Lake Union Crew Junior Summer Camp
- Seattle, Washington
- Vist Camp Website
Looking for something to do during the summer that is fun, exciting and challenging? Then come row with Lake Union Crew and do something different and positive with your summer vacation. Meet new friends, learn a cool sport, and spend the day on the water. We are dedicated to providing a fun, unique, and challenging experience that you will not forget.
We accept rowers as young as 12 years old in our sessions. All campers are required to pass a float test which LUC must keep on file- it's always a good idea to have the lifeguard stamp/sign a few float tests in case you need an original for another activity.
An exciting way to get on the water
Learn a unique and fun sport
Make new friends
Work on technique an focusing
Full day rowers learn to scull in smaller boats too
Coxswains: Experienced coxswains participate in camp free of charge with camp directors permission, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Increase coxing skills
Challenge yourself with different boats and lineups
Meet new friends and potential teammates
We offer four different camp sessions throughout the summer that last two weeks each. Camp runs Monday through Thursday and there are two options, morning only (9:30am-12:30pm) or full day (9:30am-4:30pm). CAMP DOES NOT RUN ON FRIDAYS.
Daily Camp Schedule
9:30-10:00am Attendance and warm up/stretching
10:00-12:15am Rowing activities
12:15-12:30pm Dock and put away equipment
End of morning session and camper pick up
1:15-2:45pm Small boats (Singles, doubles)
2:45-4:15pm Medium boats (fours and quads)
4:15 -4:30pm Dock and put away equipment
If you have any questions about the Summer Camp or summer rowing at LUC, please contact us at email@example.com.
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