Our Learn to Row is specifically  designed to introduce new rowers to the sport in a systematic way that focuses on small learning steps. During this three day event, you will learn the fundamentals of the rowing stroke, strategies to balance in the boat, safety on the water, and the basic terminology of the sport.

Upon completion, learn to row participants will have the opportunity to join Loveland Rowing, and row on the water with us, beginning in May of 2017.

Group Learn to Row

  • Cost: $150/person – Limit 6 per session
  • Location: Mussel Beach at Boyd Lake State Park
  • JOIN WAITLIST (add yourself here to be informed of our next group class)
  • WEEKEND 1: May 26-28
  • WEEKEND 2: June 9-11
  • Agenda:
    • Friday 6-8 pm: Located at Loveland Athletic Club (1000 S Lincoln Ave). Learn the fundamentals of the rowing stroke on indoor rowing machines, as well as the logistics of boat handling and what a rowing club is all about
    • Saturday 6-8 am: Located at Boyd Lake (park pass required). Today you get your hands on and your body in the boat! Learn the movements of the stroke and get comfortable on the water.
    • Sunday 6-8 am: Located at Boyd Lake. Learn how to move as a boat and, with the guidance of a motorized coaching launch and an experienced member in the boat with you, learn how to move together as a boat.

Semi-Private Learn to Row

  • Cost: $200/person 
  • Location: Mussel Beach at Boyd Lake State Park
  • Dates: Sundays 5:30a-8:30a (by appointment only)
  • EMAIL US TO SCHEDULE  (2-3 participants needed before we can schedule)

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Youth Learn to Row (8th– 12th grade)

  • Location: Mussel Beach at Boyd Lake State Park
  • Sign up
  • Wednesday, July 26th– Saturday, July 29th
  • Agenda:
    • Wednesday 8-10 am: Located at Loveland Athletic Club (1000 S Lincoln Ave). Learn the fundamentals of the rowing stroke on indoor rowing machines, as well as the logistics of boat handling and what a rowing club is all about
    • Thursday, Friday and Saturday 8-10 am: Located at Boyd Lake (park pass required). We will be on the water these three days! Guided by a coach, students will learn the movements of the stroke and get comfortable on the water. They will learn the basics of how to work together and proper power application.
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