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~ 2023 ~

30 years of competition, fun, fitness, and learning!

...and we're celebrating all year long!

The Corvallis Rowing Club (CRC) is a non-profit Masters rowing club based in Corvallis, Oregon, USA. It was established in 1993 by local rowing alumni with a mission to provide rowing education, enjoyment, and fitness in a team-oriented atmosphere for people of Corvallis and surrounding communities.


The club is comprised of about 50 members, including men and women ranging in age from 21 to over 80. Rowing skills range from novices to highly experienced gold medalists. We compete in local and regional Masters regattas and several at the national level. Individual goals vary from aggressive training and serious competition to those who row to stay fit and active.


CRC owns a fleet of eights, fours, and a quad, including oars, cox boxes, and other support equipment. Several members own personal singles and doubles. Through a partnership agreement with Oregon State Rowing, the club trains on the Willamette River out of the Oregon State University Rowing Center, which is located on the east bank of the river (left at the light immediately after crossing the Van Buren Street Bridge).


Events & Updates

Learn-to-Row Day

Saturday, June 1, 2024

9:30am – noon

A 2.5 hour rowing experience offered by our Club’s experienced master rowers and many CRC volunteers. This event provides a glimpse into the world of rowing.
Get REGISTRATION and other details.

Beginning Rowing Classes 

Beginning Rowing Session I

2024 dates TBD

Mon, Wed, & Fri (5:30-7:30pm)

2 weeks, 6 classes


Beginning Rowing Session II

2024 dates TBD

Mon, Wed, & Fri (5:30-7:30pm)

2 weeks, 6 classes


Session I must be taken before Session II.

Get REGISTRATION and other details.

2024 Races  

See the full race lis

(Be sure you are current with dues and waivers.)

OSU Rowing 2024 Youth Rowing Camps

Session I:  TBD

Session II: TBD

Session III: TBD

For ages 13-19

Opening Day 2019.PNG

We have two boats going to Opening Day 2023 -- a womens' boat (W60+) and a men's boat (M60+). LET'S GO! In 2019, our M60+ won G-O-L-D by 4/100th of a second. That's win of about 9 inches. See video.

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