The Toledo Rowing Club

If you live in the greater Toledo area and want to row, Toledo Rowing Club is by far your best opportunity to engage in rowing. TRC has a history in Toledo and has been there to support and promote the sport of rowing for many years. Toledo Rowing Club leadership and membership are committed to keeping this sport alive and well in NW Ohio.

Toledo Rowing Club is a 501(c) 3 that seeks funding to support your teams. It is the mission of the Toledo Rowing Club 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. TRC is run by an Executive Director and a volunteer Board of Directors. We are a primarily volunteer-based organization.

The Philip LeBoutillier, Jr. Memorial Boathouse is located in International Park at 8 Main St., Toledo, OH 43605. You can see boats at almost every hour of the day from March to November.


Toledo Rowing Club History

The Toledo Rowing Club was established in 1983 by one woman and nine men (including Phil LeBoutillier) who had rowed in their high school and college days and who wanted to bring the sport of rowing to the attention of the Toledo community.