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Rowing at Lake Washington Rowing Club Fremont




 SINCE 1957 




The Lake Washington Rowing Club is here to further the sport of rowing, in the greater Seattle area.


We have activities and programs for all adults. From learn to row, to competitive rowing.

Since 1957, LWRC has been a community for rowers of many backgrounds.  Originally established as a training ground for Olympic Rowers, we have become the home for life-long recreational rowers to highly competitive international athletes.

Today, the majority of LWRC members are masters (age 22 and older) rowers from beginner to elite. The common denominator throughout the membership is a love of the sport. The club takes pride in itself as a friendly, volunteer-based organization.  Our the club seeks to pass on a strong tradition of technical skills and racing acumen. We focus mainly on sculling in small boats.


LWRC co-hosts the Head of the Lake Regatta, with the University of Washington, in early November . The HOTL is one of the largest fall head races on the West Coast. The regatta attracts rowers from the Northwest, California, and Canada. 

Click here to learn more about Lake Washington Rowing club's history.

Why Row at Lake Washington?


An amazing boathouse in the heart of Fremont, modern equipment, a full gym, a lounge and a lot of flexibility and freedom make Lake Washington unique.


We offer a number of masters rowing programs throughout the year that cater to different experience levels and schedules. Our experienced coaches teach in small groups.


Lake Washington is a supportive community of athletes who are passionate about rowing. We drive each other to be better rowers and have fun together on and off the water.


Lake Washington Rowing Club is the oldest rowing club in Seattle with a rich history and a long legacy of teaching the art of rowing. The club is entirely run by volunteers. 

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