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Sat, Jun 10


Douglas County

Guano Rocks Regatta

The Guano Rocks Regatta is a fun human powered boat race organized by the Wenatchee Row and Paddle Club. The race is scheduled for Saturday, June 10th at Lincoln Rock state park.

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Guano Rocks Regatta
Guano Rocks Regatta

Time & Location

Jun 10, 2023, 10:00 AM – Jun 11, 2023, 1:00 PM

Douglas County, Lincoln Rock State Park Rd, Washington 98802, USA

About the Event

Whether your boat is a kayak, surfski, canoe, SUP, shell, rowboat, or pedal boat there’s a category for you.  Some experience is necessary, but you don’t have to be an expert to participate.

Both the short and long races start and finish near the boat launch.  The 3.2-mile race goes around Turtle Rock Island. The longer 5.5-mile race goes beyond the island to a group of rocks covered in, you guess it, guano, Guano Rocks. At that point you turn around and head for the finish.

After the race there is a BBQ lunch for all the racers and volunteers.  The award ceremony is held during lunch. Others may buy lunch for a small fee.

It promises to be a lot of fun. In the past we have had good attendance from folks west of the mountains.  This year we’re really hoping for a big WRPC turn-out.  So get together with your friends and plan to participate.

Start: June 10, 2023 10:00 AM Difficulty Level: 1-2 Distance: Little Turtle – 3.2 miles, Guano Rocks – 5.5 miles Pre-race meeting: 9:15 AM Directors: Hugh Owen, TJ Owen Phones: 509 669 0686, 509 421 5920

The race is sanctioned by the Sound Rowers Open Water Rowing and Paddling Club.

More information and a link to registration can be found on the Sound Rowers web site:

It is also possible to register at Lincoln Rock Saturday morning

Many people camp out Friday and Saturday.

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