Florida Rowing Center Camps 5 Reviews

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Camp Details

The Florida Rowing Center, established in 1985, offers sculling instruction for competitors and beginners. The center operates from mid-December to May attracting experienced and beginner scullers from the United States, Canada, and Europe. Professional coaching, first rate facilities, and a protected 1.5-mile long lake in sunny Palm Beach County make the Florida Rowing Center winter's premier sculling destination.

Masters, scholastic, elite, and recreational rowers will improve their single sculling skills on Lake Wellington through lessons with our coaches, by practicing drills, and with daily individual video critique of technique. Our coaches place a priority on a personal approach and creating a positive learning environment. Small groups allow each sculler to work closely with our staff to accomplish their goals for the session.

There is a choice of accomodations near the center. Minutes from quality beaches, an international airport, and major thoroughfares, the Florida Rowing Center is conveniently located. Read through our web site and find out more about our programs, location, coaching staff, equipment, and schedule.

A visit to the Florida Rowing Center is a perfect choice if you want to improve your sculling skills for competition or recreation.

We offer a 10% discount to those who book their session at least one month in advance.

Group rates are available upon request.

Reviews

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- Lorea Wetten 03-02-2013

Gordon Hamilton and the FRC staff are fantastic coaches! My week there totally changed my rowing and helped me to excel as a competitive single sculler. I already have a return trip booked and can see this becoming an annual routine.

- Alpha Marriott 05-13-2011

wonderful introduction for this master rower

- Rosalyn Wiggins 05-13-2011

Wellington is a just a wonderful place to row [or ride horses!]

- Reena 02-15-2016

For intermediate and beginning rowers, this is not your place. Gordon Hamilton was a bully to those who are not master rowers. Mr Hamilton gave NO personal instructions to those not master rows and actually made "jokes" in class concerning a beginner. I had a nice time with the other rowers and Harvey was a super nice guy and did help with my technique. Beware though!! If you.get on Mr Hamilton's bad side, which I did, by showing up 15 minutes late on the first day, your in for a BAD experience. When I called to complain, someone remarked "Well, he hasnt done this in a,LONG time"

- Donna Morris-Calvey 11-28-2017

Meet Leanne

Director of Counseling

Leanne has guided countless families through the rowing recruiting and college admissions process since joining Sparks in 2010. A lightweight rower at the U.S. Naval Academy, former helicopter pilot and Division I rowing coach, Leanne will hold her M.Ed. in Higher Education from George Washington with a concentration in policy and finance by 2018 and also holds a graduate certificate in College Counseling from UCLA. She is a member of IECA, the Independent Educational Consultants Association.


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