NEW JERSEY DRAGON BOAT CLUB

USDBF member

WHO ARE WE?

  • NJ's first dragon boat club, 2022 represents our 23nd season. We are self funded and work to supplement our expenses through various fund raising activities. We work hard to promote the sport we love, through hosting clinics, cultural events, consulting and volunteering at senior centers and at schools. Hope you can join us for a paddle - FUN LOVES COMPANY!!!

CLUB INFO

  • 2022 boat move TBD.

  • 2022 paddling protocols - for now is a continuation of 2020 - until CDC and NJ change the social distancing rules. INFO HERE

    • Stay safe, stay strong and work hard to avoid being an UNNECESSARY PATIENT!!! Help a senior. Thank a health care worker.

  • Renew or start your membership! MEMBERSHIP info

    • 2022 Early Bird membership program eliminated for the 2022 season.

    • Sadly, for the FIRST TIME ever in our 23 years as a lake member, LPPOA members must pay the membership fee in order to practice with us. This is due to the 350% increase in our lake use costs

  • Team Activities Calendar

    • July 7 - Golf Outing fund raiser in Great Gorge Golf club, Vernon.

  • Pick a team and try it out! We have several teams for you to consider that should match your interest. We are a not for profit organization and have always been a self funded crew. All trips, uniforms and practices are paid for by team members. Team coaches provide their services for free.

    • NJDBC Club Crew - Co-ed newbie crew

    • PINK LIGHTNING - Women's Breast Cancer crew and supporters

      • New Zealand races moved to 2023

      • Formerly Team SOS (Save our Sisters)

      • includes Pink Thunder supporters (formerly Jersey Girls)

    • TEAM DRAGONS - Co-ed racing crew.

ABOUT LAKE PARSIPPANY

  • This is a member-only lake community managed by the Lake Parsippany Property Owner's Association. All NJ Dragon Boat participants are either Lake members or guests of members. All dragon boaters are expected to respect and treat lake property as their own - like supporting the Earth day cleanups everyday.