Rowing Adventures in Toronto and Niagara
Argonaut Rowing Club
Founded in 1872, the Argonaut Rowing Club is known as the one of Canada’s oldest and largest clubs. It offers programs for individuals and teams, for beginners and professionals. Argonaut Rowing Club is located on the Western Beaches of Toronto, and has programs for persons with disabilities to learn to row and participate as recreational or competitive members.
As stated on their website, the Argonaut Rowing Club inspires a lifelong passion for the sport of rowing in all members. ARC is open to anyone interested in rowing, whether beginner or elite rower.
Durham Rowing Club
For all fans of water sports, Durham Rowing Club offers safe and various programs for everyone, individuals and groups. You can choose among junior, competitive, recreational and para-rowing.
According to the website, they closely monitor the weather for adverse conditions like Thunderstorms, high winds causing white cap wave conditions, and fog. In the case of adverse weather conditions, they will cancel the session in advance as possible via email and provide opportunities to make up the missed sessions.
South Niagara Rowing Club
South Niagara Rowing Club offers rowing programs for youth and adults. Coaches can teach anyone how to row, and open up about why they are so passionate about the sport.
According to the website, the South Niagara Rowing Club is honoured to be nominated by the people of Welland as part of the Welland Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Awards! The club has been nominated in a whopping 6 categories!
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