Looking to run a few laps, shoot some hoops, or lace up the ice skates? You can do all this and more at Rhode Island’s best sports centers. With supportive staff, excellent equipment and overall first-rate facilities, these sports centers will help you carry out most any physical activity. Run, swim, lift and more at these 7 great sports centers in the Ocean State.
This Rhode Island Sport Center is one of the best in the area! The staff keeps the facility neat so that skaters can enjoy the ice all day long. Just a spectator? Stay warm along in the seating area or grab some treats for yourself at the snack bar!
Located near all of Brown University’s athletics centers, head out to the Erickson Complex, which was donated to the university by former baseball player Wendell R. Erickson. Take a swim in the aquatic center or head out to the softball fields to toss around the ball.
This clean and friendly indoor facility is a great place to host sports teams over the winter. Their plentiful seating allows lots of family and friends to show up for games! Even adult leagues love getting together at this facility to host their own tournaments.
These trainers use a medical-based approach to help all athletes build up their strength and reach their goals! Work out here just a few times and you’ll notice an improvement all around. NEST offers strength and conditioning programs and nutritional programming, among so much more!
Enjoy the benefits of four fields—two with artificial turf and others with hard surfaces—and even a basketball and volleyball court. Let the kids romp around on the two play areas, which are perfect for birthday parties!
Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island trainers will greet you with unmatched friendliness and helpfulness as you build up your athletic ability. The “community center” goes past the name—gym members truly make you feel at home here.
Take your athletic ability to the next level. Workout instructors will help you with all that you need to get started. The gym is especially great for weight training, but they also have a large, spread out turf so that you can sprint, push sleds and flip tires!