Hosting about eight regattas each year and being at the same time the rowing stadium where Team Denmark coaches the greatest talents within rowing as well as canoeing and kayaking each day, Denmark's Rowing Stadium is the busiest rowing stadium in the country.
Denmark's Rowing Stadium consists of a marked rowing lane, which is 2,102 metres long and 87.5 metres wide. Normally, the rowing lane is marked as six lanes as well as a "return lane". The lane is marked by buoys almost all year round (March-November). Before the starting line the lane has a length of 22 metres, and behind the finishing line the lane has a length of 80 metres.
Denmark's Rowing Stadium also has a grand stand and a judges' stand, located on a grass-grown hill close to the finishing area. The finishing area is located close to the southern part of the wood Hareskoven.
When the rowers need to change, eat, rest or work out, they do so in the Rowing Centre, Skovalléen 40. On this address, the rowers also get their boats ready and carry them out to Lake Bagsvaerd. The public path around Lake Bagsvaerd bring passers-by quite close to the rowers and their preparation area in front of the boathouses.