General Boathouse Rules
Members and accompanied guests using the facilities and equipment of the Club do so at their own risk. Members must be able to swim adequately with or without flotation assistance.
The Club is not responsible for the loss of money or property from lockers or from any part of the Club’s premises.
Pets are not permitted in the Boathouse, with the exception of service dogs or special allowances made by the Boathouse Committee or the Board of Directors.
Smoking is prohibited in the Boathouse.
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the Club premises except in connection with organized functions approved by the Boathouse Committee or the Board of Directors. No persons shall be permitted to use Club equipment while under the influence of any intoxicant.
Parking is prohibited in the paved area adjacent to the Boathouse during working hours and in any areas reserved for the Camron-Stanford House employees except in the evenings after 6 pm or on weekends all day. There are restricted dates that Camron-Stanford House will advise us of and those restricted dates will be posted for members.
Noise and unseemly or dangerous conduct are prohibited on the Club premises and on the Lake.
Children under 10 years of age are not allowed on Club premises unless accompanied by an adult.
Coaches shall be responsible for the conduct of their crews. They shall be familiar with the Boathouse rules and procedures, and shall assist the Boathouse Committee/Board of Directors in enforcing them.
All members except Coaching members are expected to spend at least 15 hours per year of Club membership, helping in the repair and maintenance of Club facilities and equipment or volunteering at Club events. Volunteer hours can be bought out at a rate of $20/hour.
Failure to abide by the Boathouse Rules may result in a suspension of rowing and/or Membership privileges. Suspension shall be determined by the Board of Directors.
Boathouse keys are issued to members according to policy set by the Board of Directors. This policy shall be reviewed at the time of the General Membership Meeting, and may be revised during the membership year. Coaches and Crew Captains shall be eligible to receive a key free of charge at the discretion of the Membership Coordinator. Other members shall be eligible to receive a key after payment of any key fees.