W ith stunning bluffs across the river, Brazos Park East has the potential to be one of the most scenic and iconic regatta sites in the country. There are over 17 miles of rowing water on the Brazos and Bosque rivers. This much rowing water next to a metropolis does not exist elsewhere in the United States. Tree line, high bluffs, consistent depth and steep banks protect the river against the wind.
With ample acreage, parking, water, electricity and facilities on site, the ability to host a groundbreaking on-shore experience for spectators and athletes alike during the regatta is unprecedented. It is also located at an ideal location along the river for teams coming to train from across the country. At the convergence of the Bosque and Brazos rivers, visiting teams can head toward downtown or head for 3.5 miles up the Bosque. Sir Steven Redgrave brought the Chinese National team here to train and American high-performance athletes are already here. With water that never freezes, a low flow rate, and infinite ”real estate,” an annual regatta is the start.