Adult Rowing

Winter Rowing League

No experience necessary.


Winter Rowing League is a fantastic way to learn rowing technique using both the erg machines and indoor rowing tanks at the Millvale Training Center. Classes help develop skills and fitness to prepare athletes for on the water rowing. If you have ever wanted to try rowing this is a great place to start! 


The fall 2021 session of WRL has been canceled. We are preparing the facilities and look forward to an excellent start to the indoor season in January of 2022. 


Session 1 January 3rd - February 10th

Session 2 February 14th - March 24th

Session 3 April 4th - May 12th


Register for one night per week and plan to attend on that night each week for the entirety of the session.

NOTE:  Per TRRA COVID-19 protocols, all Winter Rowing League Participants must be fully vaccinated or show proof of a negative PCR Test taken within 72 hours of each training session.  Proof of Vaccination can be uploaded here:  TRRA-WRL Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Form

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Summer Rowing League

No experience necessary.


We are incredibly excited to announce the return of Summer Rowing League! Put together a team of friends or co-workers (or register just yourself and be placed on a team) and row the Allegheny with us this summer. 

This summer will consist of one ten-week season between June 7 and August 12. Each night (Monday - Thursday) will have two sessions each, at 5:45p and 7:30p. You can register a team of 8-10 people or register yourself as a free agent and be placed with a team.

Register here!

Registration opens Monday, May 10, 2021 - 12 p.m. ET


Log Book Sculling

Many rowers take advantage of "log book sculling" at TRRA.  Community members with their own equipment can be Log Book Scullers or members who have passed their TRRA Sculling Certification and wish to row a club owned boat.  All rowers are required to use the iCrew app, whether rowing with their own equipment, or equipment belonging to TRRA. Failure to reserve dock time, or log in and out of your rowing sessions can result in suspension of dock privileges. Please help ensure your own safety, and help manage and maintain TRRA equipment.

To participate in log book sculling, you must be certified. There are two ways to become certified at TRRA:

  • Complete private sculling lessons, or...

  • Test out by demonstrating your rowing experience. The cost to test out is $25. Certifications can only be done in Zone 1 of the safety matrix and if the water temperature is above 60°F/15.5°c.

Use of TRRA equipent:

  • To use TRRA equipment outside of lessons, you must have an active TRRA campus registration. Register here.

  • TRRA shells must be reserved via the iCrew app.  Once you are a member in good standing, you will be invited to the TRRA iCrew app portal.

  • Visiting rowers must reserve a shell by emailing Matt Logue, Executive Director of TRRA

Rack space rental for your own equipment:


To become certified to row sculling boats or paddle outrigger canoes at TRRA, you will need to submit the following forms, available on the SAFETY page of this site:

  • Safety Video Certification

  • Swim Test Certification

  • TRRA Waiver


Certification checklists:


Sign up for a masters team here

Masters Rowing


Three Rivers Rowing Association has one of the largest Masters rowing communities in the country. Our programs provide a structured rowing environment that provides rowing skill development, race opportunities and, most importantly, a strong sense of community. Our Masters embrace the TRRA vision of being leaders, both on and off the water and have the race results and community engagement receipts to prove it.
Our Masters programs run annually beginning in April.  Practice schedules and racing opportunities vary by program (see below). Prerequisites for each program are also outlined in the program descriptions below.  Moving between programs during a given year is possible if prerequisites are met and/or the coaches of both programs agree that the move is a good fit for both the athlete and the program.

Start or end your day on the water with the TRRA Masters! Sign up for one of our programs today:



Sessions per week:  4
Weekday Schedule:  Monday, Wednesday, Friday:  5:00am - 7:00am
Weekend Schedule:  Sunday:  6:45 - 9am
2021 Cost:  $850.00
Prerequisites:  At least 3 years of competitive rowing experience.


Sessions per week:  3
Weekday Schedule:  Monday and Wednesday:  6:15 - 8:15pm
Weekend Schedule:  Saturday:  9:30 - 11:30am
2021 Cost:  $660.00
Prerequisites:  Completion of the TRRA Adult Learn to Row program, or at least one year of previous rowing program experience.



Sessions per week:  2
Weekday Schedule:  Tuesday:  6:15 - 8:30pm
Weekend Schedule:  Saturday 10:00 - 12:00 OR Sunday (TBD)
2021 Cost:  $400.00
Prerequisites:  Completion of the TRRA Adult Learn to Row program, or at least one year of previous rowing program experience.

Mid-Morning Masters:

Sessions per week:  2
Weekday Schedule:  Tuesday and Thursday:  9:30 - 11:30am
2021 Cost:  $400.00
Prerequisites:  Completion of the TRRA Adult Learn to Row program, or at least one year of previous rowing program experience.

Sunrise Scullers:

Sessions per week:  2
Weekday Schedule:  Tuesday and Thursday:  5:30 - 7:00am
2021 Cost:  $200.00
Prerequisites:  Must be TRRA Sculling Certified.

Cost & Payment:

TRRA is proud to provide multiple ways of payment.  Individuals may pay by credit card at the time of registration, pay by check at the completion of registration or enroll in our Automatic Bank Debit (ABD) system at the completion of registration.  If enrolling in our ABD system, your total fee will be divided by 12 and that amount will be automatically deducted from your bank account each month.