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#Madsculls Youth Rowing Summer Camp @ Kingston Rowing Club

Calling adventurous 10-14 year-olds! Are you looking for an opportunity to learn a new sport and develop new skills in a fun camp environment this summer?

The Kingston Rowing Club will once again be offering a summer day camp for kids aged 10-14. Have fun, meet new friends and learn basic rowing skills!

#MadSculls Youth Camp is a half-day camp. A full-day option is available through a partnership with the Kingston STEAMworks summer camp, located at the Woolen Mill. Please note that registration for this afternoon camp will need to be completed at the STEAMworks website (


8:30 am – 12:30 pm at the Kingston Rowing Club, 1 Cataraqui St.

Optional: 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm at the Woolen Mill, 4 Cataraqui St /109

Session Dates:

Afternoons with the STEAMworks summer camp:

Children taking part in the afternoon session will be escorted by Kingston Rowing Club staff to the Woolen Mill (4 Cataraqui St) at 12:30 pm daily.  Pick-up is 4:30 pm daily, with a late pick-up option being offered by STEAMworks.

Why row?

Rowing is a calming sport, especially in the morning when the water is tranquil and the setting on the river is peaceful.

Rowing is an excellent form of exercise, not only because it is good for your health, but also because it can be done solo or in a group to build teamwork. Spending time on the water is relaxing and motivating, and once you learn the proper technique it can offer a tremendous amount of health benefits.  Rowing offers a full-body exercise.This is the perfect opportunity for youth to determine whether they want to try rowing for their high school, giving them a chance to enjoy all the benefits this great sport has to offer.


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We look forward to seeing you on the water this summer! Row with us. Grow with us.

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