As 2022 will mark a return to our residential overnight camps, all campers and camp staff must be fully vaccinated (2 weeks past their second dose) against COVID-19.
Additional procedures and policies will be shared as we get closer to camp as we continue to monitor state, local, and Navy health guidelines in our efforts to ensure a safe and rewarding Navy Rowing Camp experience.
Every Navy Rowing Camp has an athletic trainer on-call for the duration of camp. All staff working with our campers are also First Aid and CPR certified.
The Naval Academy Athletic Association requires our campers to provide a complete and valid physical examination form that was completed within one year of the start of camp. This would be a form from your daughter's doctor, much like the one you would submit to her school. If her doctor or school does not have a specific form, you can substitute this with a letter from her doctor, stating the camper is in good physical health and able to participate in a rigorous athletic camp. Please include any allergies and/or daily medications.
If you wish to submit the form in advance of camp, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You also have the option of submitting it in person at camp check-in.
*Please note: we must have a copy of the physical/letter by no later than camp check-in. If you choose to submit your medical form in advance of camp via email, you will be emailed confirmation of its receipt by our camp staff.
**Our camp does NOT have a specific form to fill out. Please refer to the guidelines provided above.