USRowing NW Masters Regional Championship
- Hosted By USRowing
- 2017 Owned Regatta
VENUE GUIDELINES - Updated 6/14/17
Trailer Parking: Trailers must enter the park through the main entrance where the tollbooth is located. Follow the signs to the right, to the trailer lot entrance, where you will be issued a Trailer Parking Lot Permit and directed to a parking spot.
Parking fees are reinstated at the park. Parking fees are $2 for motorcycles, $3 for cars, $6 for cars with trailers, and $8 for buses. A limited number of 3 Day passes will be available for purchase prior to the regatta, club leaders will be contacted with this information.
Trailers may arrive during the following times, when there will be a parking attendant available:
- Wednesday June 21, by appointment only, e-mail PVRA Regatta Director Molly Evjen at email@example.com
- Thursday June 22, 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm (earlier arrival must be made by appointment with Regatta Director Molly Evjen at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Friday June 23, 7:00 am – 10:00 am
- Saturday June 24, 6:00 am – 10:00 am
- Sunday June 25, 6:00 am – 10:00 am
Vehicles arriving on Friday or Saturday outside the times listed above will need to go to the Volunteer/Local Organizing Committee
Tent and request for the gate to be opened.
Park Hours & Individual Parking: The main entrance gate to the park will open at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, and will close at dusk. The main entrance gate to the park will open at 5:00 am on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings and will close at dusk.
Parking Fees and Restrictions: Parking fees are reinstated at the park. Parking fees are $2 for motorcycles, $3 for cars, $6 for cars with trailers, and $8 for buses. A limited number of 3 Day passes will be available for purchase prior to the regatta, club leaders will be contacted with this information. Please drive only on marked roads. The Park STRICTLY PROHIBITS driving on the grass or the beach for ANY reason. All equipment must be carried from the parking lot – hand trucks are available to borrow at the USRowing Registration Tent. All RVs must park in the overflow lot.
Buses are no longer allowed to enter the parking lot. Buses dropping off or picking up athletes should do so on the main road.
Buses will also be allowed to park in the “Bus Parking Only” areas marked along the main road.
Park Security: Security will be provided at the park from 6:00 pm to 6:00 am on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Boat Storage & Rigging: Boat storage and rigging will again be permitted in the area to the south of the launching beach and also in the area north of the rest rooms. Storage areas will be well-marked with orange cones and caution tape. Please do not try to set up slings anywhere except in the designated boat storage areas. NOTE: Crews using the north boat storage area are still required to park their trailer in the trailer lot.
Oar Corral: There is not ample space on the beach to leave oars, even temporarily. The “Oar Corral” for temporary storage of oars during launching is located next to the beach, near the control commission area, on the grass north of the launching beach. In addition, crews should not leave oars on the beach after landing.
Launching & Landing: Please follow the designated launching and landing patterns and have your coxswains take direction from volunteers and beach masters. The area immediately to the north of the landing area is a public swimming area. Coxswains should take care not to land in the swimming area.
First Aid: All organizations are encouraged to provide first aid kits for their athletes, taking into consideration the special needs of their athletes. Please carry your emergency medical consent forms with you. Medical assistance will be available at the first aid tent, near the volunteer and finish line tents. Crews requiring attention should go directly to the first aid tent.
PARK USE GUIDELINES
Camping: Overnight camping in the park is strictly prohibited, either in tents or RVs. Please do not contact the city or county to obtain special use permits. Park employees will patrol the park at night and anyone found camping or staying in an RV overnight will be asked to leave.
Team Tents: Crews may bring tents to the regatta, and may use stakes that are less than 12” long to anchor tents. Use cement blocks to anchor tents instead. The park specifically prohibits air mattresses or flat-bottom (camping) tents on the lawn, but these may be set up on the beach.
Irrigation: The Park maintains a regular irrigation schedule for all their grassy areas. The sprinklers may be turned on any evening during the regatta. Keep this in mind and put away anything that might be damaged by getting wet.
Pets: NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED IN THE PARK. From April through October, dogs are forbidden in the area of Vancouver Lake
Park where we hold regattas. Regatta participants who violate this rule jeopardize future rowing events at the park. This rule will be strictly enforced. Please do not bring your dog. You will be asked to leave.