Our programs develop rowers at all levels, from beginners
(novices) to competitive masters for anyone 18 and older. Rowing requires a certain level of physical fitness, coordination, and time investment to be a satisfying endeavor, but once mastered it can be very rewarding.
Rowing refers to sweep rowing where each person has one oar, held by both hands, and sculling where each rower has two oars, one in each hand. Sweeping is done in eights (8+), fours (4+), and pairs (2-). Sculling is done in quads (4x), doubles (2x), and singles (1x). Our course descriptions may use "rowing" to refer to both sweeping and sculling unless specified. Eights and fours require the use of a coxswain (cox) to direct the boat.
PROGRAM & CLASS OFFERINGS
All levels are welcome, and not all programs require
experience. The coaches for our adults include a former Olympian and a former Division I coxswain. Our coaches make it fun for beginners and competitive for the more experienced. Check back often for program offerings during the various seasons.
Rowing season is March through February.
2020 dues will be available in February.
Due to cold weather and cold water conditions, private lessons on the water are not available at this time.
Private boat storage is available on a first come basis and space is limited. A wait list will be implemented when necessary.
2020 fee will be available in February.
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White Rock Rowing
Variety of recreational and racing shells
Restrooms / showers/ changing areas
2 shared docks for launching & receiving boats