Youth Program

Who can join? The Youth Program is open to girls and boys from any high school or middle school in the area.  No experience necessary!  We will teach you everything you need to know about rowing.

What are the benefits? Rowing is a great sport that combines a full body workout with aerobic training. Especially for female rowers, many college scholarship opportunities are available at schools with Division I programs. Rowing experience can also enhance your college application to Division II and III programs, as well as Ivy League schools.   It’s a great way to spend afternoons on the lake!

Rowing can be considered the ultimate team sport – it takes 2, 4, 5 or 9 people working together to get the boat to move fast (or move at all!).  100% attendance is strongly encouraged to facilitate team cohesion and improvements.  If you regularly miss practices you will not only be hindering your own success, but the success of the entire team.

For information about joining the program please contact the LLRC office,, 770-287-0077. Visit our Facebook page Lake Lanier Junior Crew.

The Spring Season is now underway, with practices Monday through Friday afternoons, 4:30 to 6:45. You can pay the Spring 2017 dues at PayPal. Use the dropdown menu below to pay for multiple siblings.

Spring Dues
Rower Name

Spring 2017 Regattas

  • OARS Youth Invitational Regatta, Turkey Lake, Florida, March 11 & 12
  • John Hunter Regatta, Lake Lanier, Georgia, March 26
  • Clemson Sprints, Lake Hartwell, South Carolina, April 1
  • Dogwood Junior Championship, Melton Lake, Tennessee, April 29 & 30
  • USRowing Southeast Region Youth Championships, Lake Lanier, Georgia, May 12, 13 & 14
  • USRowing Youth National Championships, Nathan Benderson Park, Florida, June 9 – 11

Summer 2017 Regattas

  • USRowing Club Nationals, Harsha Lake, Bethel, Ohio, July 12 – 16
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