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Mid-Hudson Rowing Association is committed to provide affordable rowing opportunities. We are a non-profit organization. Grants, donations and fund-raising allow us to acquire equipment that is used by our members and often shared with the local scholastic rowing community. Our fees cover HRRA Community Boathouse rental, insurance, USRowing membership, equipment maintenance, coaching and other operating expenses.
Members are invited to attend all MHRA events, row with Club equipment, use the HRRA Community Boathouse facilities, receive a club t-shirt, a water bottle, and vote at the annual meeting to determine the Board of Directors and plan for the next rowing season
Members can participate in
4 weekly coached sweep row sessions: Tuesday: 5:30-7:00AM, Thursday: 6:00-7:30PM, Saturday/Sunday: 7:00-9:00AM
3 weekly coached sculling sessions: Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 5:30-7:00AM.
Independent daily sculling for certified scullers
Extra/special rowing events (holiday rows, moonlight rows and Mills Mansion Row).
Regattas & Local rowing/sculling skirmishes
Winter tank rows
All MHRA events (Riverside pancake/potluck breakfast, barbeque, dinner, yard sale, socials)
Annual Membership (April 1st, 2017 to March 31st, 2018)
Family (w/Private Shell): $560
Family (w/Private Shell 2 or more): $385
Individual (w/Private Shell): $280
College Student: $200
Monthly Membership: $140
Learn to Row - $75 of the $150 Learn to Row fee may be applied to the first annual membership fee.
College student membership: If you are a college student and would like to take Learn to Row, you may apply $55 of the $150 Learn to Row fee towards the $200 membership fee.
* Private boat: MHRA members can rent private boat racks through the Hudson River Rowing Association. Fill out the HRRA Boat Rack Waiting List online and notify us that you are on the private boat rack waiting list.
For more information contact our Membership Coordinators email
MHRA members are welcome to invite a guest to row with us if the guest has rowing experience and signs the USRA Waiver, Swim Release/Emergency Contact forms. These forms are also available in the plastic file box in the cabinet shelves under the rowing log.
Non-rowing guests may ride in the launch if there is room and the launch driver gives his approval. These guests also must sign the forms listed above.
US Rowing Waiver: Online
) for members/LTRers & Form
(for guest rowers)
Brochure & Forms