KIDS & TEENS CAMPS

Tahoe Watermans Youth paddling camps and programs are created with a unique and dynamic waterman environment and give active children the opportunity to master the mental, physical and technical skills needed in paddle sports, swimming, and water safety. Our unique programs support the mindset of beach life, caring for the environment, having fun with like-minded people, getting fitter and stronger and gaining life experiences while improving waterman skills. No doubt a week at Waterman will bring inspiration to the whole family. Our programs are crafted and designed by professionals in their field of play.

The inspiration to create youth programs came alive through our passion for paddling sports while witnessing the athleticism in the community around our mountain town.  As a brand, we believe in being in nature and enjoy the lake in the summer months. We want to share our waterman lifestyle with our community and to generations to come. 

So don’t miss out and book today!

Become a better paddler and swimmer and learn water safety and more...
Join a tribe of like-minded kids and make new friends while working as a team!
Build confidence, courage, strength, and resilience!
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JUNE 7 - 10, 2021

JUNE 28 - 1, 2021

PADDLE CAMP

ages 7-17

A fun and educational paddling camp. The participant will develop paddling skills, going through the fundamentals of all paddle sports.

$285

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JULY 5 - 8, 2021

 JULY 19 - 22, 2021

AUGUST 2 - 5, 2021

WATERGROM CAMP

ages 7-12

The Watergrom Camps offer a unique, dynamic environment to give active kids the opportunity to master the physical, the technical and the mental skills of paddle sports and swimming.

$455

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JULY 26 - 29, 2021

JUNIOR WATERMAN 

Skill Training

ages 13-17

The Junior Waterman program is designed to give teenagers the chance to develop superior paddling and water skills and practices essential to water-safety and rescue skills.

$595

NEW THIS SUMMER

WATERGROM GAMES COMING SOON IN LAKE TAHOE

 

Frequently asked questions

What should I bring?


We recommend having the following items for our youth programs: Towel Bathing suit Change of clothing Water bottle Lunch (lunch cards are available for purchase at Watermans Landing) Our recommendation and available to purchase at Watermans Landing Swim Goggles Water shoes (Aqua socks, Teva) Wetsuit or wetsuit shirt




How cold is Lake Tahoe in the summer?


With an average surface elevation of 6,225 ft (1,897 m) above sea level, Lake Tahoe is the highest lake of its size in the United States. The water temperature near the surface generally warms to 62 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (18 to 21 degrees Celsius) during July, August, and September. Lake Tahoe is an alpine lake and temperature can change quickly; the air temperature can vary between 40 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit within a 24 hour period (4 to 32 degrees Celsius)




What is the refund policy?


Due to the popularity of our camps and the challenge of filling spaces, our camps are non-refundable. Payment is due in full at the time of registration, no refunds will be issued and credit for future programs or transfer can be issued upon approval of the administration.




Who can attend the camps?


Athletes of all abilities are welcome to attend our programs and our camps. In our high energy environment, participants will build a solid technical foundation of water sports and overall fitness and gain the confidence to successfully strive in the water environment. Please contact us if you need further assistance with participation requirements.




Does my child need to know how to swim to attend the camp?


We strongly recommend to have basic swimming skills or for the least, the participant is required to enjoy spending time in the water and willing to learn swimming skills. A life vest (PFD) is recommended for most of the paddle sport activities and the PFDs are available for the less experienced swimmers at all times.




What should I expect from the camps and programs?


Quality coaching and mentorship Clearly structured skill progression and instruction A positive, caring and supportive environment Top of the line equipment Pure fun and freedom on and off the water




Is there a lifeguard on duty?


Watermans Landing's public beach is not a lifeguarded beach. During the Watergrom camp hours, there is a lifeguard on duty only attending to the kid's camp.