When should my camper arrive in Austin?
Campers may arrive any time between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. on the first day of camp.
If flying, campers should plan to arrive between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m..
If flying alone, campers can select an aiport pick-up and drop-off during registration. Flights may arrive anytime before 1 p.m., however the earliest pick-up will be at 11 a.m.
When does camp end?
Camp wraps up on Friday morning. Campers may be picked up at the boathouse (300 Hearn St) between 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. or at the dormitory between 10:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
The final day of camp will include racing and parents are welcome to come watch.
Campers flying home should book a flight for a time after 12:30 p.m.. Between 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. are the best times to fly out.
How should we get to camp?
Campers may either fly into Austin-Bergstrom International Airport or drive/bus/bike to campus. Please park in the Brazos Garage for loading and unloading. The first 30 minutes of parking are free.
May campers arrive at camp unaccompanied?
Yes. Please select the mode of transportation they will be taking in the consent forms (See - Camp Documents)
Campers checking themselves in and out of camp without specific transportation details must be at least 15 years of age.
However, campers under 15 may fly/bike/bus to camp alone as long as their details are given to the camp director previously.
If camper is staying overnight and driving themselves, they will need to park at 300 Hearn St and they will be driven onto campus by counselor. Car keys will be given to counselor until the end of camp. Campers will NOT have access to their car during camp. If camper is a day camper, they will need to pay for parking daily at the Brazos garage.
If camper is flying unaccompainied, the camp offers transportation to and from the airport for a $15 fee. Campers should plan to arrive at the airport between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on the first day of camp. They should plan to fly out no earlier than 12:30 p.m..
Who will be working with the athletes?
The coaches listed in the coaches section will run each camp. There will be a licensed athletic trainer on site at all times. Counselors and the athletic trainer will reside in the dorms with the campers who will be supervised 24 hours a day.
How far away is the Texas Rowing Center from campus and how will we get there?
The Texas Rowing Center is located at 300 Hearn St., a 10-15 minute drive from campus. Campers are shuttled to and from campus.
How do I sign up for camp?
Click the "Register Now" at the top of the page.
Other than workout clothes, what should I bring?
Hat & sunglasses
Plenty of sunscreen
ID and spending money
Flip flops/ sandals
Non-Workout clothes for activity nights
What should I leave at home?
Televisions, laptops, and excessive amounts of cash are not allowed. Contraband items are not welcome at camp. These include: matches, lighters, knives, firearms, alcoholic beverages, rope, razor blades, tobacco products, illegal drugs, candles, fireworks, incense, etc. If it requires a second thought about whether it belongs at camp – leave it at home! Please contact the camp director with any questions. It's better to ask, than to be sent home for having something you shouldn’t have at camp!
We do not hesitate to contact parents, call local authorities, and/or send campers home for possession of illegal items.
Are campers allowed to have a cell phone?
Cell phones are permitted at camp. However, we caution having them at camp. Putting the cell phone away will promote communication within our community of campers and staff. Cell phones are ONLY to be kept and used in the camper’s room, and not allowed in the main lobby of the dorm, during group activities, at the dining hall, etc. The camp reserves the right to confiscate cell phones from campers who do not follow this policy.
What if a camper has a pre-existing injury?
Camp is a physically demanding and challenging week, and campers should be in good physical condition prior to arrival. Please notify the camp director prior to check-in if the injury occurred after the medical forms were submitted. It is very important to report any and all medical conditions a camper may have, or special situations that need to be monitored. Training can be adapted to fit specific situations provided coaches are notified in advance of camp. However, in some cases, it is better to stay home and focus on recovery. If a camper is unable to participate in the full camp schedule, they should not attend camp. These are handled on a case by case basis and all information is confidential. Please help us to help your camper.