Each fall semester, the Gonzaga oarsmen and coxswains descend on their primary boathouse and water-training facility, the Charlotte Y. Martin Boathouse. This boathouse is situated just above the Upriver Dam on the Spokane River and is privately accessed by only the men's and women's rowing programs at Gonzaga. Once there, the team has 6,800 meters of undisturbed water up to the top of the river, and the same amount back to the boathouse. They compete with no other rowing teams or water traffic allowing for productive and uninterrupted strokes on the Spokane River. Additionally the river is extremely protected from wind and choppy water, making "bad-water" days virtually non-existent.
The boathouse is a short 12 minute drive east of the Gonzaga University campus. Typically, the team is able to make the most of this facility and the river until late February.
DIRECTIONS TO THE GONZAGA BOATHOUSE
From Gonzaga University:
From I-90 from West:
From I-90 from East:
DIRECTIONS TO SILVER LAKE:
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03/25/2018 - Zags Take Fourth In SDCC Grand Final
03/24/2018 - Zags Headed To Crew Classic Grand Final
03/22/2018 - Zags' V8 To Compete in SDCC Men’s Varsity American Specialty Health Cup
03/12/2018 - Bulldogs Compete In Two Duals On Monday
03/11/2018 - Zags Open Season Well At Mission Bay
03/09/2018 - Bulldogs Ready To Start Spring Season