Pinawa Rowing Club
The Pinawa Rowing Club was formed in 1987. The clubhouse is located at the Pinawa Marina on the Winnipeg River. The PRC offers Learn-to-Row programs for adults and high school students as well as training programs at the junior and master levels.
PRC members participate in regattas at all levels, from provincial to national as well in the North West International Rowing Association circuit. The Pinawa Rowing Club is an active member of the Manitoba Rowing Association. The main catchment area for the PRC includes Pinawa and the surrounding communities of Lac du Bonnet, Seven Sisters and Whitemouth.
Box 591, Willis Drive Pinawa,MB R0R 1L0
Prairie Fire Rowing Centre
The PFRC offers adult and junior learn to row programs throughout the summer months. The objective of PFRC is to expand the capacity for rowing within Winnipeg for a wider range of interested individuals and to assist with the development of the provincial teams through early identification of athletes.
20 Lyndale Drive
64 Roslyn Crescent
The Winnipeg Rowing Club
The Winnipeg Rowing Club (WRC) was founded in 1881. The club has been on both sides of the Red River, south of the Forks for over a century. The WRC has produced many National and International Champions, including George Galt, Elswood Bole, Culver Riley and Theo Dubois.
The WRC had been at 144 Lyndale Drive for over 50 years before it moved to its present location at 20 Lyndale Dr. in 1990, just in time to host the Western Canada Summer Games. The Winnipeg Rowing Club is a non-profit organization and is operated entirely by the membership with assistance from the Manitoba Rowing Association. An elected Board of Directors, made up of volunteers is responsible for the general operations of the WRC.
The WRC offers programs to all ages and levels to individuals and groups throughout the city of Winnipeg. The WRC provides training and rowing instruction on a year round basis.
Kenora Rowing Club
Kenora Rowing Club (KRC) has several categories of memberships:
- Learn to Row – Adult: Program includes a safety video, introduction to the boathouse, description and understanding of the equipment used and a water session in training boats.
- Learn to Row – Youth: Program includes a safety video, introduction to the boathouse, description and understanding of the equipment used and a water session in training boats.
- IROW: to introduce school groups/ youth to rowing. Program includes a safety video, introduction to the boathouse, description and understanding of the equipment used and a water session in training boats.
- Adult Recreational: adults who have completed learn to row, has full club privileges, has completed learn to row
- Junior Competitive: rows in sanctioned regattas, 17 yrs of age or younger. Has completed learn to row
- Adult Competitive: rows in sanctioned regattas and has full club privileges
- Adult Recreation Punch Cards: same as Adult Recreation, just pay for a punch card of 6 rows.
110 Birchwood Crescent