2013 Summer Adaptive Camp

Year after year, Camp Kayak has received rave reviews from camp participants, families and supporters.   This year, adaptive Camp was held the week of June 10-14 and the week of July 15-19.  Campers had the opportunity to repeat sessions.    Camp Kayak was held during the comfort and cool of mornings from 8:30am-12noon at Texas Rowing Center.   Cost of the camp was $150 per person for the week, which included a full-range of fun & stimulating safe activities, including:  on-water paddling, games, communication circles, wading/splashing, Barton Creek adventure, meeting new friends, new experiences and opportunities you’ve never had before!

Summer Adaptive Camp is geared for youth (age 13 and up) and young adults with disabilities.    Staff to camper ratio is quite small in order to accomodate and individualize the summer Camp experience.    Our Camp staff employs safety, fun, excellence and best practices working with youth & young adults with disabilities.

Detailed Summer Camp Information will be sent after *receipt of payment and *Camper Form (see link below) completion.  This individualed email communication from the Camp Director, provided complete information on activities, schedule, and information on the who, the what and what to bring-how to prepare for the optimal summer Camp experience, along with questions & answers communications.


2012 National Development ID Rowing Camp

Texas Rowing For All hosted the National Development Rowing Camp for Persons  with Intellectual Disabilities (I.D.)  on the beautiful (and warm) Lady Bird Lake in the Heart of downtownAustin,Texas.     The 2012 Development Camp was held March 22-25, 2012

Athletes from across the USA had opportuninites to develop as skilled rowing athletes during this Camp. The Camp featured a busy schedule (mostly on-the-water) centered upon heightening skills and technique in mastery of sculling and sweep rowing; developing confidence; learning racing strategies; having fun and developing new friendships during this focused learning experience. Our coaching staff has first hand experience working with athletes with intellectual disabilities and rowing instruction/coaching. This year and last year’s successful US Rowing National Development Camp both have received **rave reviews** from athlete participants, families, sponsors, and coaches attending our Camp


2012 Paralympic Experience

Participants at the "Paralympic Experience". The PE event included rowing, kayaking, canoes, stand-up-paddling, hand cycling, tennis....& so much more!

Participants at the "Paralympic Experience". The PE event included rowing, kayaking, canoes, stand-up-paddling, hand cycling, tennis....& so much more!

The purpose of the Paralympic Experience is to introduce the community at-large, to the opportunities and benefits of adaptive sports.   Individuals, family members, athletes, teachers, coaches….ANYONE (age 12 and over) is invited to this *free* event.  We will feature rowing demonstrations, opportunities to kayak, canoe and stand up paddle; and review of adaptive and non-adaptive sports equipment in use.

The Paralympic Experience is sponsored by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) / Paralympic Division, Texas Rowing For All~Paralympic Sport Austin and the Texas Rowing Center.

This year is a very special year for Texas Rowing For All, as one of our rowing athletes, Eric McDaniel will be competing in the Paralympic division of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England.

As part of the experience, participants will have opportunities also to meet Paralympians, National Rowing Team members, coaches, local adaptive coaching staff & Texas Rowing For All Board members.