of The Woodlands

offering  community rowing since 1989



About RCTW

Learn To Row

After completing a Learn-To-Row program, all rowers are eligible to become a member of the Rowing Club of The Woodlands. Club membership provides access to club equipment including recreational and racing shells (singles,

doubles, or quads), ergometers, free weights, clinics and social events.



The Rowing Club of The Woodlands (RCTW) is a community based 501c(3) non-profit organization and has called North Shore Park home since 1989. Members have come from diverse ethnic and socio-economic demographics. Rowers, including Olympians, from around the world have visited to row on Lake Woodlands.



The program includes three on the water sessions. You will be taught by individuals whom have hundreds of hours of rowing experience. Due to equipment and volunteer limitations, the maximum number of beginning rowers allowed is 12 per class. Classes begin regularly based on interest.




Founded in 1989 by a small group of rowing enthusiasts, The Rowing Club of The Woodlands has grown to include over 60 members. Previous members are now spread throughout the world.  Our fleet was composed of just three boats and now includes over 24 boats with a boathouse located in Northshore Park. The Rowing Club of The Woodlands is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to offering an assortment of recreational, intermediate and elite rowing

New Season

Puff RCTW Membership

opportunities for the weekend, weather-loving rower to the nation-level competitor.  


We educate, provide equipment and promote the sport of rowing from recreational through competitive levels.  Whether you have no experience and want to Learn to Row or rowed for years and want to become a member, Contact Us and let’s get rowing!

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