Our club includes men and women ranging in age from 18 to 85. Many of our members are in mid-life, and most have learned to row in recent years.
Beginners. To row, you should have the capacity for moderate exercise and reasonable swimming skills. Beginning rowing does not challenge one's physical capacities; it takes a considerable amount of time in boats to master the technique well enough to get a significant workout.
BECOME A MEMBER
To become a member, you must demonstrate rowing skill or take our Learn-to-Row class. Membership fees can be found on our MEMBERSHIP FORM. Family and reduced fee student memberships are available. Intermediate and advanced coached classes require a further monetary committment. To become a member, you must also sign a WAIVER FORM. See the PROGRAMS page for this information.
RENT SPACE FOR A PERSONAL BOAT
If you are a member in good standing of the Lansing Rowing Club and you have your own rowing shell, you may apply to store up to three boats in the boathouse for a per-boat price determined on a yearly basis. See the MEMBERSHIP FORM for details.
ONLINE MEMBERSHIP PAYMENT WITH PAYPAL OR CREDIT CARDTo make a payment online via Paypal or with a credit card, select from the membership options listed below and then press the Add to Cart button. Your browser will automatically open up the Lansing Rowing Club payment page. If there are other options such as personal boat storage or additional family members you will need to select that option and add it to your cart. If you have more than 1 personal boat you can adjust the quantity on the Paypal site. When you are ready to pay, click the button that says "Check out with PayPal". If you have a PayPal account, enter your information and proceed through the instructions. If you don't have a Paypal account, click on the link that says "Don't have a Paypal account?". You can then enter your credit card information.
Members and prospective members are strongly encouraged to read the Lansing Rowing Club Bylaws and Rowing Manual. These documents comprise the rules by which you are expected to conduct yourself as a member in good standing. You will need Adobe Reader to see these documents. Click on a document below to see it.