects of their rowing.
Ready Set Row Foundation Camp Dublin, NH, United States Foundation camp for athletes ages 14-20
Ready Set Row Foundation Camp - Middle School Dublin, NH, United States Foundation camp for athletes ages 11-14
Ready Set Row Summer Development Camp Middletown, DE, United States Development camp for dedicated High School aged female athletes, and competition at USRowing Club Nationals
ROCCS Summer Rowing Camp Inverness, FL, United States A summer Learn-to-Row camp for middle school and high school athletes.
Rockland Rowing Summer Race Team Nyack, NY, USA The focus is on preparing and racing at Schuylkill Navy, IDR, Club Nationals and Canadian Henley (select crews). U15, U17, U19 and U23.
Row West Racing Camp Los Angeles, CA, USA Our comprehensive, integrated approach to training will provide campers with the physical, mental and emotional tools they need to raise their level of performance in and out of the boat, all in an environment that emphasizes fun, hard work, teamwork and personal responsibility. We are committed to giving our campers a one-of-a-kind experience in which they will develop the physical fitness, commitment, mental toughness and self-confidence that are the hallmarks not just of outstanding athletes, but of exceptional people. Campers will train 2-3 times per day and compete for seats in multiple entries for Club Nationals. Training will include on-the-water development, ergometer workouts, mental toughness training, nutrition courses and a number of other focused sessions to improve you as an overall athlete.
Sarasota Crew High Performance Osprey, FL, United States U17 and U19 High Performance Camps
Sharks Rowing Camp Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States This is a one day camp designed to improve the skills of the rower and get an idea of how a practice is run at the collegiate level. There will be small boat sculling work in 2x’s and larger sweep boat work in 4+’s. Each camper should come away from the camp with a better understanding of the principles of boat speed development.
South Eugene Rowing Club Summer Camp Eugene, OR, United States For rowers/coxswains entering 5th-12th grade with all experience levels!
South Eugene Rowing Club Summer Camp Eugene, OR, USA Half-Day camp, bus provided from SEHS and back. Suitable for new rowers, boys and girls entering 8th through 12th grade (all schools welcome). Instagram: @eugenerowingclub
Sparks Adventure Program Nelson, New Zealand Adventurous athletes ages 14-18 looking to develop and deepen small boat skills.
Sparks Camp at Columbia New York, NY, United States Intermediate or advanced athletes ages 14-18
Sparks Camp at UPenn Philadelphia, PA, United States Intermediate or advanaced athletes ages 15-18
Sparks Camp at Wesleyan Middletown, CT, United States Intermediate or advanced athletes aged 14-18
Sparks Coxswains Only Camp Oklahoma City, OK, United States Competitive or advanced coxswains ages 14-19
Sparks Development Program Dunedin, New Zealand Development camp for ages 16-19 and athletes looking to row at the college level or beyond.
Sparks Dutch Racing Program Amsterdam, Netherlands Athletes ages 14-18 looking to enhance their sculling, explore the Dutch countryside and culture and also race at the national Bosbaan Regatta
Sparks Italian Program Turin, Italy Athletes ages 14-18 looking to travel and experience Italy, all while improving small boat skills.
Sparks Seattle Camp Seattle, WA, United States Intermediate or advanced athletes ages 14-18
Summer Sculling Camp Bladensburg, MD, United States Ages 12-18 focusing on improvement of small boat skills. All skill levels are welcomed.
Syracuse USRowing Pairs Development Camp Syracuse, NY, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for U23 women focusing mainly on pair development.
TBC Men's Development Washington D.C., DC, USA Summer development for varsity level male rowers in the DC area
Tennessee Small Boat Camp Knoxville, TN, United States A camp focusing on small boats for high school athletes.
The Foundry U19 & U23 Development/Elite Program Cleveland, OH 44113, United States High-level training and performance for U19 and U23 athletes who are currently experienced rowers looking to hone their skill and achieve in top competitions in North America.
Undine USRowing Development Camp Philadelphia, PA, United States An official USRowing Sculling Development Camp for U23 men and women. LWT and HWT athletes are welcomed.
Union Boat Club USRowing Development Camp Boston, MA, United States An official USRowing Sculling Development Camp for U23 lightweight women.
USABA/USRowing Adaptive Rowing Camp Boston, MA, United States The United States Association of Blind Athletes has partnered with USRowing in order to host a camp for adaptive athletes who wish to learn the sport of rowing and also identify potential athletes for participation in the Paralympics.
Washington Rowing Camp Seattle, WA, United States
Washington USRowing U23 Development Camp Seattle Slew Drive, Howell, NJ, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for heavyweight U23 men looking to improve sweep technique in small boats.
West Side USRowing Development Camp Buffalo, NY, United States An official USRowing Development Camp for Senior and U23 athletes of all weight classes and disciplines. Coxswains welcomed as well.
William and Mary Rowing Club Summer Camp Williamsburg, VA, United States Intermediate or advanced rowers/coxswains aged 13-18
Women Learn to Row San Diego, CA, United States Female athletes ages 18 and up looking to learn the basics of rowing. This is a five session program.
Women's Intermediate Sweep Rowing Camp San Diego, CA, United States Intermediate female Masters athletes looking to improve sweep rowing technique.

Directory Listings

Adult Novice Sweep Rowing

Date(s): May 23 – June 3
Location: Woodbridge, Virginia
Body of Water: Occoquan Reservoir
Cost: $125
Ages: 18+
Description: For two weeks, each Novice Camp boat of eight will go out on the water with four experienced rowers and four novice rowers. Rowing with the experienced rowers will allow the novices to leapfrog ahead in the learning process and gain a better feel of the potential that rowing offers.
**The Novice Camp program consists of six total sessions, Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6-8 p.m. and Saturday mornings 8-10 a.m.
Hosting Organization: Prince William Rowing Club
Contact: Judy Powell, info@pwrc.org
Website: http://pwrc.org/adult-novice-camp.html

Artemis Learn to Row Camps for Beginners and Experienced Beginners

Date(s): Week long sessions throughout June 12 – August 11
Location: Oakland, California
Body of Water: Oakland Estuary
Cost: $275/Beginner & $250/Experienced Beginner
Ages: 12-18
Description: Artemis Rowing’s summer Learn to Row program provides rising 6th through 12th graders an introduction to the rewarding sport of crew. Weeklong camps are offered Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. during the weeks of June 12, June 19, July 10, July 17, July 31 and August 7. Summer campers will learn the following in a fun and supportive environment. Topics covered will include: basics of the rowing stroke, water safety and boat awareness, conditioning, stretching and strength training, an introduction to training on the erg, the indoor rowing machine, exposure to both sweep and sculling strokes. Enroll in multiple camps to build rowing skills and join our competitive rowing team in the fall!
Hosting Organization: Artemis Rowing Club
Contact: Joe Wainwright, artemis@artemisrowingclub.orgcoachjoe@artemisrowingclub.org
Website: http://www.artemisrowingclub.org/

Bachelors Barge Club Summer Sculling for Juniors

Date(s): June 12 – July 22
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Body of Water: Schuylkill River
Cost: $125
Ages: 14-18
Description: Includes youth (14 years old to senior in high school) with rowing experience and one or more years of learn-to-row. In the summer, juniors will compete for Bachelors Barge Club. This program will focus on sculling fundamentals. We will work to improve the physical aspects of rowing and also the mental awareness and focus. This is a racing program and expect commitment to attending all possible practices.
Hosting Organization: Bachelors Barge Club
Contact: Dave Florio, daf28@drexel.edu
Website: http://www.bachelorsbargeclub.org/junior-competitive-rowing/

Berkeley High Crew Learn-to-Row Camp

Date(s): June 25-29; July 23-27; August 13-17
Location: Oakland, California
Body of Water: Oakland Estuary
Cost: $250
Ages: 11 and up
Description: Established in 2009, Berkeley High Crew’s summer rowing program offers local students, ages 11 and up, a chance to try this unique, growing sport with the Berkeley High School Crew coaches and current team members.
Hosting Organization: Berkeley High Crew
Contact: Gulliver Scott, summercamps@berkeleyhighcrew.org
Website: http://www.berkeleyhighcrew.org/home/come-row/summer-camps/

Cal Men’s Crew Camp

Date(s): July 17-20, July 23-26
Location: Berkeley, CA
Body of Water: T. Gary Rogers Rowing Center 
Ages: 14-18
Description: This camp is geared towards experienced rowers with at least one season of racing who want to get a feel for what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. There will be in depth education and discussion of the rowing stroke, training regimens, and racing tactics. Conditioning, strength training, and video analysis will take place, as well as exposing camp athletes to the collegiate recruitment process. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls. Coached by Mike Teti and Scott Frandsen

Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: Cal Crew Camps

Contact: crew@ussportscamps.com
Website: https://www.ussportscamps.com/crew/ussc/cal-mens-crew-camp/

Cal Women’s Rowing Camp

Date(s): July 29-August 1, August 1-4
Location: Berkeley, CA
Ages: 14-18
Description:

Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room  Hosting Organization: Cal Crew Camps
Contact: crew@ussportscamps.com
Coach(es): Al Acosta & Vanessa Tavalero
Website: https://www.ussportscamps.com/crew/ussc/cal-womens-crew-camp/

Charles River Rowing Camp

Date(s): 6/12-6/16 & 6/19-6/23
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts 
Body of Water: The Charles River
Cost: $750-$1,150
Ages: Rising 9th – 12th Grade
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, along with 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 review, and rowing related lectures and discussions.
Hosting Organization: Harvard University
Contact: Lauren Fisher, Emma Taylor, and Mary Foster, CharlesRiverRowingCamps@gmail.com

Website: http://www.charlesriverrowingcamps.com/ 

Competitive Youth Summer Teams

Date(s): June 18 – July 15th / July 16 – August 20th
Location: Boston, MA (Harry Parker Boathouse)
Body of Water: The Charles River
Cost: Financial Aid Available
Ages: U17, U19
Description: Challenge, Competition, Awareness, Mindfulness, Community, Process, Respect.

Hosting Organization: Community Rowing Inc.
Contact: Skye Elliot and Will Congram, friendlyperson@communityrowing.org
Website: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/youth-rowing/comp-youth-summer-2/

Development Camp I: St. Andrew Rowing Club

Date(s): 6/19-7/23
Location: Roswell, GA
Body of Water: Chattahoochee River
Cost: $785
Ages: 13-18
Description: This camp is for any youth rowers and coxswains with a minimum of one season of experience. The camp will focus on the development of technique, maintenance of physical fitness, and preparation for competition. Rowers will have the opportunity to spend time in both sweep and sculling boats. Coxswains are encouraged and there will be time spent one-on-one with the coaches to develop skills.
The camp will culminate in a trip to Daytona Beach, FL to compete at the 21st Annual Halifax Summer Regatta. In addition to multiple racing opportunities, there will be an opportunity to enjoy some beach time with fellow campers.
Hosting Organization: St. Andrew Rowing Club
Contact: Jason Berric, coach.jasonberric@gmail.com
Website: https://www.standrewrowing.com/

Development Camp II: St. Andrew Rowing Club

Date(s): 6/5-7/17
Location: Roswell, GA
Body of Water: Chattahoochee River
Cost: $390 training/$600 travel
Ages: 14-19
Description: This camp is for any rowers with experience that want to compete at the highest level. The camp will focus on maintaining and improving fitness as well as improving technique. Rowers will spend time in both sculling and sweep boats with a strong focus on small boats.
Training builds towards competing against the top programs at Club Nationals in Cincinnati, OH. Rowers will compete multiple times against teams from across the country.

Hosting Organization: St. Andrew Rowing Club
Contact: Jake Kazlow, jacobkazlow@gmail.com
Website: https://www.standrewrowing.com/

Evergreen Rowing Camp

Date(s): July 23-27; July 30 – August 3; August 6-10
Location: Hanover, New Hampshire
Ages: High School
Description: We look forward to working with your young rower! In order to pay the deposit only, please use the following coupon codes at check out: Boarders will use the Coupon Code: BOARDER17 Day Campers will use the Coupon Code: DAYCAMP17
Amenities: Housing/Dorms
Contact: evergreenrowingcamp@gmail.com 

The Foundry U19 & U23 Development/Elite Program

Date(s): May 22- August 12
Location: Cleveland, OH
Body of Water: Cuyahoga River
Cost: $550
Ages: U19 and U23
Description: High-level training and performance for U19 and U23 athletes who are currently experienced rowers looking to hone their skill and achieve in top competitions in North America. All participants will experience positive growth and development, and select crews will compete in regattas.
Hosting Organization: The Foundry Community Rowing & Sailing Center
Contact: Laura Summers, lsummers@clevelandfoundry.org
Website: http://www.clevelandfoundry.org/Events.aspx

Gunnery Rowing Camp

Date(s): June 25-29, July 16-20, July 23-27
Location: Warren, CT
Body of Water: Lake Waramaug
Cost: $630 (week/day), $1150 (week boarding)
Ages: 13-1
Description: The Gunnery’s Summer Rowing Camp offers athletes in grades 7-12 a fun and positive environment to develop their rowing skills. Three one-week sessions will be offered in June and July for rowers of all skill levels. In addition to providing a safe, fun, and nurturing environment, our mission is threefold: introduce young athletes to the sport of rowing, help intermediate rowers improve their skills, and assist advanced rowers in refining their training and technique to improve performance. To achieve these goals, participants row two, two-hour sessions per day in both sweep, and sculling boats. Individualized video review, and instruction on the ergometer will also be used to teach and improve technique.

Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: The Gunnery School
Contact: Jesse Perkens, perkinsj@gunnery.org, Jesse Perkins C/O The Gunnery, 99 Green Hill Road, Washington, CT 06793
Coaches: Lincoln Turner, turnerl@gunnery.org

Website: https://www.gunnery.org/page/camps/rowing-camp

Intro to Rowing I

Date(s): 6/12-6/16, 6/19-6/23*, 6/26-6/30, 7/10-7/14*, 7/17-7/21, 7/24-7/28*
Location: Roswell, GA
Body of Water: Chattahoochee River
Cost: $150/$250* (half/all day*)
Ages: 6th-12th grade
Description: Saint Andrew Rowing Club (SARC) is pleased to offer the Summer 2017 Intro to Rowing Summer Camps! Intro to Rowing summer camps are offered to rising 6th through 12th graders wishing to learn the sport of rowing or improve their existing knowledge and skills in this majestic sport. SARC Intro to Rowing camps are one or two weeks long, with options to participate in the morning, evening, or all day sessions. We highly recommend that your athletes sign up for more than one week to gain a greater understanding and appreciation of the wonderful world of rowing, and learn what crew is all about.

Our experienced coaching staff and seasoned athlete-volunteers make our Intro to Rowing experience like none other. Campers will learn about the sport through hands on experience in eight and four-man rowing shells. Campers will also learn rowing safety, boat handling, terminology, and beginner-advanced rowing technique all while enjoying the beautiful Chattahoochee River. Additionally, our Intro to Rowing camps offer the most continuous time on the water of any rowing camp in the Metro Atlanta Area and they are an excellent preparation for rowers who may wish to join one of our squads in the fall!
Hosting Organization: Saint Andrew Rowing Club
Contact: Jason Berric, coach@standrewrowing.com 
Website: www.standrewrowing.com

Intro to Rowing II

Date(s): 6/12-6/23, 6/26-6/30 & 7/10-7/14, 7/17-7/28
Location: Roswell, GA
Body of Water: Chattahoochee River
Cost: $250
Ages: 6th-12th grade
Description: Saint Andrew Rowing Club (SARC) is pleased to offer the Summer 2017 Intro to Rowing Summer Camps! Intro to Rowing summer camps are offered to rising 6th through 12th graders wishing to learn the sport of rowing or improve their existing knowledge and skills in this majestic sport.

Our experienced coaching staff and seasoned athlete-volunteers make our Intro to Rowing experience like none other. Campers will learn about the sport through hands on experience in various boats. Campers will also learn rowing safety, boat handling, terminology, and beginner-advanced rowing technique all while enjoying the beautiful Chattahoochee River. Additionally, our Intro to Rowing camps offer the most continuous time on the water of any rowing camp in the Metro Atlanta Area and they are an excellent preparation for rowers who may wish to join one of our squads in the fall!

Prerequisites: rowers must have completed Intro to Rowing I and/or have rowing experience.

Hosting Organization: Saint Andrew Rowing Club
Contact: Jason Berric, coach@standrewrowing.com 
Website: www.standrewrowing.com

JU Dolphin Rowing Camp

Date(s): June 18 – 23 and June 25 – 30
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Body of Water: St. Johns River
Cost: Day $675/Overnight $875
Ages: 13-18
Description: This camp is a week long camp where you will practice on the St. Johns River out of the Negaard Boathouse, home of the JU Dolphins, and learn important techniques for erging, race prep and keeping your body fueled with the right nutrition. You will also learn valuable information on college admissions and training as a student-athlete all while staying on the Jacksonville University campus. Parents will get a front row view of racing on our final day.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: JU Rowing
Contact: Mike Lane, dolphinrowingcamp@gmail.com (215) 429-6624

Website: https://judolphinrowingcamp.com/

Lake Merritt Rowing Club Summer Youth Rowing

Date(s): June 26-30, July 10-14, July 24-28
Location: Oakland, CA
Body of Water: Lake Merritt
Cost: $150/week. Partial/full fee-waivers available
Ages: 12-18
Description: Campers learn to row in all kinds of boats from singles to eights under the supervision of two coaches and multiple experienced high-school-age interns. No experience necessary, all camps contain a mixture of new and experienced rowers and due to a wide range of equipment each rower can learn at his or her own pace. Each week contains two sessions: 9-12 in the morning and 1-4 in the afternoon.

The Lake Merritt Rowing Club is under Lake Chalet Restaurant. The door to the main boathouse is on the south side of the building.

Contact: Simone Aponte, summeryouthrowing@lakemerrittrowingclub.org
Hosting Organization: Lake Merritt Rowing Club

Coach(s): Chris Dadd, Brandon Caesar
Website: http://lakemerrittrowingclub.org/lessons/syr/

Learn to Row Youth & Experienced Youth Camp

Date(s): June 19 – August 18
Location: Newport Beach, California
Body of Water: Newport Harbor
Cost: Varies by program

Ages: 13-19
Description: We are pleased to offer a Learn to Row program for athletes interested in the sport of crew and also athletes interested in rowing for Newport Sea Base Rowing team for the 2017/2018 school year. We are also excited to offer a camp for experienced rowers who are looking to improve their technique on the water as well as their fitness.

Amenities: Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: Newport Sea Base Rowing
Contact: Michelle Green, rowing@seabaserowing.org

Website: http://www.seabaserowing.org/

Mercer Summer Rowing Camps

Date(s): Weeklong sessions in June – August
Location: West Windsor, New Jersey
Body of Water: Mercer Lake
Cost: $365
Ages: Rising 7th – 12th Grade
Description: All of these camps are 5 days long conducted during the day. Campers may sign up for multiple weeks with the first 4 weeks being an introduction to rowing and the final week in August being an Advanced camp. Campers must have completed one of the first 4 weeks prior to attending the Advanced camp.
Hosting Organization: Princeton National Rowing Association
Contact: Amanda Klaiber-Short, aklaibershort@rowpnra.org

Website: https://www.rowpnra.org/mercer-rowing/summer-camps/

MRC Advanced Summer Camp

Date(s): June 4 – July 21
Location: Camden County Boathouse 7050 N Park Dr., Pennsauken Township, NJ 08109
Body of Water: Cooper River
Cost: $900
Ages: 15-18
Description: A 7-week intensive camp for junior level boys and girls designed to empower experienced rowers with a stronger technical stroke and a better understanding of training methodology. Goal setting, self-reflection, and resiliency strategies are coupled with video analysis and ergometer training to enhance athletic performance. Rowers will compete at the USRowing Club Nationals and the Philly Youth Regatta. Rowers and coxswains should have completed one season of competitive rowing prior to acceptance. Limited to 14 ports, 14 starboards, and 4 coxswains.
Hosting Organization: Moorestown Rowing Club
Website: https://rowmrcsummer.weebly.com

Newport Rowing Club Learn-to-Row Camp

Date(s): Multiple sessions in June and July
Location: Newport, Delaware 
Body of Water: Christina River
Cost: $200
Ages: 11-18
Description: Newport Rowing Club’s Learn-to-Row Camp is an opportunity to learn a new life-long sport in a fun environment. The camp is open to kids entering 6th grade through 12th grade with little to no experience. Campers will learn the basics of the rowing stroke beginning on the indoor rowing machines. Guided by NRC’s experienced coaching staff and with the assistance of current athletes, the campers will then learn to row on the water. Campers will learn basic safety skills, oar handling, and the language of rowing through fun activities and guided drills on the water. Current NRC athletes will sandwich our on-the-water training with athletic games and stretching.
Hosting Organization: Newport Rowing
Contact: John B. Cohn, newportrowingclub@gmail.com

Website: http://www.newportrowingclub.org/summerltr

New York Athletic Club

Date(s): June 8- July 15
Location: Bronx, NY
Body of Water: Pelham Bay Lagoon
Cost: $400
Ages: 18-35
Description: The NYAC runs a competitive summer racing program with practices six days per week and races at Independence Day and USRowing Club Nationals.
Amenities: Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: New York Athletic Club
Contact: Robert Milam, nyacrowing@gmail.com
Website: www.nyac.org/rowing

Nike Women’s Crew Camp

Date(s): June 17-21, July 23-27
Location: Duke University
Ages: 13-19
Description: This camp is geared towards experienced rowers with at least one season of racing who want to get a feel for what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. There will be in depth education and discussion of the rowing stroke, training regimens, and racing tactics. Conditioning, strength training, and video analysis will take place, as well as exposing camp athletes to the collegiate recruitment process. Coxswains will be given individual feedback and the opportunity to review recordings of their calls. Coached by Chase Graham.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: Nike Crew Camps
Contact: crew@ussportscamps.com
Website: https://www.ussportscamps.com/crew/ussc/nike-womens-crew-camp-duke-university/#detailsContent

Northeast Rowing Center

Date(s): July 16 – 20 and July 23 – 27
Location: 
Raymond, Maine 
Cost: $1,250
Ages: 13-19
Description: A 6 day overnight rowing camp for high school aged coxswains and rowers alike. 
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: Northeast Rowing Center

Website: https://www.rowcamp.com/programs

North Orlando Rowing Camp

Date(s): Sweep, Beginner and Advanced June 4 -15th, June 18 – 29, July 2 – 13 (4 off), Sculling June 4 – 15, June 18-29
Location: Orlando, Florida

Cost: $250 per session
Ages: Middle School thru High School
Description: Join us for one of our two week camp sessions. Camp is offered for Middle School through High School aged children. There are 3 sessions for beginner to advanced sweep rowing and two sculling clinic sessions for experienced rowers. Join us on beautiful Lake Fairview with our excellent coaching staff.

 Session 1 and 2 sweep are from 8 AM to 12 PM. Sculling sessions are from 7 to 10:45. The third session of sweep camp will not have practice on July 4th. The time for camp days will be extended to 1 PM to make up for the day off. All camp attendees will get a t shirt.
Contact: Linda Binkley, info@northorlandorowing.org
Hosting Organization: North Orlando Rowing
Website: www.NorthOrlandoRowing.org

Pittsburgh Rowing Club Juniors & U23 Camp

Date(s): Session 1: June 11 – July 15, Session 2: July 23 – August 18
Location: Coraopolis, PA
Cost: $400
Ages: 13-22
Description: 
The focus of Pittsburgh Rowing Club’s summer rowing camp is to refine technique and performance in both sculling and sweep rowing and to build strength and endurance under the expertise of Coach Florin Curuea.  Practices will include both on the water and land training. Video review will be utilized. Practice times are as follows: Monday thru Friday 6:00 am – 8:00 am and Saturday 9:00 am – 11:00 am. Minimum 1 year rowing experience required.  College Rowers are welcome.

Hosting Organization: Pittsburgh Rowing Club
Contact: Florin Curuea
Website: http://www.pittsburghrowingclub.com

Pittsburgh Rowing Club Learn to Row For Juniors

Date(s): Session 1: July 16 to July 20, Session 2: August 13 to August 17
Location: Coraopolis, PA
Cost: $100
Ages: 13-18
Description: 
Pittsburgh Rowing Club is offering two Learn to Row sessions for Juniors this summer.  Our program is designed for those between the ages 13 and 18 with little or no rowing experience who would like to learn the basics of sculling and sweep rowing. Participants will learn about safety, rowing terminology, and proper rowing technique.

Participants will start out learning the correct form on a rowing machine and then move into 8+ (8 rowers with a coxswain), and then into 4x, 2x or 1x sculling shells.  Rowers are accompanied by a Coach in a launch (motorboat), who oversees the practice and advises on technique.

Hosting Organization: Pittsburgh Rowing Club
Contact: Florin Curuea
Website: http://www.pittsburghrowingclub.com

Quaker Rowing Camp

Date(s): July 16 – 20 and July 23 – 27
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Body of Water: Schuylkill River
Cost: Day $675/Overnight $1,175
Ages: 13-18
Description: The Quaker Rowing Camp is a week long camp where you will practice on the Schuylkill River out of Bachelor’s Barge House, home of the Drexel Dragons, and learn important techniques for erging, race prep and keeping your body fueled with the right nutrition. You will also learn valuable information on college admissions and training as a student-athlete all while staying on a college campus.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: Quaker Rowing
Contact: Mike Lane, quakerrowcamp@gmail.com (215) 429-6624

Website: https://quakerrowingcamp.com/

Ready Set Row Foundation Camp

Date(s): August 14 – August 19
Location: Dublin, New Hampshire
Body of Water: Dublin Lake
Cost: $1,395
Ages: 14-20
Description: RSR Foundation Camps focus on the athlete as a whole addressing technique, fitness, strength, nutrition and mental-skills training. Our athletes train on the water and in the weight-room, but also focus on fueling the machine, learning the proper maintenance for the machine and then follow a program for the machine (mental weight-lifting). We row, ERG, lift weights, grocery shop & cook, and work on resilience training through guided self-reflection.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Dublin School
Contact: Holly Austin, holly@readysetrow.com

Coach(es): Holly Austin, holly@readysetrow.com
Website: http://www.readysetrow.com/rsr-empowerment-camp/

Ready Set Row Foundation Camp – Middle School

Date(s): August 21 – August 24
Location: Dublin, New Hampshire
Body of Water: Dublin Lake
Cost: $1,095
Ages: 11-14
Description: RSR Foundation Camps focus on the athlete as a whole addressing technique, fitness, strength, nutrition and mental-skills training. Our athletes train on the water and in the weight-room, but also focus on fueling the machine, learning the proper maintenance for the machine and then follow a program for the machine (mental weight-lifting). We row, ERG, lift weights, grocery shop & cook, and work on resilience training through guided self-reflection. Junior female athletes only, no experience needed.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Dublin School
Contact: Holly Austin, holly@readysetrow.com

Coach(es): Holly Austin, holly@readysetrow.com
Website: http://www.readysetrow.com/rsr-empowerment-camp/

Ready Set Row Summer Development Camp

Date(s): June 18 – July 1
Location: Middletown, Delaware
Body of Water: Noxontown Pond
Cost: $4,899
Ages: 14-18
Description: RSR is not a normal summer rowing camp, nor is it a recreational rowing club. We are seeking junior female rowers who are willing and motivated to work hard. We will build up our athletes to make a team of strong, committed and resilient female leaders – an army of fighters. You will row twice a day, learn strength training and complete 60-90mins of mental skills training each day. You will learn and practice mental toughness, emotional management and distress tolerance. All of our athletes will race at the USRowing Club Nationals. If you are interested in pursuing any collegiate programs then you should join us. No other camp will give you the personal attention and mentoring that we commit to you.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Ready Set Row
Contact: Holly Austin, holly@readysetrow.com

Coach(es): Holly Austin, holly@readysetrow.com
Website: https://www.readysetrow.com

ROCCS Summer Rowing Camp

Date(s): June 26 – July 30
Location: Inverness, Florida
Body of Water: Lake Henderson
Cost: $190
Ages: Middle School and High School
Description: A Learn-to-Row camp not only focusing on the introduction to rowing, but fitness and nutrition. The camp includes team building exercises, along with many other fun on and off the water activities. 
Amenities: Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: ROCCS Crew
Contact: Reza Zakaria, roccs.inc@gmail.com

Website: www.crewroccs.com

Rockland Rowing Summer Race Team

Date(s): May 29 – August 12, 2018
Location: Rockland Lake State Park, Nyack NY
Body of Water: Rockland Lake
Cost: $600
Ages: U15, U17, U19 and U23.
Description: The focus is on preparing and racing at Schuylkill Navy, IDR, Club Nationals and Canadian Henley (select crews). 

Summer accommodations and jobs available with club members, please enquire. Flexible start date depending on when school let’s out.
Hosting Organization: Rockland Rowing
Contact: Melissa Boyd, melissa@rocklandrowing.org
Website: www.rocklandrowing.org

Row West Racing Camp

Date(s): June 16, 2018 – July 15, 2018
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Body of Water: Port of Los Angeles
Cost: Exact cost TBD. ~$4500-$5500. Includes housing, food, travel and participation in Club Nationals.
Ages: 15-18
Description: Our comprehensive, integrated approach to training will provide campers with the physical, mental and emotional tools they need to raise their level of performance in and out of the boat, all in an environment that emphasizes fun, hard work, teamwork and personal responsibility. We are committed to giving our campers a one-of-a-kind experience in which they will develop the physical fitness, commitment, mental toughness and self-confidence that are the hallmarks not just of outstanding athletes, but of exceptional people.
Campers will train 2-3 times per day and compete for seats in multiple entries for Club Nationals. Training will include on-the-water development, ergometer workouts, mental toughness training, nutrition courses and a number of other focused sessions to improve you as an overall athlete.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Row West Racing
Contact: Tricia Blocher, Rowwestracingcamp@gmail.com
Website: Rowwestracing.com

Sarasota Crew High Performance

Date(s): June 19 – July 16
Location: Osprey, Florida
Body of Water: Little Sarasota Bay
Cost: $2,800
Ages: U17 and U19
Description: Sarasota Crew High Performance Camp is a highly competitive summer rowing experience for U17&U19 men and women. Instruction in sweep, scull, erg & weight-lifting workouts. Team meetings, nutrition, race prep & video review. Tuition covers racing uni, Club Nationals costs & more! Application due 5/12
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sarasota Crew
Contact: Caitlynn Crouch, hpcamp@sarasotacrew.org

Website: https://sarasotacrew.org/en/programs/camps/hpcamp 

South Eugene Rowing Club Summer Camp

Date(s): July 21, July 22, July 23-27, July 30-Aug4
Location: Eugene, Oregon
Body of Water: Dexter Reservoir
Ages: Entering 8th – 12th grades
Description: Half-Day camp, bus provided from SEHS and back. Suitable for new rowers, boys and girls entering 8th through 12th grade (all schools welcome). Instagram: @eugenerowingclub
Amenities: Transportation
Hosting Organization: South Eugene Rowing Club
Contact: Spencer Kales, spencerkales@southeugenerowingclub.org

Website: https://southeugenerowingclub.org/summer-camp/

Sparks Adventure Program

Date(s): July 6-26
Location: Nelson, New Zealand
Body of Water: Nelson Harbor
Cost: $3,895
Ages: 14-18
Description: The title of this program says it all: it’s for the adventurous types. We designed the Nelson program for athletes seeking an intense social, small-boat experience to deepen their relationship with the sport. Students who arrive in Nelson willing to commit to three weeks of training and adventure tend to make the most progress, on and off the water. They benefit from the supportiveness of the Nelson Rowing Club community, New Zealand’s excellent record in the sport, and the natural beauty of the area. The program is suitable for mature high school rowers and rising college freshmen.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, international@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/new-zealand-adventure-camp/#camp-details

Sparks Camp at Columbia

Date(s): August 6-9
Location: Columbia University
Body of Water: Hudson River
Cost: $1,249
Ages: 14-18
Description: This camp is based on the same model as our 5 Day Camps, with the exception we are staffed mostly by Columbia coaches. The ideal participant wants to know more about the technical aspects of their rowing and their future possibilities in the sport. Every camp involves pre-camp goal setting to create intention, individual meetings with top tier coaches to inform them, and a training program meant to teach the technical aspects of rowing and coxing while maintaining a positive, fun environment. Campers are also assessed on land and using OarSmart technology to create a personalized profile outlining their strengths and weaknesses. Each camper receives a six week training program designed to help them improve going into their next season. Our 5 Day camps are the widest insofar as the scope of students we seek to meet, though when students possess intention prior to camp we enjoy incredible outcomes for the timespan.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, camp@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/columbia-rowing-camp/#camp-overview

Sparks Camp at UPenn

Date(s): July 25-29 and August 1-5
Location: University of Pennsylvania
Body of Water: Schuylkill River
Cost: $1,295
Ages: 15-18
Description: This camp is based on the same model as our other 5 Day camps, with the exception we are staffed mostly by Penn coaches. The ideal participant wants to know more about the technical aspects of their rowing and their future possibilities in the sport. Every camp involves pre-camp goal setting to create intention, individual meetings with top tier coaches to inform them, and a training program meant to teach the technical aspects of rowing and coxing while maintaining a positive, fun environment. Our 5 Day camps are the widest insofar as the scope of students we seek to meet, though when students possess intention prior to camp we enjoy incredible outcomes for the timespan.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, camp@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/penn-summer-rowing-camp/#camp-overview

Sparks Camp at Wesleyan

Date(s): July 18 – July 22
Location: Middletown, Connecticut 
Body of Water: Connecticut River
Cost: $1,379
Ages: 14-18
Description: Built from the ground up, this camp utilizes the popular rowing camp schedule with an array of top tier coaches from different programs to support juniors seeking inspiration and growth in the sport. The ideal participants want to know more about the technical aspects of their rowing and their future possibilities in the sport. Camp involves pre-camp goal setting to create intention, individual meetings with top tier coaches to inform them, and a training program meant to teach the technical aspects of rowing and coxing while maintaining a positive, fun environment. Our 5 Day camps are the widest insofar as the scope of students we seek to meet, though when students possess intention prior to camp they enjoy incredible outcomes for the time span.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, camp@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/summer-rowing-camp/#camp-overview

Sparks Coxswains Only Camp

Date(s): July 24-28 and July 31 – August 4
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
Body of Water: Oklahoma River
Cost: $2,250
Ages: 14-19
Description: An intense coxswain camp. Participants are publicly (and supportively) critiqued by the coaches, their fellow coxswains, and, eventually, themselves. Our Coxswain Only Camps are designed for highly competitive, advanced coxswains seeking to gain a structure to develop and differentiate themselves. Coxswains are challenged to openly critique themselves, looking constantly at what they could be doing better. The feedback, amount of information, and long, hot days can be overwhelming for some coxswains. We found those who are highly dedicated to improving and tackling new challenges benefit the most from this camp. Successful participants are able to return to their programs with improved skills, insight, and the motivation to continue improving throughout their season and beyond.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, camp@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/coxswains-only-camp/#camp-overview

Sparks Development Camp

Date(s): June 19- July 21
Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Body of Water: Otago Harbour
Cost: $5,750
Ages: 16-19
Description: Our Development program in Dunedin is our first international program and remains by far the most arduous. It is designed for thoughtful, dedicated, and resilient students seeking challenging experiences to better enable their development in and relationship with the sport. Successful participants have possessed a high degree of athleticism, thoughtfulness, and commitment to their overall development, rowing and beyond. The majority of participants improve their 2k score, however, the program is too demanding to offer a reasonable cost-benefit (financial and emotional) if participants only seek better ergometer scores. Dunedin is best suited for students who are rising high school seniors or older and who are planning to row at the university level or beyond.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, international@sparksconsult.com

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

Sparks Dutch Racing Program

Date(s): June 19 – July 2
Location: Amsterdam, Holland
Body of Water: Amstel River
Cost: $3,495
Ages: 14-18
Description: A program for athletes looking to scull, explore the beautiful Dutch countryside and culture, and race at a national regatta on the Bosbaan. We designed this program for competitive athletes with sculling experience who seek to advance in the sport while enjoying Holland. Technical instruction is second to none and students seeking to explore their on-water technique via coaching and conversation are encouraged to apply. The racing component of this program is a nice capstone, but the real benefit comes from the overall environment – including time spent with host families and bicycling around Amsterdam. 
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, international@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/dutch-rowing-program/

Sparks Italian Program

Date(s): July 5-19
Location: Turin, Italy
Body of Water: Po River
Cost: $3,295
Ages: 14-18
Description: Our Italy program is designed for athletes who want develop their skills on the water in small boats and gain a deeper appreciation of foreign cultures. Students train with Italian juniors, work with Italian adaptive rowers, and travel to a senior national team regatta in Switzerland, allowing them to enjoy the fun of new experiences coupled with the challenge of a small language barrier. 
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, international@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/italian-rowing-program/#camp-overview

Sparks Seattle Camp

Date(s): August 14-18
Location: Seattle, Washington
Body of Water: Lake Washington
Cost: $1,295
Ages: 14-18
Description: This camp utilizes the popular rowing camp schedule with an array of top tier coaches from different programs to support juniors seeking inspiration and growth in the sport. The ideal participants want to know more about the technical aspects of their rowing and their future possibilities in the sport. Camp involves pre-camp goal setting to create intention, individual meetings with top tier coaches to inform them, and a training program meant to teach the technical aspects of rowing and coxing while maintaining a positive, fun environment. Campers are also assessed on land and using OarSmart technology to create a personalized profile outlining their strengths and weaknesses. Each camper receives a six week training program designed to help them improve going into their next season. Our 5 Day camps are the widest insofar as the scope of students we seek to meet, though when students possess intention prior to camp they enjoy incredible outcomes for the time span.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Sparks Consulting
Contact: Dave Payne, camp@sparksconsult.com

Website: http://sparksconsult.com/rowing-camps/seattle-summer-rowing-camp/#camp-overview

Steel City Canadian Henley Training

Date(s): July 17 – August 13, 2018
Location: Steel City Rowing Club, Verona, PA
Body of Water: Allegheny River, Pittsburgh; Martindale Pond, St. Catharines, Ontario
Cost: $3,650 (Boarding) $2,400 (Day Camper)
Ages: 14-18
Description: Steel City Rowing’s Competitive Henley Camp is designed for rowers focused on achieving a high level of success at The Royal Canadian Henley. The practices are rigorous and led by top level coaches. During training, rowers will have the opportunity to refine their technique both in sculling and sweep boats, while building strength and endurance. Athletes will be trained with on-the-water skill development, at least twice a day, plenty of video feedback and auxiliary physical and mental conditioning. All on-site in our world class facility. Please call (412) 828-5565 with any further questions.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Steel City Rowing Club (101 Arch St. Verona, PA 15147)
Contact: Sarah Humphrey, sarah@steelcityrowing.org
Website: http://steelcityrowing.org/canadian-henley-camp-2018

Summer Sculling Camp

Date(s): June 19 – July 21
Location: Bladensburg, Maryland
Body of Water: Anacostia River
Cost: $550/week
Ages: 12-18
Description: Learn to row or improve your rowing with a week of sculling in small boats. All skill levels welcome. Activities will include rowing, exploring the Anacostia river, and learning the disciplines of crew. A minimum of three students required for camp to run.
Hosting Organization: Washington Rowing School
Contact: Cindy Cole, info@washingtonrowingschool.com

Website: http://www.washingtonrowingschool.com/

TBC Men’s Development

Date(s): June 11 to August 12
Location: Thompson Boat Center, Washington DC
Body of Water: Potomac River
Cost: $400
Ages: 18-30
Description: Summer development for varsity level male rowers in the DC area. Practice runs from 6-730am daily and 6-8pm twice a week.
Hosting Organization: TBC Racing
Contact: Lee Rumpf r.lee.rumpf@gmail.com
Website: TBCRacing.org

Tennessee Small Boat Camp

Date(s): June 22-24
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee
Body of Water: Tennessee River
Cost: $375
Ages: 13-18
Description: The Rowing Camp at the University of Tennessee is a unique opportunity for high school rowers to improve their technique and work on racing skills in an individualized setting. While spending time both sweeping and sculling, the camp will provide each athlete plenty of individualized coaching attention and time to breakdown the various aspects of the rowing stroke. Practices during the camp will take place at the Vol Rowing Boathouse located just steps from campus. This three-day camp is the perfect pre-cursor to summer competition and a great way to build enthusiasm for continued training.
Hosting Organization: University of Tennessee
Contact: Sarah Arms, sarms@utk.edu

Website: https://tennesseesportcamps.com/ 

USRowing Official Summer Development Camps

Description: USRowing is pleased to announce the 2017 Under 23 and Senior Development Camps. All interested athletes must apply for acceptance to a development camp directly through USRowing and it’s website. See individual camp postings for additional information. Follow the link below for more information. Camps may continue to accept athlete applications at their discretion, but at the minimum until April 20th. Athletes are encouraged to apply to Development Camps prior to April 20th.
Website: http://www.usrowing.org/2017-development-camps/

Wahoo Rowing Camp

Date(s): June 17-22; June 24-29; July 1-July 6; July 8-13; July 15-20; July 22-27
Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
Body of Water: Rivanna Reservoir
Cost: $1,090
Ages: High School Boys
Description: 


Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room, Transportation
Hosting Organization: Virginia Rowing Association
Contact: Sarah Healy, summercamp@virginiarowing.org

Website: https://aig.alumni.virginia.edu/virginiarowing/wahoo-rowing-camp-for-boys-summer-2018/

Washington Rowing Camp

Date(s): 6/18-7/16
Location: Seattle, Washington
Body of Water: Lake Washington
Cost: $2,000
Ages: 13-18
Hosting Organization: Seattle Area Rowing Association
Contact: Sergio Espionza, washingtonrowingcamp@gmail.com

Website: https://washingtonrowingcamps.com/

 

 

William and Mary Rowing Club Summer Camp

Date(s): July 1-6, 8-13, 15-20
Location: Williamsburg, Virginia
Body of Water: Chickahominy River
Cost: $650
Ages: 13-18
Description: The William and Mary Rowing Camp is for intermediate/ advanced rowers and coxswains aged 13-18. It costs $600 ($650 if you book after May 1st!) Each session will begin on Sunday with check-in and introductions and will culminate in an intra-camp race on Friday afternoon. We focus on the technique and fundamentals of sweep rowing, and participants will train twice daily with our coaching staff and varsity rowers. There will, of course be a focus on rowing, but campers will also get to experience life at the second-oldest college in the nation and will take part in fun activities on our campus.
Amenities: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Transportation
Hosting Organization: William and Mary Rowing Club
Contact: Jessica Wakelinwilliamandmarycrew@gmail.com
Crew Club at WM , C/O Recreational Sports, PO Box 8795, Williamsburg VA 23187
Coach(es): Graham Ludmer, williamandmarycrew@gmail.com
Website: http://www.wmrowing.org/camp

Women Intermediate Sweep Rowing Camp

Date(s): January 13-15, 2018
Location: San Diego, California
Body of Water: Mission Bay
Cost: $600
Ages: Masters
Description: Three days of rowing in San Diego California. Saturday and Sunday sessions will be conducted 8-2:30, Monday, 7-11am. Focus will be on improving technique with guest speaker, Bob Ernst. Lunch and snacks are included.
Amenities: Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: ZLAC Rowing Club
Contact: Chris Shannonchriss-snipe2009@cox.net

Coach(es): Chris Shannonchriss-snipe2009@cox.net
Website: http://www.zlacmasters.com/

Women Learn to Row

Date(s): May 1 – October 31
Location: San Diego, California
Body of Water: Mission Bay
Cost: $275
Ages: 18+
Description: 5 session programs beginning at the start of May which will focus on new athletes learning the basics of the stroke and the vocabulary along with gaining on the water experience.
Amenities: Showers/Locker Room
Hosting Organization: ZLAC Rowing Club
Contact: Chris Shannonchriss-snipe2009@cox.net

Coach(es): Chris Shannonchriss-snipe2009@cox.net
Website: http://www.zlacmasters.com/

 

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