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General Membership Benefits

General members of the Indianapolis Rowing Center have the benefit of using the facility and equipment located in Eagle Creek Park.  The facility includes the boathouse, docks, water, boats, oars and rowing machines.  Members also have the opportunity for one free private (or group) lesson with an IRC Coach.  Entry fees will be waived for ONE IRC hosted regatta for members as well.  

Current members renew each year in March, as IRC returns back to the water.  New members are welcome to join at any time of the year!

Membership options include Individual, Household, Young Adult and Coxswain.  Scholarships for Financial Need are available.  

More information can be found here.

Adults and Masters

The Indianapolis Rowing Center offers Learn to Row classes for new rowers and programs for experienced rowers.  IRC operates year round but the boathouse is only open during the rowing months (March-November).  Classes typically begin in April and will run through October.

For more information on adult programming click here.

IRC also offers a summer rowing program for collegiate and open class rowers.  It is aimed primarily at college rowers looking to improve fitness and technique over the summer. We will be competing at summer regattas if there is sufficient interest.  

Juniors and Collegiate

The Indianapolis Rowing Center junior program is a rowing club for middle-school and high-school athletes grades 7-12.  We are a US Rowing registered club drawing athletes from nearly 20 Indianapolis area schools.  The program runs year round with racing being held in the fall and spring and training camps in winter and summer.  

During the summer the junior program also holds our Novice Summer Rowing Camp.  Accepting youth as young as 12, this is a great way to experience rowing in a more relaxed atmosphere or to get a head start on your first racing season. 

As a 501(c)(3) organization, IRC is committed to making the sport of rowing accessible to all interested individuals.  As part of this mission, IRC does provide financial assistance.  

For more information on junior programming click here.


The Indianapolis Rowing Center is proud to offer rowing to the physically challenged individuals in the Indianapolis community.  IRC has acquired adaptive equipment through a Christopher Reeve Foundation grant allowing us to teach on the indoor rowing machines and then provide on-the-water rowing opportunities.

For more information on adaptive rowing click here.


The Indianapolis Rowing Center provides rowing programs to underprivileged youth in the Public School system through our RowIndy Program.  Our Mission is to provide rowing to youth and adults of all social and economic backgrounds.  Students come to the boathouse in Eagle Creek Park for on the water rowing experience in April and May.  

Rowing exposes the students to higher education opportunities and scholarships at the collegiate level.  Rowing also provides the opportunity to improve their physical fitness and communication, while emphasizing teamwork.

More information on RowIndy can be found here.

Contact Us
The Indianapolis Rowing Center boathouse is located insideEagle Creek Park on Eagle Creek Reservoir.  
The IRC director maintains an office in the Eagle Creek Park Office Building.

Boathouse Address - No packages
7350 Eagle Beach Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46254
(317) 991-1829
IRC Director's Office - Packages
Janet Klochko, Interim Executive Director
7840 W. 56 St. Indianapolis, IN 46254
Indianapolis, IN 46254
(317) 991-1829
IRC Director's Office
Postal Address
Indianapolis Rowing Center 
PO Box 53223
Indianapolis, IN  46253
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