Indiana University Recreational Sports handles all I.U.-related sports clubs. Visit website for information on any individual club's meeting times, membership requirements, and current officers. The list of active sports clubs (current as of March 2010) is:
Aikido, Badminton, Ballroom Dance, Baseball, Basketball, Bass Fishing, Cricket, Cycling, Equestrian, Fencing, Field Hockey, Figure Skating, Filipino Martial Arts, Foosball, Gaelic Hurling, Golf, Gymnastics, Hapkido/Self Defense, Ice Hockey, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Karate, Kung Fu San Soo, Lacrosse - Men, Lacrosse - Women, Racquetball, Rowing, Rugby - Men, Rugby - Women, Running, Sailing, Soccer-Men, Soccer - Women, Softball, Swim, Swing, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tai Chi Chuan, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee - Men, Ultimate Frisbee - Women, Volleyball - Men, Volleyball - Women, Water Polo - Men, Water Polo - Women, Water Ski/Wakeboard.
Lake Monroe Sailing Association (LMSA) is located in the rolling hills of southern Indiana at the Moores Creek Sailing Marina on Lake Monroe. LMSA offers club membership, wet storage in slips and on buoys, dry storage in secure fenced areas, marina facilities, a shelter house, camping areas, shower house, childrens playground, and club activities to the sailing public.
Contact: 812-339-9415 This sailboat-only club is located on the South shore of Lake Lemon (entry by Port Hole Inn Restaurant). Club memberships include use of wet and dry storage, electric hoist, club house, Sunday races, monthly club meetings and other social activities.
Griffy Lake Nature Preserve is 1,179 acres off North Dunn Street, with a 109 acre lake. The boathouse is located at 3300 N. Headley Road. Scenic woodlands teem with wild flora and fauna Nature Preserve. Swimming is prohibited in the lake, and to protect wildlife, all dogs must remain leashed while in the preserve.
Call Angie Smith at (812) 349-3759 for boathouse information on Weekdays, and the Boathouse phone at (812) 349-3732 for Saturday and Sunday rentals
The Riddle Point Rowing Association (RPRA) is a community outreach organization that provides opportunities for individuals and families in the Monroe County area to learn, develop, and excel in the sport of rowing. RPRA strives to promote fairness, sportsmanship and participation, while providing coaching, education, recreational and competitive opportunities for its members.
Our mission as a club is to first and foremost provide the opportunity to sail for those seeking it, as well as train and produce a serious and competitive racing team who will travel to regattas. As a club we cannot deny anyone the opportunity of joining, so please come out! Please feel free to contact any of us, we would love to get to know any fellow sailors and establish a strong foundation for years to come!
We are regulated through Recreational Sports, which helps to ensure safety, skill, and good sportsmanship for all sailors. We are regular members of the Midwest Collegiate Sailing Association, and the team has regattas almost every weekend during the spring and fall seasons.