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Indoor Facilities

Central Campus Recreation Building

The Bell Pool will be closed 6:00am – 9:00am, and the Women’s Bell Pool Locker Room will be closed 7:00am – 9:00am on Thursday, March 26 for maintenance. The pool and the locker room will reopen when maintenance is complete.

Wondering how Recreational Sports is responding to COVID-19? Click here for more information.

While the risk to the American public is low, it’s our aim to provide a clean and safe environment so you can continue to pursue your fitness goals. Here’s what you can expect from Recreational Sports in response to the COVID-19 outbreak:

  • Increased awareness and cleaning on touch points by University Custodial Services
  • Deep cleaning performed at IMSB and NCRB during Spring Break, and continued deep cleaning in all facilities
  • Increased frequency of current cleaning protocols
  • Additional Recreational Sports student staff on-site to clean equipment and machines
  • Additional signage to encourage users to clean equipment and machines before and after use, and practice healthy personal hygiene habits

In addition to our efforts, please stay home if you feel sick, wash your hands often, and remember to clean your equipment before and after you use it.  If you need additional sanitizing spray, cleaning cloths, or hand sanitizer while you are in our facilities, please ask the employees working at the welcome centers.

Please refer to the U‑M Public Affairs website regarding COVID-19 updates. If you have additional COVID-19 questions, please email coronavirus-info@umich.edu.

Due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 virus, Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered that all recreation centers close, effective immediately. All Recreational Sports facilities will remain closed indefinitely.

For more information on the University’s COVID-19 response, visit umich.edu/announcements

Updated a week ago

Are you looking for virtual fitness options to do at home? Check out our new Virtual Fitness area for videos and workouts from our fitness team.

Located just minutes from the Diag, the CCRB is the largest Recreational Sports facility. It features a wide array of equipment and amenities to suit a variety of fitness interests.

Intramural Sports Building

Wondering how Recreational Sports is responding to COVID-19? Click here for more information.

While the risk to the American public is low, it’s our aim to provide a clean and safe environment so you can continue to pursue your fitness goals. Here’s what you can expect from Recreational Sports in response to the COVID-19 outbreak:

  • Increased awareness and cleaning on touch points by University Custodial Services
  • Deep cleaning performed at IMSB and NCRB during Spring Break, and continued deep cleaning in all facilities
  • Increased frequency of current cleaning protocols
  • Additional Recreational Sports student staff on-site to clean equipment and machines
  • Additional signage to encourage users to clean equipment and machines before and after use, and practice healthy personal hygiene habits

In addition to our efforts, please stay home if you feel sick, wash your hands often, and remember to clean your equipment before and after you use it.  If you need additional sanitizing spray, cleaning cloths, or hand sanitizer while you are in our facilities, please ask the employees working at the welcome centers.

Please refer to the U‑M Public Affairs website regarding COVID-19 updates. If you have additional COVID-19 questions, please email coronavirus-info@umich.edu.

Due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 virus, Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered that all recreation centers close, effective immediately. All Recreational Sports facilities will remain closed indefinitely.

For more information on the University’s COVID-19 response, visit umich.edu/announcements

Updated a week ago

Are you looking for virtual fitness options to do at home? Check out our new Virtual Fitness area for videos and workouts from our fitness team.

Located on the north end of the South Athletic Campus, the newly renovated IMSB has state-of-the-art equipment and amenities. Come here and enjoy the ultimate workout.

North Campus Recreation Building

Wondering how Recreational Sports is responding to COVID-19? Click here for more information.

While the risk to the American public is low, it’s our aim to provide a clean and safe environment so you can continue to pursue your fitness goals. Here’s what you can expect from Recreational Sports in response to the COVID-19 outbreak:

  • Increased awareness and cleaning on touch points by University Custodial Services
  • Deep cleaning performed at IMSB and NCRB during Spring Break, and continued deep cleaning in all facilities
  • Increased frequency of current cleaning protocols
  • Additional Recreational Sports student staff on-site to clean equipment and machines
  • Additional signage to encourage users to clean equipment and machines before and after use, and practice healthy personal hygiene habits

In addition to our efforts, please stay home if you feel sick, wash your hands often, and remember to clean your equipment before and after you use it.  If you need additional sanitizing spray, cleaning cloths, or hand sanitizer while you are in our facilities, please ask the employees working at the welcome centers.

Please refer to the U‑M Public Affairs website regarding COVID-19 updates. If you have additional COVID-19 questions, please email coronavirus-info@umich.edu.

Due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 virus, Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered that all recreation centers close, effective immediately. All Recreational Sports facilities will remain closed indefinitely.

For more information on the University’s COVID-19 response, visit umich.edu/announcements

Updated a week ago

Are you looking for virtual fitness options to do at home? Check out our new Virtual Fitness area for videos and workouts from our fitness team.

Located at the corner of Hubbard and Murfin Avenues near Bursley Hall and Northwood apartments, the NCRB features everything you need in a fitness facility.

Sports Coliseum

Located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Hill Street, the Sports Coliseum is a multipurpose, 36,000 square foot facility that is used by our Intramural Sports and Club Sports teams. It is also available for rental.

Adventure Leadership Rental Center

Located at the corner of Elbel Field, Adventure Leadership Rentals provides adventure trips and wilderness training. It's also your go-to spot for quality and affordable rentals of outdoor and recreational equipment for students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members.


Outdoor Facilities

Elbel Field

Located at the corner of South Division and Hill Streets, Elbel Field is home to a variety of outdoor athletic activities.

Mitchell Field

Located on Fuller Road between the U-M hospital and North Campus, Mitchell Field is home to many of our Club Sports and Intramural games and is available for rental.

Palmer Field

Located adjacent to the CCRB, Palmer Field is the place to drop by and enjoy a range of activities. It is available for rental.

Adventure Education Center at Radrick Property

Located in a beautiful wooded setting just minutes from Central Campus on N Dixboro Rd, the Adventure Education Center at Radrick Property is home to our team-building Adventure Leadership Team program. It is an ideal place for group outings, conferences and retreats featuring a 3,100 sq. ft. indoor meeting room and outdoor picnic area. The facility can also be rented for picnics, reunions, birthday parties, and more.