Station L Rowing Club is a member-governed 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation located in Portland, Oregon. Founded in 1972, we are a community rowing club and offer a complete adult rowing program, from accessible Learn to Row classes for the general public, to high-level competitive opportunities for our members. Coached programs include both sculling and sweep rowing.
The club can be found at the Portland Boathouse, now located at 403 Caruthers St. in a red and white building next door to the cabooses of Mt. Hood Brewing Company. In addition to serving Station L, the Portland Boathouse is home to Willamette Riverkeeper, Rose City Rowing Club, Wasabi Paddling Club, and Portland State University Crew. Our boatyard is located at the west end of SE Ivon St, past Celtics Restorations. Our access to the Willamette River in downtown Portland gives us miles of river suitable for rowing year-round.
Station L boasts a fleet of seven 8+’s, five 4+’s, six 4x’s, twelve 2x/2-‘s, and access to over fifty singles. Club members compete in local, regional, and national regattas in the masters category. In 2016, we won the Efficiency Points Trophy at the USRowing Masters National Championships and followed that up in 2017 by taking home the Women’s Team Points Trophy at the USRowing Northwest Regional Masters Championships.
Clubhouse Location: 403 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR 97214
Boatyard Location: west end of SE Ivon St, past Celtics Restorations (315 SE Ivon St, Portland, OR 97214)
Mailing Address: Station L Rowing Club, PO Box 14171, Portland, OR 97293
As a 501(c)3 non profit corporation, our IRS form 990 and other related forms are available for public inspection upon request.