QCRC now offers rowing at two locations, Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati OH and our new boathouse in Clermont County located at East Fork Lake

Our goal is to make rowing available to everybody and empower individuals to develop strength, teamwork, and character through the sport of rowing.

Queen City Rowing Club is part of Queen City Watersports Center, Inc, a Non-Profit 501 C-3 organization dedicated to the promotion of rowing for all communities including Adult, Youth, Veterans, Inner City Youth, and Adaptive.


 
 

Register now for the 2018 Queen City Fall Classic

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Harsha Lake, East Fork State Park in Bethel, OH
Come compete this fall in exciting sculling and sweep racing for Youth, Collegiate, and Masters categories! Race against competitive crews on a world-class, well-buoyed course that offers great views for spectators.
Register below on RegattaCentral, Learn More for additional information, or Book a Hotel with special reduced rates for the regatta.

 

Adult Rowing

QCRC is a club dedicated to promoting rowing and wellness to the community.  We strive to foster an environment where everybody has the chance to improve their lives and self-confidence. Sculling and sweep rowing available.

Adult Rowing

Youth Rowing

QCRC now offers youth competitive rowing programs for ages 12–18 at two locations. East Fork Lake in Clermont County and in the City of Cincinnati. We create an environment that is respectful, competitive, and positive where rowers will develop excellent life skills and self-confidence. For more information for our programs please contact us.

Youth Rowing ›

Indoor Rowing

QCRC offers challenging indoor rowing sessions for all levels that include rowing specific training, weightlifting, and cardio. These fun classes are aimed to promote personal health, increase fitness, and teach the basics of rowing technique. 

Indoor Rowing › 


Big announcement!

"Clermont Crew Transfers Operations of East Fork State Park Boathouse to Queen City Rowing Club"