CARLETON PLACE CANOE CLUB
Program runs July 3rd - August 24th, Monday - Friday from 9:00am - 4:00pm.
Drop Offs and Arrivals
Drop off location is at main CPCC building.
Attendance will be taken and parents are required to sign their child in.
Program Fee - $860
Insurance, Affiliation, and local race fees - $130
Total Program Cost - $960
CLICK HERE for a program fees breakdown.
Regatta travel fees may apply for overnight events
Pre-care is available from 7:30 am - 9:00 am and Post-Care is available from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm at $35 per week, or $210 for the whole summer.
Boats, paddles and other personal equipment can be stored at the club, however members will be charged an additional $50 per year for personal boat storage.
* A 25% payment deposit is required to complete your registration
** This program requires a volunteer commitment of 25 hours, or $250 per family
** If paying by cash or cheque, you are still required to complete online registration. Make cheque payable to: Carleton Place Canoe Club
Final payment arrangements must be made 2 weeks prior to program start in order to ensure your program enrollment is held.
Tax credits are available for membership costs! For more information visit http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/fitness/
Designed around the LTAD Training to Train stage, participants ages 11 and 12 (as of January 1st, 2018) will be taught intermediate canoe and kayak skills, such as propulsion, advanced steering, and proper technique. Primary focuses in this program will be around both physiological and technical development. General aerobic endurance, speed, nutrition, and goal setting will be some of the primary target areas of this program, as well as fun, water safety, and pure enjoyment of sport and fitness. Participants will be given the opportunity to compete at divisional and provincial regattas.
Sprint Canoe and Kayak (also known as Flatwater) racing is exactly what the name suggests. It is a sporting competition that in simplest terms, involves an individual or team paddling a boat (canoe or kayak) as fast as they can. Competitions known as 'regattas' allow for competitors to race against others over a wide range of categories based on age groups, distances, type and size of boats and gender.
Designed around the LTAD Fundamentals and Foundations stage, participants ages 8 to 10 (as program start date) will be taught fundamental canoe and kayak skills, such as balance and boat control, steering, and basic technique. Primary focuses in this program will be around physical literacy both on and off the water, as well as fun and safety in the athlete environment, and pure enjoyment of sport and fitness. Participants will be given the opportunity to compete at local regattas.
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179 John St., Carleton Place, ON, K7C1N7