Rowing is a rewarding sport, but it does cost money. We want you to know what you are getting into and are committed to working within a budget that does not include nickel-and-diming you to death! We do find that many potential rowers are already spending some of this money- parks pass, gym membership, etc.- and therefore the actual overall cost is not as high as it seems.

Rowers typically fall into one of several camps- novice , recreational or competitive.

Experienced Recreational Annual Cost Estimate

  • $70 Colorado State Parks Pass
  • $300 Loveland Rowing Membership
  • $420 Annual Fitness Membership ($35 +/month depending on your plan)
  • TOTAL: $790/year or $65/month

Competitive Annual Cost Estimate

  • $70 Colorado State Parks Pass
  • $300 Loveland Rowing Membership
  • $420 Annual Fitness Membership($35+/month depending on your plan)
  • $500 Pumpkinhead of the Colorado travel, hotel, entry fees, etc.
  • $50 Indoor rowing regatta fee
  • TOTAL: $1,340/year or $112/month
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