USRowing Northwest Masters Regional Championship

  • Jun 17, 2022 To Jun 19, 2022
  • sprint
  • Vancouver, WA (USA)
  • Hosted By: USRowing
  • 2022 Owned Regatta
  • Cancelled

2022 NW Masters Championships – VENUE GUIDELINES

Event Schedule

Wednesday June 15th:   Administrative Set Up

Thursday June 16th:       Team Set Up

Friday June 17th:           Racing Day 1

Saturday June 18th:       Racing Day 2

Sunday June 19th:          Racing Day 3 & Teardown


Park Entry & Parking Fees

Park Hours: The main entrance gate to the park will open at 7:00 am on Friday, 6:00 am Saturday and Sunday mornings and will close at dusk each day.

Parking Fees: Parking fees are $2 for motorcycles, $3 for cars, $6 for cars with trailers. Please have CASH ready, or pay in advance on the parking app. 2-Day and 3-Day passes will be available for Sale on Friday and Saturday for $6 or $9.

Annual Parking Pass:

Bus Parking: Buses are not allowed to enter the park. Busses should drop off alongside the road outside of the park or at one of the staging areas. Please only drop off/pick up, and park in designated areas.

See Venue Map below.



Trailer Arrival:  Trailers may arrive during the following times, when there will be a parking attendant available. Contact Molly Evjen at 503-367-1158 or [email protected] for outside appointments.

  • Wednesday June 15: By appointment request only (the trailer gate will be LOCKED)
  • Thursday June 16, 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm (the park will be locked at dusk)
  • Friday June 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Trailer Parking: Trailers must enter the park through the main entrance where the tollbooth is located. Parking fees are $6 for vehicles with trailers, and $3 for just the vehicle. Follow the Trailer Parking signs and take the road to the right, to the Trailer Parking lot entrance, where you will be issued a Trailer Parking Permit and directed to a spot.

Only vehicles with the Trailer Parking Permit will be allowed to enter this parking lot. The south exit from the parking lot will remain open throughout the regatta. However, the teeth will be up. Please do not try to enter the trailer lot through this entrance.


See Trailer Parking Map below.


Team Set Up

Team Set Up: Teams may begin setting up equipment in the park beginning at 12:00 pm on Thursday.

Teams will select boat and tent space when on site – space is not being marked out or reserved by the regatta organizers. There is plenty of space for all, but please keep your boat and team tent areas compact.

Oar Corral: The “Oar Corral” for temporary storage of oars during launching is located next to the beach, near the control commission. Crews should not leave oars on the beach after landing.


Volunteer Information

Volunteering at the Regatta: Volunteering is a great way to support our masters athletes! Please share the volunteer sign up with your club athletes and supporters. Each hour of volunteering will earn your club a donation!

Volunteer Sign Up: or contact Molly Evjen at [email protected]




Park Guidelines

Park Security: Security will be provided at the park from 6:00 pm to 6:00 am on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. However, PVRA, USRowing, and regatta organizers will not be held responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. At the end of each day, be sure that food is stored away (critters come out at night!) and that tool boxes and valuables are locked up and stored out of the open.


Trash & Dumpsters: Please be sure to comb your team tent and boat areas for trash at the end of each day of the regatta, and deliver your trash to the large dumpster in the parking lot (please do not overflow the small dumpsters in the park). Teams that fail to clean up around their team tent and boat storage area will be assessed a park fine for not doing so.


Water: All available water spigots are potable. There is a water spigot available at the North Eagle Shelter and at the Food Vendor Area. Please be aware that, due to power outages or contamination, water might not be available at the venue.  We suggest that you bring enough water for yourself and your team in case we experience water issues at the park.


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 regatta for public health & safety reasons. Regatta participants who violate this rule jeopardize future rowing events at the park. Please do not bring your dog or you will be asked to leave.


Tents: Tent stakes are prohibited to use in the park. If renting a tent you must ensure the company will NOT use stakes.


Vehicle Paths: 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 Volunteer Tent.


Bus Unloading/Loading: Buses are not allowed to enter the parking lot. Buses dropping off or picking up athletes should do so on the main road in the designated locations. Buses will also be allowed to park in the “Bus Parking Only” areas. Please obey the posted signage.


RV Parking and Camping: All RVs must park in the overflow lot. Overnight camping in the park is strictly PROHIBTED, 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.


Irrigation: The Park maintains a regular irrigation schedule for all grass areas. The sprinklers may be turned on any evening during the regatta. Put away anything that might be damaged by getting wet.


Health & Safety Guidelines

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 tent, in the vendor area.

Hygiene: Athletes, coaches, officials and any other paid or volunteer staff must practice good hygiene including washing their hands frequently and covering their sneezes and coughs. Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after activity, especially after touching shared objects or blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains 60-95% alcohol content. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they are dry. Athletes should not share water bottles, uniforms, or towels.. Teams should provide handwashing or hand sanitizing stations in their team areas.

Cleaning: Clean high touch surfaces and disinfect shared equipment before and after each use. Restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected regularly.