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Head of the Chick

Chickahominy Riverfront Park 
1350 John Tyler Hwy, Williamsburg, Virginia

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Head of the Chick

Thank you for signing up...  if your oar is below, you will be on the shirt. Examples are shown below.

team representative click here

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Team List.                              Oar Pic

Granby High School


Princess Anne

Christopher Newport University

Bishop Ireton

Friends of Hickory

Hampton Roads Rowing Club (HRRC)

Maury High School Rowing

Great Bridge

Beaver Creek

Triad United Rowing

River City Crew

Charleston City Rowing Club

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Williamsburg Boat Club

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Regatta Day 

Oct 16, 2022

Intended Regatta Schedule:

6:30 Park Opens

7:30 Coaches & Coxswains Meeting

8:40 First Events Start

2:30 Last Races Finish

Heat Sheet/Results

Boat and Team trailers can be dropped off the night before or morning of the regatta. 


Middle school events are not separated by gender, feel free to enter as a boy/girl/or mixed lineup.  If we receive enough gender specific entries, we'll separate the events.


Trailers and Parking: 

  • Space will be assigned for trailers, boat rigging.

  • Parking for spectator and participant vehicles is $5 - cash preferred, but cards accepted

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 From our Regatta Director, Rebecca

   Welcome to the fifth annual Head of the Chick Regatta, hosted by Williamsburg Boat Club.


   The Head of the Chick is held at the Chickahominy Riverfront Park in Williamsburg, Virginia, one of North America's most popular vacation destinations. The Chickahominy is a wide river and the course is buoyed and uncomplicated, allowing for a wonderful rowing experience for all ages and stages of rowers. 


Park Features

  1. Biking

  2. Boat Access/Launch

  3. Campground

  4. Canoe/Kayak Rental

  5. Fishing

  6. Interpretive Signage

  7. Picnic Areas

  8. Playground

  9. Pool

  10. Restrooms

  11. Store/Concessions

  12. Walking Trails

  13. Wildlife Viewing



There is great camping on site. Chickahominy Riverfront Park features over 120 campsites, including campsites that accommodate large groups. Several campsites have scenic views of the Chickahominy River and Gordon Creek and some campsites have access to water. Campsites include everything from basic tent sites to full hookup sites for RV’s. There are no cabins available. Campers have access to 2 bathhouses with a slop sink at each bathhouse. There is a limit of 6 people (up to 4 adults) per site and no more than 2 tents. Campsites may be reserved 12 months in advance and on a monthly basis. Fees are based on residency; view our Park Fees for more information. Reservations may be made by calling 757-258-5020 or by walk-in. Payment is due when the reservation is made.

Learn more about camping at Chickahominy Riverfront Park


Water Recreation

The park offers a public pool, and a 290-foot lighted fishing pier that’s available for use 24 hours a day and a catch-and-release pond. A fresh water license is required for all fishing in the park for anyone over the age of 16. The park also features a boat ramp to launch personal watercraft and it’s also available for use 24 hours a day. Please stop in the Guest Services Office or use the boat ramp honor box outside the store to pay the boat ramp fee. Canoe, kayak and paddleboard rentals are available for rent all year. View our Park Fees for launch and rental details.

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