WELCOME TO OAKTON CREW!
Since 2002, Oakton Crew has been fielding women's and men's teams in local, state, and national rowing competitions. Find out more about Open Boathouse tours at Sandy Run Regional Park, fall Learn-to-Row programs, and how to become part of our Oakton Crew team.
All students interested in rowing and their families are invited to join the coaches and current team members at Sandy Run Regional Park for tours of the Oakton Crew boathouse, and for an overview of the schedule for Learn-to-Row, Winter Conditioning, and spring regattas. Event will be held rain or shine, so come on down to the gorgeous Occoquan River to see where we practice and compete in local regattas.
All new rowers and participants in Learn-to-Row must complete a swim test — we don't often end up out of a boat and into the Occoquan, but if it happens, we want to make sure you can float — at Oakton Crew we are safety first for all our athletes.
More information about registering for Crew for the 2017-2018 season will be posted here in October, including dues, membership commitment information, and Winter Conditioning schedules.
Until then, please join us on the Open Boathouse tour, at our interest meeting on Sept. 26th, and for Learn-to-Row sessions.
General information session in the OHS Lecture Hall for all interested rowers and their families. Coaches, team members, and Board members will be on hand to provide a what's what about Oakton Crew, and to answer any questions about the schedule, team requirements, and benefits to students who decide to join Oakton Crew.
Want to get out on the water this fall? Registration for Learn-to-Row sessions are open NOW, for those who want to know what rowing an incredibly fast boat feels like! No rowing experience is necessary, and all classes at OHS are welcome to attend. Current Oakton rowers are encouraged to attend to get a jump on the spring season and to give the novices a hand. All participants must register and complete required forms, so don't delay!