|Cavalier Rowing Camp at the University of Virginia
Cavalier Rowing Camp offers comprehensive individual technical feedback and training instruction in both sculling and sweeping in a supportive and fun environment from the championship staff of the University of Virginia. Open to female rowers and coxswains of all experience levels aged 13-18. Sessions: June 19-23 and June 26-30
|Charles River Rowing Camps at Harvard University
Rowing instruction by world-class coaches and Olympic athletes for high-school age women and men. Emphasis on technical development in team boats. Row from Harvard's distinguished Weld and Newell Boathouses.
|Northeast Rowing Center
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. August 21-27, 2016.
|Pocock Rowing Center Select Racing Camps
The Pocock Rowing Center's Junior Select Racing Camps are high-performance, small boats camps. Athletes will increase boat feel, strength and oarsmanship training to compete at the BC Championships in Canada. Dates: June 27-July 22. Additional summer camp options for Youth and Juniors, including learn to row camps, also available.
|Princeton Winter Rowing Clinic
Do you want to make a better crew on your team this year? Looking to perform better at the major regattas this spring? The Princeton Winter Rowing Clinics provide an opportunity for determined rowers to stay motivated, improve their skills and learn better ways to approach the upcoming high school racing season and beyond.
|Providence Rowing Camp at Brown University
The Providence Rowing Camp at Brown University provides a fun and exciting atmosphere where high school aged (14-18) athletes can learn from top-level coaches how to improve technique, develop racing skills and work in team boats. The camp is open to any and all boys and girls will run in two weeklong sessions, August 15-19
Spain, Germany, France... where do you want to row? ROW ABROAD offers multi week programs in sculling and cultural exchange for high school age rowers looking to improve technical rowing skills, while offering a rich multi-cultural growth experience. A once in a lifetime experience.
|Row West Racing Camp
Row West is a high performance racing camp for girls ages 14-18 based in West Sacramento, CA. Our comprehensive training program provides campers with the physical, mental and emotional tools they need to raise their level of performance in and out of the boat while they prepare to compete at the USRowing Club National Championships. June 17-July 17, 2016
|Stanford High-Performance Rowing Camp
Stanford High-Performance Camp gives high-school rowers the opportunity to live and train like Division-I athletes at the nation's top athletic university. Campers stay on Stanford's beautiful campus and receive water, erg, and weight room instruction from Stanford's varsity coaches. July 12-15 and August 9-12, 2016. Open to any and all entrants.
|UC San Diego Boys and Girls Crew Camp
UC San Diego Rowing invites you to participate in our 2016 summer rowing camp. Our camp will focus on technique, conditioning, and race strategy. There is no better place to be this summer than our beautiful boathouse in Mission Beach and our newly renovated athletic training facility. July 24-29, 2016. Sign up Now! Space is limited
|Upper River Boat Club
Upper River Boat Club (formerly PSC) is the nation’s only residential camp racing at Club Nationals and Canadian Henley. Our focus is on small-boat skills in sculling and sweep; our athletes get access to top-level equipment, training water, coaches and teammates. If you’re ready to make new friends and take your rowing to a whole new level, check out URBC!
|Youth Rowing Clinics - Riverfront Recapture
Experienced college coaches teach high school-aged students at four-day and two-day clinics hosted by Riverfront Recapture. Coaches teach beginning and experienced students in a fun and supportive atmosphere and discuss topics such as Nutrition, Rowing in College, Improving your 2K. Four-day: June 27rd – 30th; Weekend clinic: August 6th and 7th.