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Welcome new and returning rowers!

Registration Steps

Step 1:

  • Register with Camp Randall Rowing Club and pay fees. You can pay on Boathouse Connect by credit card (credit card processing fee added) or ACH (processing fee added, lower than for cc), or you can mail a check to the PO Box on the bottom of this page. Select the program you want to register for and follow the directions:

    • If you are registering for the Junior Program,

      • If you are a NEW rower in the Junior Program and do not yet have a Boathouse Connect account:

        1. Click on the "Sign Up: New rowers" button below and create a new Boathouse Connect account (for the rower, not the parent). This process will gather the necessary information about the new team member.

        2. The rower will be added to the "Junior Team: 2024 01 Spring/Summer" group.

        3. Once the request to join this group is approved by our registrar, the account will be charged for the season's fees using the credit card on file. If you did not provide a credit card when you set up the account, send a check to PO Box 258160, Madison, WI 53725-8160. Rowers need to be registered and paid for before starting practice for the season.

      • If you are a returning rower in the Junior Program:

        1. Login to Boathouse Connect (rower's account)

        2. If you wish to pay by credit card or ACH, confirm that you have the account information on file (under My Finances).

        3. Browse to Groups --> My Groups and click on the "Junior Team: 2024 01 Spring/Summer" group.

        4. In the group details pane, click the "Join Group" button.

        5. Once the registrar approves your Join Group request, the account will be charged for the season's fees. If you have a credit card or ACH on file with your Boathouse Connect account, the payment will be processed automatically. If you did not provide account information, send your check to If you did not provide a credit card when you set up the account, send a check to PO Box 258160, Madison, WI 53725-8160. Rowers need to be registered and paid for before starting practice for the season.

  • If you are registering for Learn to Row Summer Camp, use the appropriate "Register for Camp Here" button below to be directed to a registration form. Complete this form and our registrar will be in touch with more details and payment information.

  • If you are registering for We Can Row, use the "Sign Up: We Can Row" button below to be directed to Boathouse Connect. You will be prompted to set up an account. Set up the account with your details.

  • Those seeking financial assistance, see links to application forms below.

Step 2:

  • Complete a US Rowing Membership

    • Go to US Rowing's website and sign up for the Individual Basic membership unless you/your athlete expects to compete at Nationals, in which case rowers should sign up for the Championship membership. CRRC's Club Code is QUBXG

Step 3:

  • Sign up for TeamApp

    • This our online community and the main source of club communications, including weekly junior program newsletters, group chats, regatta organization, and even carpool coordination. Select the communication group(s) that are appropriate for your involvement with the club

    • Questions about TeamApp? Email for assistance.

Currently Available Registrations

Junior Team

Summer Session

June 17-August 2. Practice is M-F, 6:00 -8:00 am (athletes do not have to attend all practices; they are required to communicate their attendance plans so coaches can plan ). Registration fee TBD.

Junior Team

Fall-Winter Session

August 12 - February. Practice is M-F 4:45 - 6:45 pm and  Sa 7:00 - 9:00 am. Registration fee: $1,750.

Learn to Row Summer Camps

Learn to Row Summer Camps are offered weekly from late June - mid August. These one-week camps offer morning or afternoon options. All kids entering grades 6-12 in the fall are welcome regardless of experience. Camp fees: $250/week.

We Can Row

We Can Row strives to promote physical wellness through rowing for female cancer survivors in an environment of support and safety. Practice times are worked out by the group (usually Saturday mornings). Registration fee: TBD.

All rowers must have registered, paid fees, and completed required paperwork in order to participate in practices and regattas.


Future Registration Opportunities
  • Middle School Program (fall 2024)

Sometimes we offer a Saturday "skills clinic" for our middle school program and other times we offer a 2-days-per-week program (one after school day plus Saturday. Our game-based instruction will keep young minds engaged and provides the foundation of strength training for young rowers. Sessions include an aspect of basic rowing, terminology, and/or water safety along with athletic games and community building. Rowing is a sport that requires teamwork so that will be our focus! Fees range from $200-400 depending on the program (days per week and number of weeks).  Email for more information or to be notified when we start gearing up to offer the Middle School Program again.

Financial Assistance

Camp Randall Rowing Club is committed to giving any youth interested in rowing an opportunity to be part of this sport. The club created a financial assistance program to provide funds for families needing financial assistance.

Over the years, this scholarship program has helped to open doors for many students, giving them an opportunity to achieve new goals athletically as well as personally. Many continue with rowing to become collegiate rowers with opportunities for college scholarships. Financial assistance is an important factor in cultivating our membership and promoting enrollment by awarding eligible families the monetary boost needed to bring rowing costs within their reach. The club benefits when rowers from all backgrounds can participate. Please apply if financial assistance would enable your youth to participate. You can count on discreet and thoughtful consideration.

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