The Sacramento State Aquatic Center has received approval to open for Equipment Rentals only. All equipment rentals will be done thru reservation only. Please visit our Equipment Rental page for more information.
Classes – update 3/8/2021
The Aquatic Center is excited to announce that we can start offering classes! We have posted the schedule and are taking registrations for the following classes: Sunset Paddle, Basic Sailing, Basic Kayaking, Basic Windsurfing and Basic Keelboat Sailing, Basic Rowing and Stand Up paddling. We are working on adding more classes and class dates as COVID restrictions ease, please follow us on social media for updates.
Summer Camps Update 4/14/2021
We are excited to announce the Aquatic Center has been approved to start taking registration deposits for summer camps for our Basic Camp, sailing camp, paddle camp and rowing camp. We unfortunately we will not be taking sign-ups for our Water Ski/Wakeboard camp, PWC camp and Adventure Camp.
We will be taking $100 deposits for registration for our camps starting with our week #4 (June 28.) We are taking waitlist signs ups for our camps from June 7 to June 25th. If for any reason we are unable to open our summer camps you will be refunded the $100 deposit in full.
Registration will open on Monday, April 19th at 9:00 AM. You can register online at www.sacstateaquaticcenter.com or over the phone. When the Aquatic Center receives full approval with all Covid and safety procedures we will email a confirmation with all information and updated forms (camper packet.) If you are looking to waitlist for weeks #1 thru #3 you will need to call and register over the phone with us.
Aquatic Center Teams
Capital Crew Junior Rowing has been approved for our Capital COVID training program. This program is only open to returning athletes at this time.
Lake Natoma Open by California State Parks.
For updates from Associated Students, Inc please visit there COVID-19 information page.
- Practice social distancing
- Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
- Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow or tissue and throw the tissue away
- Avoid touching your face
- Use a “wink” or “head-nod” instead of shaking hands or high-fiving
- STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK.
For more information about what Sac State is doing, please visit the Sac State website.