North Orlando Rowing
THE 2021/2022 SEASON IS
We have a FANTASTIC new facility with our partner 'The College Park Lions Club. The facility will allow North Orlando to grow beyond its' current size and will offers our rowers opportunities for community service in partnership with the College Park Lions!
North Orlando Rowing is a non-profit club of rowing enthusiasts organized to teach, practice and promote the sport of rowing in Central Florida, to encourage a health lifestyle, and to foster teamwork in the sport of rowing among youth of diverse backgrounds and levels of experience.
407 610-IROW (4769)
Session 1 - May 31 - June 10
Session 2 June 13- June 24
Session 3 June 27- July 8
Session 4 July 11 - July 22
Session 5 July 25 - August 5
Camp Sessions run from 8am to Noon Monday through Friday. See out Programs tab for more information.
Summer Camp Registration is Open
North Orlando Rowing (NOR) has a two week trial that allows athletes to try out the sport. This is a great way to see how the team operates and to see if rowing is a sport you might like.
If you are interested, please click the link below or contact North Orlando for more information.
We practice on GEORGOUS Lake Fairview !!
Come Check out the North Orlando Rowing Boathouse at the College Park Lions Club
1782 Fairview Shores Dr.
Orlando, FL 32804
North Orlando Rowing or 'NOR', has been rowing on Lake Fairview since 2007. During this time the team has grown and produced collegiate rowers every year. North Orlando prides itself on building rowers with skills and character.
Rowing is hard work but fun! Rowers make lifetime friendships, learn a sport that can last a lifetime and develop the discipline to succeed. NOR coaches will teach new rowers the basics through the fine points of sweep and scull rowing and rowers can take the sport as far as they wish.
All North Orlando Rowing athletes have experienced physical transformations being a part of a competitive team. North Orlando Rowing conditioning and strength training changes appearances, self-perception and self-esteem.
Rowing is the ultimate team sport. In addition to individual conditioning and strength factors, rowing requires a synchronicity not found in many other sports.
Balancing the sport with scholastic work and other pursuits may be challenging at first. The end result, however, is a focused young adult with time-management skills, ready to take on life’s challenges.
At the 2019 FSRA State Sweep Championship Regatta in Sarasota, NOR boys Jr 8+ boat finished 6th in the state; Freshman girls 4+ crew placed 5th in the state; boys Jr. 2+ finished 7th in the state and the girls Jr. 4+ boat placed 1st in the state and receiving the Championship trophy.