2022 Season Options for Youth and Adults

Welcome to Coventry Lake Community Rowing! We are dedicated to the community and hope to be able to offer rowing options to maintain and encourage healthy living. Rowing is completely voluntary. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. 

STEP 1: Know what type of rower you are:

  • ROWER TYPE 1 (RT1): Beginner (NEVER rowed before - canoeing and kayaking do not count as experience)
  • ROWER TYPE 2 (RT2): Novice (in your first year of rowing)
  • ROWER TYPE 3 (RT3): Intermediate (in your 2nd year or more of rowing)
  • ROWER TYPE 4 (RT4): Advanced (can row a racing single with confidence and control)
  • YOUTH High School: Entering freshman year through senior
  • COLLEGIATE: Currently enrolled in a college
  • YOUTH Middle School: Entering 6th through 8th

STEP 2: Review Summer Rowing Options

CLCR has over 10 singles available to accommodate all rower types, sizes, and abilities. Please fill out our scholarship form if you are in financial need or contact us at coach@coventrylakerowing.com

RT1 Beginner Private/Semi-Private:

Sessions are approximately 1 hour.

  • $30 session for 1st time rowers

Please see RT2 options for after first Learn2 session


RT2 Novice Sessions:
RT3 Intermediate Sessions
RT3 and RT4: Captain's Privileges
Youth Competitive/Rec
Middle School Privates and Spring Learn-2

STEP 3: Sign up for US Rowing

NOTE: This has to be done before your 2nd session. Go to US Rowing and, if you are not already a member, join the basic individual membership ($15) and  SIGN THE WAIVER. Your registration with a CLCR program is not complete until you are registered with US Rowing and have signed the waiver.

    1. Put in Coventry Lake Community Rowing Inc. for Club or Team Name
    2. Our Club Code is H4YWA.

STEP 4: Register

What should I wear and/or bring?

Spandex pants best (avoid loose fitting shorts that can get caught in the wheels of the seat), and fitted or not too loose athletic top including layers if necessary. Avoid pockets like on sweatshirts. Many rowers wear socks when they row. Crocks are excellent for while on land or an old pair of sneakers. Although not a usual practice for rowers (we like callouses), for summer 2020, feel free to wear gloves if you prefer. Make sure you bring your own water to stay hydrated.

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COVID-19: Rower's Responsibility Code

Rowing is completely voluntary. By going to the CLCR lake area (outside your home) you are agreeing to the following rules and that you will be mindful of all other persons. If you feel unwell, stay home. Please communicate with your instructor if you have any concerns. Singles are by nature socially distanced and are always an option for those seeking an outlet without being grouped with others.