Spring training at Camp Bob Cooper

01

eat

Rowers eat four meals per day, specially designed for their caloric needs. Meals are served at 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 2:00 PM, and 6:00 PM to fit your rowing schedule.

Our cafeteria is located a few feet from the dorms and the lake. It can feed 260 people simultaneously.

02

sleep

Our dorms are situated directly next to the lake, offering unmatched convenience for rowers and coaches. Teams say the secluded location and communal living helps them bond as a group. Wifi is available.

Separate adult housing is available for coaches. After a long day, you might enjoy a little peace and quiet.

03

row

Boats can be stored right next to the water. We have five docks on beautiful lake Marion. South Carolina is beautiful in mid-spring and offers rowers a chance to get on the water and get off the rowing machine.

The waterway is large and uncrowded, especially during the week when most boaters are at work.

Camp Bob Cooper is located directly on Lake Marion. By March, temperatures are often above 70º. We have five docks in a quiet, mostly residential area of the lake.

5

docks

7”

off the water

1

launch/team

$40

per person per night
  • 4 Meals per day
  • On-site lodging
  • One launch per team
  • Shoreline boat storage
  • Wi-fi