The Newburgh Rowing Club is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization, and a federally registered charity, based at the Ward Brothers Memorial Park in the City of Newburgh, on the majestic Hudson River.

Newburgh Rowing Club offers Learn to Row Programs for ages 10 – 17 and Competitive Rowing programs for Middle School and High School students. Our ground-breaking scholarship-based inclusion program called “America Rows Newburgh,” is an official affiliate of USRowing’s America Rows inclusion program. We also offer Summer Camp, Open Row, Recreational Rowing, After-School Fitness and Adult rowing, as well as community service opportunities.

Newburgh Rowing Club has a 6,000 square foot, two-story Boathouse with more than 30 indoor rowing machines (“ergometers”) and a fully-equipped weight room; and a fleet of over 75 muscle powered vessels, from kayaks and gig boats to sculling crew shells and sweep crew shells.