Welcome to Milton Keynes Rowing Club
Milton Keynes Rowing Club (MKRC) is based at Caldecotte Lake on the south side of the city, at the Water Sports Centre on Monellan Grove (map at the bottom of this page). We share access to the lake (which gives us around a 1 kilometre straight run) and a clubhouse with the Milton Keynes Sailing and Canoe Clubs.
We have an active Summer and Winter Programme of races, events and training schedules, weekends and mid-week, as well as social functions. This covers both water training (both rowing and sculling) and land based training (circuits and rowing machines).
Membership is varied and we encourage all levels of rowing and sculling ability, from experienced rowers to complete newcomers to the sport (for whom we run Learn to Row courses). We welcome people of all ages and abilities, from complete beginners through to experienced, competitive rowers. We also welcome supporters who perhaps may wish to take their sport a little less seriously or just help with the club's activities and have now introduced a Recreational Rowing squad.
If you do intend dropping in, please check our race schedule first, to make sure we will be there!
To find out more about the club, please do browse the site - to find directions to the club, please see the map at the bottom of the page
Rock Up to Row!Milton Keynes Rowing Club are pleased to be hosting a "Rock Up to Row" day on Saturday August 27th. Held in conjunction with MK Sailing Club, this will provide you with the opportunity to catch the Olympic fever and get out and feel what it is like to row. There's no need to book, just "Rock Up to Row" at any time on the day. We look forward to seeing you there!
World Masters GOLD for MKRC
Our first ever entry into the World Masters Regatta saw some excellent performances by the club, culminating in a magnificent World Masters GOLD from Karen and Paula in the Women's Masters E pair. Raced over four days at Hazewinkel in Belgium, this pitted our crews against those from all around the world (Karen and Paula beating crews from Australia, USA and Hungary as well as another British boat).