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Community Resource Directory




Badger State Boating Society
Recreational and educational organization for paddling enthusiasts; lessons, outings and social events for all skill levels, whitewater kayaking and canoeing, sea kayaking, and quietwater canoeing. Website includes stream conditions for state rivers.

Camp Randall Rowing Club
Men's, women's and juniors programs. Operates out of the Brittingham Boathouse, 601 North Shore Dr.
PO Box 259206, Madison 53725

Four Lakes Ice Yacht Club
Sponsors iceboat races from mid-December through April; meets alternate Wednesdays beginning in November.
1200 E. Broadway, 53716
Debbie Whitehorse: 608-221-1289; hotline: 608-204-9876

Four Lakes Yacht Club
Private boating club; sells gas to the public on the Yahara River.

Hoofer Youth Program
One- and two-week sessions teaching beginning sailing and windsurfing and kayaking/canoeing for boys and girls ages 10-18.
Wisconsin Union, 800 Langdon St., 53706

Lake Monona Sailing Club
Sponsors races Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons from Memorial Day to Labor Day; maintains two sailboat docks on the lake.
David Sebald, 608-234-1524

Mad City Paddlers
For all paddling enthusiasts; club trips for flatwater canoeing, sea kayaking and whitewater paddling in open and closed boats. Meets first Thursdays at 6:30 pm, Middleton Public library in the off-season; Lake Mendota County Park in the summer.
608-832-1583 (Jane Breun, membership director)

Mad-City Ski Team
Free shows most Sundays in summer, 6 pm, at Law Park.
6516 Monona Dr #193, 53716

Madison Youth Sailing Foundation
Nonprofit, two-week sailing sessions (16 class-hours) held mid-June through August on Lake Mendota, ages 7-17. All are welcome; boats provided. Windsurfing lessons too. At Maple Bluff Marina.
608-335-7245 (Duncan Skinner)

Mendota Rowing Club
Year-round rowing programs include high school competitive, adult recreational, adult competitive and handicapped. Learn-to-row classes every four weeks May-Aug.
Bernard's Boathouse, 622 E. Gorham St., 53701

MSCR Canoeing, Kayaking and Sailing
Courses offered in canoeing, kayaking and sailing for youth and adults from spring-fall. Scholarships available.
3802 Regent St., 53705

MSCR Pontoon Boat Rides
Rentals: May 1-Sept. 30, daily for 3-hr. blocks of time: 9:30 am-12:30 pm; 1-4 pm; and 5-8 pm (except for Tuesday and Thursday evenings). Drop-In (first come, first served): May 1-Sept. 30, Drop-in hours available to general public are listed in the current program guide.
Tenney Park Boathouse, 1615 Sherman Ave., 53704

Rutabaga Outdoor Programs
Canoeing, kayaking and stand-up paddling programs and camps for youth, families, groups and adults.
220 W. Broadway, 53716

UW Hoofer Sailing Club
Club membership open to all UW students, faculty and staff or Union members. Classes for windsurfers and sailboats; after certification can use boats on lake. Sponsors sailing competitions.
Wisconsin Union, 800 Langdon St., 53706

Wingra Canoe and Sailing Center/Boat Rentals
Rents canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, rowboats, sailboards, sailboats and just about any other watercraft you can think of, for use on Lake Wingra. 9 am-dusk daily in summer; May and Sept. weekends only. Great for sailing on a sheltered lake. Sailing, windsurfing and stand-up paddling lessons.
824 Knickerbocker St., 53716
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