Virginia Beach's recreation centers feature ADA-accessible indoor swimming pools, weight rooms, cardiovascular equipment, and gymnasiums. Some locations boast rock climbing walls, racquetball courts, indoor play structures, and youth game rooms. And membership is good at all seven locations.
800 Monmouth Lane | (757) 385-5970
Located just off Princess Anne Road, it opened in 1977 as Virginia Beach's first recreation center. The new center opened in June 2017 and is an 87,116 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Highlights include two full-size basketball courts; and 1/8-mile indoor walking/jogging track; a therapeutic recreation program space; and early childhood classrooms.
1400 Nimmo Pkwy. | (757) 385-5950
An 83,931 square foot multi-faceted recreational space, located adjacent to Strawbridge Elementary School and Princess Anne Area Library. Highlights include an accessible pool ramp and submersible wheelchair; a multipurpose gymnasium and racquetball courts.
141 S Birdneck Road | (757) 385-5920
The Joseph V. Grimstead, Sr. Seatack Community Recreation Center is a 22,000 square foot multi-faceted facility within walking distance of the neighborhoods of Lands End Condominium, Salt Marsh Point, Seatack, and Shadowlawn. Highlights include a sport wall, rock-climbing wall, and party room.
5252 Learning Circle | (757) 385-2950
A 70,993 square foot, Silver LEED-certified facility located off Newtown Road between Diamond Springs and Newtown elementary schools. Highlights include an indoor track; indoor water playground, aquatic rock-climbing wall, accessible pool ramp, and submersible wheelchair; a sport wall; multimedia area for teens; and outdoor play court, playground, and sprayground.