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Rowing

The broad, smooth course of the Tennessee River, from Chickamauga Dam into the scenic Tennessee River Gorge, gives scullers and crews of all ages the perfect venue on which to practice and compete.

Photos by David R. Cartlidge

Peaceful summer mornings play host to solo rowers, who seek the calm waters and fresh air of the river valley.

In the autumn, those same waters churn from the oars of club, prep and collegiate teams, who flock to Chattanooga for the Chattanooga Head Race and the Head of the Hooch, the nation’s largest single day regatta.

For those seeking to learn this beautiful sport, the Lookout Rowing Club and Chattanooga Junior Rowers offer beginning rowing classes throughout the summer.

Both organizations base their activities out of the William G. Raoul Rowing Center, only 1 mile from downtown Chattanooga along Tennessee Riverpark greenway.

GPS Coordinates

35.053803, -85.288132

Google Map to Rowing Center

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