Toledo Rowing Club Mission Statement

To engage and support the youth and adults of Toledo, Ohio and the surrounding community in the education, training, instruction, and participation in the sport of rowing.

2016 Programs and Events

National Learn to Row Day. Join Toledo Rowing for the 15th Annual National Learn to Row Day on Saturday, June 4, 2016! Start with a boathouse tour and learn about the equipment that you will use to row the Mighty Maumee River. Everyone will have the chance to to learn the rowing technique on an indoor rower and there will be opportunities to row on the water with qualified, experienced rowers. Follow up the Learn to Row day with a summer camp with one of our local high school programs or join an adult league program. More information.

Masters Summer Novice Program. A perfect way to enter the sport – spend two days a week learning about the equipment, commands, and technique of rowing. You will spend the first practice days on indoor rowing machines in order to learn the rowing stroke. Eventually you will transition to taking actual strokes on the water! Before you know it you will be racing in the Frogtown Regatta! More information.

Midwest Masters Sprints. Midwest Masters Sprints is returning to Toledo, OH on June 11, 2016! 19 clubs entered over 150 boats into races last year. Participate or come down to International Park to watch. More information.

Frogtown RegattaToledo’s 31st Annual Frogtown Regatta will be hosted by the Toledo Rowing Club and Toledo Rowing Foundation and will take place on the Maumee River on September 24, 2016. The starting line is close to the Norfolk & Southern Railroad Bridge, downstream from the boathouse; the finish line is close to the High Level Bridge.

ROWGA. “RowGa” is an on-going, drop-in program through the year that provides an on-land, fitness platform as an entre to on-water rowing. Masters rowers, family members, friends or co-workers are invited to these classes as a fun, easy way to get an introduction to the sport of rowing.