CSSRA Regatta

Brock is located in St. Catharines, Ontario in the heart of Niagara. We host a number of rowing crews over the course of the summer. We will have hundreds of rowers staying with us for the regatta and we hope to have even more this coming year. We are 12 km or 7 miles from the regatta site. The event dates are June 4 – 6, 2021.

Each rower has their own single bed for sleeping in ensuring that they get a good night’s rest. We have housing options in our Athlete’s Village townhouses that are equipped with kitchens or more other residence options are available upon request.

The Athlete’s Village and Rates

Earp or Vallee Residence


Group rates are for 10 or more guests guaranteed with a 3-night minimum. A $500 non-refundable deposit is required on booking. Payment is by a single invoice on arrival. 13% HST is applicable. Learn more about this type of residence. Send us a reservation request here or call today at 905-688-5550 x3369.

Accommodations details

Earp and Vallee residences provide economical options for rowing teams that are looking for a hotel-style accommodation off a main hallway. Teams will be on the same floor(s) allowing for a team-like atmosphere. Lounges on each floor are a fantastic way to meet. The residences are air-conditioned and within walking distance of the dining halls for food services.

On the floor where your group is placed you will have access to a lounge. The team is free to meet here for snacks and team meetings. Guests are welcome to watch television in these rooms. A microwave, sink and bar fridge are in these rooms. These rooms may be shared by other teams on the floor depending on the size of your group.

Each guest will have their own bed in each residence. In Vallee and Earp residences each guest has their own bedroom and they share an adjoining washroom with another teammate of your selection.

Townhouse Residence

$240.13/UNIT/NIGHT (5 night minimum, 13% HST APPLICABLE)

Group rates for 10 or more guests guaranteed with a 3-night minimum. $500 non-refundable deposit on booking. There is a 5 night / unit minimum booking for this rate to apply. 13% HST is applicable. Learn more about the Village. Send us a reservation request here or call today at 905-688-5550 x3369.

Accommodations details

Each unit has a communal area for the team to eat and visit together. This is a wonderful way to keep your visit with us economical and to provide healthy food options for your team. There is a full-sized fridge and stove for your usage. Teams will need to provide their own pots and pans and cookware.

Each athlete will have their own single bed in the unit. Five individuals will be assigned to each unit. There is one bedroom on the main floor and 3 bedrooms upstairs. The D room on the upper floor has 2 single beds in a loft or bunk configuration. Linens and basic soaps and towels are provided.

Dining on Campus


The buffet dining experience has a marketplace atmosphere with a variety of food stations and all-you-can-eat service. This is an efficient and economical solution to the dining needs of large and small groups staying on campus.

For youth groups, there is enough variety to meet the needs of the pickiest eaters. There is a hot entrée available, pizza stations and a salad bar with all-you-can-eat drinks and ice cream.  This is an effortless way to feed the group after touring Niagara for the day.

How does this work?

Prior to your arrival, guaranteed numbers must be provided to our dining services department. They will prepare a menu based on the number of groups and special dietary requirements of the groups arriving that week. The more guests in the dining hall, the more food stations will be available to all. There is a guaranteed minimum of 25 guests required to open any dining hall.


The Guernsey Market is a celebration of Niagara’s best in a marketplace-style. It will give you a truly Niagara food experience. On one side, there’s a quarter chicken dinner with a freshly cooked side dish.

A few steps away at the 360 Grill, there’s a stir-fry of local vegetables cooked on a steaming circular grill. At the deli, there are custom-made sandwiches on four types of local bread. The bakery serves up fresh waffles and crepes made to order. The Market features such fare as a salad bar, fresh sushi, gourmet burgers and sweet potato fries.

Canadian Cash is required. No debit or credit card is available at this venue.

Contact us

Damon Currie

905-688-5550 x3369  —  dcurrie2@brocku.ca