About Sammamish Rowing
Sammamish Rowing Association (SRA) is a not-for-profit community rowing organization founded in 1995, located in communities east of Seattle at the north end of Lake Sammamish. SRA operates in partnership with King County Parks and the City of Redmond.
From early in its history until recent years, SRA’s resources were largely consumed by the process of building a new boathouse to replace the aging boatshed in which the organization spent its formative years.
The state-of-the-art Hod Fowler Boathouse was dedicated in 2016 and is now the home for SRA’s premier fleet of rowing shells, as well the place where our close community of over 800 adult and youth rowers and their families convene to enjoy their shared passion for rowing.
SRA provides an inclusive community that ignites a passion for rowing by encouraging the development of our members, embracing individual discovery, and celebrating team success so every rower can experience the life-long benefits of rowing.
SRA’s Board of Directors is pleased to share the publication of the Sammamish Rowing Association Strategic Plan. The plan identifies SRA's mission and values, as well as the goals of our organization.
The Strategic Planning Committee will review the details and direction quarterly so that SRA can adjust to changing times as needed.
The Board welcomes your feedback on the plan.
Click here to view the Strategic Plan
The Executive Director and Board will identify appropriate measures to evaluate success of the strategic plan. Measures could include data points such as: competitive success, staff and member retention, enrollment, and member satisfaction.
What is Rowing?
Rowing is a full-body workout, and it is the ultimate team sport. Rowing not only builds fitness, it also embodies a lifestyle of health and wellness. Rowing helps develop skills such as leadership, teamwork, dedication, and commitment for all athletes. At Sammamish Rowing, we offer opportunities for rowers age 12-80+.