RowDayton - Home of the Dayton Boat Club (DBC)
The region’s most successful high school rowing program!
Adults (21 and up)
u23 (18 yrs - 23 yrs)
Juniors (13 yrs - 18 yrs)
Juniors Into to Rowing Sessions (free!)
- Go to Juniors Page and scroll down for more information.
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The Boathouse (where we practice) | River Conditions
Artist rendering of the future DBC boathouse.
DBC Mission Statement
Our mission is to develop the sport of competitive rowing in Dayton. We provide organized programs for juniors and masters rowing, and we have cultivated a relationship with the University of Dayton rowing programs. We provide a cohesive organization that accommodates different types of members, including men, women, and high-school students of all expertise levels, within the context of a single unified club. Our club culture encourages members to treat each other with respect, to make safety and enjoyable achievement our highest goals, and to understand and care for our common equipment and facilities. We pride ourselves on our high retention rate and our excellent competitive results. Our top goals: retaining athletes and properly preparing them for life long enjoyment of the sport.
Dayton Regional Rowing
Dayton Regional Rowing, the nation’s only Community Olympic Development Program for rowing, is a partnership between USRowing, Five Rivers MetroParks, the Dayton Boat Club and Greater Dayton Rowing Association. The United States Olympic Committee-designated Dayton Regional Rowing provides athletes new opportunities and enhances the Dayton region’s outdoor recreation offerings.
The mission of Dayton Regional Rowing is to provide lifelong personal development and active lifestyles for Miami Valley youth through the sport of rowing. Dayton Regional Rowing collaborates with the USOC and USRowing to offer a community-based rowing program that helps athletes develop their performance, thus enhancing the Olympic sports feeder system in Dayton.