About The Club
To support and promote community and high school rowing at all levels.
Building Community One Stroke at Time
Life Health Through Rowing
All Ages, All Abilities, All FUN
Noank Rowing Club is a non-profit ‘building community one stroke at a time’. NRC is for all ages, abilities and seasons rowing out of the Spicer Park, on the Beebe Cove, Noank Connecticut. We own and maintain both sweep and sculling equipment.
Beebe Cove’s encircled waterway is located on the west side of the Mystic River, offering superb flat water conditions for learners and
surprisingly calm water most windy days for the experienced! The cove’s railroad bridge provides access to the Mystic River enabling long distance training, sight seeing and open water touring.
We offer classes for a range of ages, fitness levels and abilites, enjoying "life health through rowing". Gathering on a semi-formal basis club members row together or connect with others to row on their own. While some members like to remain in Beebe Cove, other more experienced people prefer to go out on the Mystic River for a longer workout, more varied surroundings, or more challenging conditions.
Where is the Boathouse? NRC rows out of Spicer Park, on Beebe Cove in Noank. Below are directions:
From Groton: Travel on Route 1 to the top of Long Hill Road near Fitch High School. Turn south onto Route 215. Take third left onto Brook Street (approx. 1 mile). Follow Brook Street to the stop sign at the bottom of the hill. Turn right on Elm Street. Travel one block towards Noank, the Noank Cemetery will be on your right. Take first left on to Spicer Avenue. Spicer Park is on left
From Mystic: Travel Water Street from downtown Mystic towards Noank. You will travel through a stop sign, and will pass Beebe Cove (on left). Turn left onto Spicer Avenue – it’s a small road – approx 3 miles from Mystic. If you come to a (second) stop sign, you’ve gone too far. Spicer Park is on left.You are welcome to join us – Won’t you give rowing a try? If you still have questions, just drop us an email and we’ll get right back to you
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following people and organizations:
In all activities, club-sponsored or individual, we take boating safety very seriously and require that all members follow the safe-boating procedures laid out in the Club’s Rules and Regulations.The Friends of Fitch Crew (dba) The Noank Rowing Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. You are welcome to contact us via our General Inquiry Form, by mail at PO Box 296 Mystic, CT 06355 or find us on Facebook.