Lake Lanier Rowing Club

3105 Clarks Bridge Road

Our primary objective is to further the sport of rowing in the Northeast Georgia area. The scope of our activities extends from the training of persons who have never rowed before to the training and development of Olympic caliber rowers. The club has programs for recreational and competitive rowing for juniors and adults of all ages. We are located on Lake Lanier, Gainesville/Hall County, Georgia -- site of the 1996 Olympic Rowing Events.

LLRC distinguishes itself from other rowing programs in the area, primarily through an emphasis on mastery of boat handling skills as well as rowing technique. The individualized attention available from our coaches as well as the collective depth of experience of our membership will allow you to progress to whatever degree of proficiency you are capable. We also emphasize fellowship and working together toward common goals within the club.

LLRC is a not-for-profit organization, and all members are expected to participate in club work parties, meetings, and equipment maintenance. As a club member, access to the boathouse and use of club equipment is very flexible.


Stephen Whelpley

Monday, March 27, 2017
A lot of great programs going on here and cool to see a good resurgence. I wish they hadn't sold out and put advertisements all over the finish line tower, but I understand why. Also, not a fan of the bright sign on the tower. But the course is great and one of the best in the country and the facilities are 100% functional. John Ferris is the man!

Joe Zoller

Sunday, July 30, 2017
Coach Theda spent a couple of hours helping my children learn how to kayak. They have a lot of great resources there. The facility is a leftover from the Olympics.

Honey Secunda

Monday, Sep. 25, 2017
Great place to kayak and learn how to use the Long Boards.. too fun

David Abeyta

Saturday, May 27, 2017
Having a great time rowing here! Very beautiful and lush

David Whitesell

Friday, May 26, 2017
Great venue. Wish I experienced the Olympics here.