Day Camp 8-15 (Weekly)

Covid-19 and Day Camp 8-15 (Weekly)

The club is pleased to offer a day camp for the 2020 season. The Covid-19 pandemic imposes several constraints, particularly on the use of boats and access to the building. We had to modify the day camp formula accordingly.

Subscriptions are offered on a weekly basis from June 22 to August 21 for half-days from 1 pm to 4 pm.

There can only be 10 teens in the morning and 10 other teens in the afternoon. This limitation on the number of registrations is due by the obligation to row alone and by the limited number of boats available.

Access to the interior of the club is not permitted in order to comply with the hygiene measures required by Public Health, the city of Montreal and the Association québécoise d’aviron. Consequently, it will not be possible:

  • to leave personal effects inside the club,
  • to have a meal inside the club.

However, a room will be made available at the Maison du Brasseur in the event of bad weather.

If the guidelines on rowing during the pandemic change, we will inform you and adapt our formula.

Weekly registration

This day camp is for children and teenagers between 8 and 15 years old.

Rowing is…

One of the oldest Olympic sports

A gliding sport that takes place on water, in safe crafts of 1, 2, 4 or 8 rowers

A sport of complete physical endurance that will enhance coordination and concentration

A mixed sport, accessible for children as young as 8 years old

Camp objectives

  • Help young athletes discover rowing in a safe environment under the supervision of qualified instructors
  • Encourage physical exercise amongst young people
  • Introduce these youths to a competitive sport
  • Develop their sense of pride in belonging on a team

Development : By participating in our day camp (8-15 years old, weekly), young rowers forge strong links with other youngsters their age, marked by unforgettable moments that teach them to work together as a team. From the age of 16, they can transition if they wish, to our competitive team (see Competitive Program).


The camp begins at 1 pm and ends at 4 pm.

During the day, going out on the water is interspersed with small lectures and activities out of the water.

All technical equipment is provided (boat, paddles, life jackets).  Young people who have previously been to our camp – can enroll again as the learning objectives are adjusted according to the level of knowledge of children enrolled.

Light rain or drizzle does not stop us from getting out on the water. However, strong winds, waves and storms will necessitate off-water activities, which again are conducted by our monitors

It is very important that our young members follow the Club’s instructions.

Mandatory Equipment

Recommended dress code

  • Sweater… Avoid loose sweaters because they can get caught in the seat rails
  • Above the knee shorts or cycling pants
  • Cap or hat
  • Sunglasses
  • A change of clothes … because sometimes you will get wet!
  • Old pair of socks … they are required when fixed-shoe boats are used
  • Older sneakers that can tolerate being wet

Cold Lunch

Sun screen (a must, as we are always under the sun when on the water)

Water bottle

Sweaters and caps bearing the image of the club are available for purchase.

Camp weeks for 2020

  • Week of June 22
  • Week of June 29
  • Week of July 6 (Sold out)
  • Week of July 13 (Sold out)
  • Week of July 20
  • Week of July 27
  • Week of August 3
  • Week of August 10
  • Week of August 17

2020 rates

120$ per week (including a camp tshirt)

Download and fill the registration form.

CampJour-août-2020 PDF

CampJour-août-2020 excel