2016 Collegiate Covered Bridge Regatta. For colleges and open single scullers on April 9, 2016.
results at regattacentral.com
2016 Covered Bridge Regatta. For masters and juniors on April 16 and 17, 2016.
schedule and results at regattacentral.com - use the 'Results' tab on the CBR page
For either regatta:
General regatta questions: Jill Hoyenga at email@example.com
Questions on entries: Kip Keller firstname.lastname@example.org
We strongly encourage clubs and schools to bring motor launches and drivers. This has been an incredible help in the past and we need you again this year. We do reimburse for fuel!
We also need volunteers for many jobs before, during and after the regatta. Check out our volunteer sign-up pages to see where you might help - no experience necessary! Go to here (CBR) and here (CCBR).
will be limited parking at Lowell State Park for trailers, large buses, team
vans. Due to increased participation, some trailers, etc. must be parked
offsite after unloading. Please reserve a parking spot by emailing Ken Jones (or call Ken at 541-912-3689).
All other vehicles (including tow
vehicles) of participants and spectators must park in the town of Lowell, which
is a 10-15 minute walk from the park. A free
shuttle bus will run between the park and town on Saturday only. Trailers
and boats may be left overnight in the park’s parking lot adjacent to the
launch area. The gate will be locked at
9:00 PM each night. The lot will be supervised, but equipment is
left at your own risk. We encourage all teams to arrive on Friday to unload boats and equipment and maybe take a practice
row. Please stay off the course and in the marked practice area.
Check out the new NO PARKING signs on Pengra Rd. Don't get your car towed. Park in town and ride the free shuttle bus.
There are less than 100 members in O.A.R. and the regatta takes about
1000 volunteer-hours to put on. If you can volunteer as beach-master,
launch driver or in another capacity, please contact Kit Staples (email@example.com)
Funded in part by a Lane County Tourism Special Projects Grant.
For further information,
or look on RegattaCentral.com .
Quality Inn & Suites, 3550 Gateway Street, Springfield, OR are offering a 'Covered Bridge Regatta' rate of $119.20 for a nonsmoking room with two queen size beds or $111.20 for rooms with a single king size bed. These rates are valid for the nights of April 9,10,15 or 16.
Reservations may be made by calling (541) 726-9266 or online at http://bit.ly/1Nc9PWV
The Comfort Suites is located at 969 Kruse Way, Springfield.
They may offer rooms at a 'Covered Bridge Regatta' discount.
Contact them at (541) 746-5359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Valley River Inn is offering a limited number of rooms at the 'Covered Bridge Regatta' rate of $144/night + taxes for reservations made by April 1st. Deposit required. Penalty applies if cancelled within 5 days of arrival.
1000 Valley River Way Eugene, Oregon 97401
Phone: (800) 543-8266
You can find information on additional hotels in the area at www.visitlanecounty.orgwww.RegattaCentral.com on the CBR registration page. Permits will be distributed in your team's packet.
Across the Lake: Dexter Shores RVPark / Camping, 39140 Dexter Rd., (541) 937-3711. Visit their website here.
Deerwood RV Park (mention the regatta for a 15% discount) - click the image for an enlarged view.Several families in the town of Lowell have offered low-cost housing near the race course. Accommodations include a private bedroom and breakfast for $75 per person for the first night or $100 for two nights. Contact Ruth George for details (541-937-2078 or RMGeorge513@aol.com).
Examples of rooms still available:
- Cottage with a full size bed, also has a kitchen and library sitting room
- Queen bedroom in a new home
- RV - Queen bed - bathroom with shower, kitchen with all the amenities, table, couch
- 5th wheel - Queen bed - bathroom with shower, kitchen with all the amenities, table, 2 easy chairs (directly across from the Marina)
Low-cost lodging for junior teams and their chaperones is available at nearby Lowell High School. Get additional information by emailing Cindi Neet at Lowell School District.
Another CBR-special regatta T-shirt will be available this year.
And for our RAFFLE!:
Wild Birds Unlimited
Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be available from:
(gourmet burgers, wraps, barbeque, chicken strips, etc.)
Rattlesnake BBQ at the Dexter Lake Club
Ed and his wife Cindi moved to Eugene with their two boys, Jesse and Cody, in the summer of 2002. Moving from New Haven, Connecticut, where they had both rowed for years, they chose Eugene in part for the rowing environment and the community. They both joined OAR shortly after arriving. Ed was known by many in the rowing community as he had rowed on both coasts and overseas. He touched many of our lives in the short time we knew him—filling a vacant seat, offering rowing tips and witty comments, or just plain helping out when needed. Ed passed away while racing in Portland’s Row For The Cure in 2003. We all miss Ed and remember him as a good friend and caring team member. The perpetual trophy, presented to the winner of the master men’s single event, is designed by Ed’s son Jesse in collaboration with Eugene artist and OAR member Debbe Cornitius.
Women's Masters single trophy donated by Jurgen Kaschper (Levator Boatworks)