Youth Grades 6-12
It’s time to hit the water! Starting June 15th we’re offering beginner and advanced summer camp sessions for Grades 6 through 12.
For beginners: We recommend our four-week beginner’s camp which runs from June 15th-July 10th, Monday through Friday from 9:00am-1200pm. You’ll be paired with kids your same age and size, learning the basics of how to row as a team. You’ll build fitness, confidence, and friendships while learning about the greatest Olympic sport there is. Click the button for “beginners” below to get started. Early drop-off 30 mins prior to start is available. If you cannot make the full four weeks, we offer a two-week option that starts June 29th and concludes July 10th. The cost is $250/week.
For returning / experienced rowers: Take your skills to the next level over a four-week intensive camp that builds the speed and coordination you’ll need to race well and win. Camp starts June 15th and ends July 10th. Sessions run Monday through Friday from 8:30am-11:30am.
ADULTS - LEARN TO ROW CLASSES
Each “Learn To Row” (LTR) class consists of two 3-hour sessions, for a total of 6 hours of training, for $150/person. We offer these conveniently on a Saturday-Sunday, allowing you to learn the fundamentals in a single weekend. Depending on class size, LTR teaches the basic skills of either “sculling” or “sweep” rowing, many aspects of which are interchangeable. Following completion of this class, adults can join our Adult Novice group or one of our competitive teams.
We are always updating this page with new class dates and times. If you don’t want to wait, contact us to schedule your private lessons. See you on the water!
Instructions for all NPBRC classes and camps:
- Please fill our our online waiver here.
- Please register online, where you can pay by credit card.
- Payment must be received before beginning your first class. Cancellation within 24 hours are non-refundable.
- Please be on time or a few minutes early! We will meet inside the fence line at 13425 Ellison Wilson promptly at the start of class.
- Coaches may re-schedule a session in the event of inclement weather
- Bring a bottle of water and sunscreen if desired
- We recommend athletic attire and sandals or water-shoes
- Expect to be in waist-level water each class
What’s the difference between “Sculling” and “Sweep” rowing? Click here to find out.
NPBRC offers our site as a winter training destination for northern rowers frozen in during the winter. It’s never too soon to reserve a spot for your team to get a jump on the season. Log miles on the water when your competition is stuck on ergs. Contact us for visiting team prices or to tailor a plan for your crew.