CRI Newton - Stoller Boathouse at Lasell College

 NOW OPEN - 2019 Registration openings for spring & summer rowing in Newton!


Nestled on the upper Charles River (near the intersection of the Mass Pike and Rte 95), CRI Newton - Stoller Boathouse programs are some of our fastest growing programs. The water at this location is absolutely wonderful - flat, quiet, meandering. Coupled with our certified coaching staff and equipment, CRI Newton- Stoller Boathouse offers easier access to our rowers living west of Boston and another pathway for kids and adults to learn rowing. 

CRI Newton - Stoller Boathouse serves Youth Sculling, Middle School Learn to Scull, Youth Learn to Scull or Parent/Child Learn to Scull programs! 

About CRI Newton - Stoller Boathouse

Set on the tranquil Upper Charles River, the CRI Newton - Stoller Boathouse is part of the Lasell College Campus.

A unique partnership between Lasell College and Community Rowing that provides long term accommodation to Brandeis University and Nobles and Greenhough School has developed a program to give the communities surrounding the boathouse -- Wellesley, Dover-Sherborn, Newton, and more -- another opportunity to become part of the CRI Community.

With a new fleet of boats provided by Lasell College, Community Rowing has established spring, summer and fall programs for ages 9 - 90 and of all abilities, with a focus on Middle School Sculling. Community Rowing manages the boathouse and program activities around the existing users from Lasell, Brandeis and Nobles and Greenough.

CRI Newton - Stoller Boathouse Address: 107 Charles Street, Auburndale, MA 02466

If you know the Harry Parker Boathouse in Brighton, it is only 15 minutes from there – see below for directions.

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