On Emigrant Lake, Ashland, Oregon
Nominations are coming in!
Did you know that James Adams, Ron Iverson and Paul Noyes are in the running for the Tao of Thommes? How about Louis Plummer for the Kiesling Cup and Rachel Ball for the Spirit of Competition? What to honor a member who did something great this year. Nominate them for an award. You have til [...] ..Read More
Tech Talk is scheduled
The first Tech Talk of the winter has been set for 7 pm Thursday evening. We will focus on the different approaches to setting crew line ups. Important considerations, specific outcomes, training vs racing (or not crashing) are amongst the points that will be discussed. The goal is to explore methods of setting boats to [...] ..Read More
The Ashland Rowing Club is a non-profit organization, open to anyone 12 and older, offering recreational and competitive outdoor and indoor rowing to the broader Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon.
ARC offers summer camps, rowing clinics, coaching and private and group lessons as well as regularly-scheduled coached and un-coached competitive and recreational rowing turnouts. We welcome Masters, Juniors and visitors.
We row year-round on Emigrant Lake, where we provided 40-foot long public use dock & boat racks. Just off the lake, we own a 3000 square foot boathouse with dozens of ergometers, weight machines and substantial sheltered boat storage. Parking for up to 36 vehicles is across the street.
Both masters and juniors racers have excelled regionally and nationally during their time with ARC and after.