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Summer camps at Kenmore Community Rowing Club


KCRC offers youth rowing camps in summer and winter for high school students (9th – 12th grade). Campers will learn proper rowing technique, as well as the fundamentals of physical training for the sport. For experienced high school rowers/coxswains, there may also be the opportunity for regattas.


Team Training Camp, Experienced 9th – 12th graders*

Overview: Coming fresh off the Spring Season, or prepping for the Fall, our Team Training Camp will continue to develop rowers and coxswains in the off season. Camp features both sweeps and sculling; rowers will get the opportunity to learn to cox! and coxswains get the opportunity to learn to row! Focused on fun, but also working on athletic and skill development to help you reach your crew goals. Open to all 9th graders+ who have participated in at least 1 ‘fall’ or ‘spring’ season, not restricted to Northshore School District students.


Dates: 2 week camps, M/T/W/Th

  • Session 1 – July 10 – July 21

  • Session 2 – July 24 – August 4

  • Session 3 – August 7 – August 18

  • Session 4 – August 21 – September 1

Time: 9:00 – 12:00

Cost: $290/camp

Experience: This camp is designed for high school (9th-12th grade) rowers and coxswains with at least 1 ‘fall’ or ‘spring’ season.

*8th graders accepted on a case by case basis


Youth Learn to Row Camp, 9th – 12th graders

Overview: Join us and try a new, fun, outdoor sport! Learn to Row Camp is open for 9th graders and older. You’ll be introduced to the ‘ultimate team sport’, develop new skills, meet new students, and spend the summer out on the water. Open to all 9th graders+, not just Northshore School District students.


Dates: 4 week camps, M/W/F

  • Session 1 – July 10 – August 4

  • Session 2 – August 7 – September 1

Time: 1:00 – 3:30pm

Cost: $400/camp

Experience: This camp is designed for new high school (9th-12th grade) students with no prior rowing experience.

Daily Schedule: Athletes will learn to row on the stationary rowing machines (ergs). They will also learn to move boats, to row and most of the day will be spent on the water learning about rowing.

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