Whether you’re in the market for a new gym, looking for an opportunity to play ball, or simply need more yoga in your life, Oregon has a sports center for you. Sports centers provide an excellent place to both stay fit and gather with your local community. Work out, join a recreational league, take a few classes, and more, at these 7 best sports centers in Oregon.
The Bay Club in Tigard, Oregon is a multi-faceted sport center resort with a focus on fitness, sports, and lifestyle. The motif of The Bay Club is to live healthy. From their website: “Our unique blend of wellness and social activities in a resort setting will inspire you to work out, play, relax, and live healthy.” Sport offerings include individual and team sports, aquatics, climbing, and court sports. Fitness options are diverse and include nutrition, weight management, yoga, group fitness, and personal training. If it fits into the fitness category, The Bay Club is sure to offer it.
The Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, Oregon, is much more than a sports center. Whereas ClubSport gives the “feel” of a resort, Eagle Crest actually is a resort. Besides the horseback riding, golfing, spa, and dining options, the on-site sports centers include a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub, sauna, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, indoor racquetball court, bike and game rentals, and activities for kids. You’ll even find a wading pool for tots, pickle ball courts, volleyball courts, and a playground. If you’re willing to spend a little extra for a full weekend away but want to make sure fitness is incorporated, then Eagle Crest is for you.
The Oregon Gymnastics Academy in Beaverton, Oregon, is a non-profit whose missions statement “is to promote and motivate character, fitness, and health in the lives of our athletes, employees, and community through the sport of gymnastics.” Therefore, this center is primarily focused on providing an outlet for young gymnasts of all levels. Whether your child is interested in competition or recreation, the Gymnastics Academy is happy to be of service.
Just Move is a dance, fitness, and yoga-lover’s haven. Located in Pleasant Hill, Oregon, this 2,500-square-foot exercise studio includes weights and exercise equipment, as well as plenty of space for dance classes and yoga. Sign up for a free class to make sure it’s a good fit. After your workout, make sure to stop by the on-site massage therapist to work out any remaining kinks.
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Cascade Indoor Sports has over 50,000-sqaure-feet of dedicated athletic with facilities for adults and children. Sign-up for youth and adult soccer, youth and adult roller hockey, adult volleyball, roller skating, youth flag football, lacrosse, and more. In addition, over 7,000 square-feet is dedicated to climbing and sliding. Come in for a fun-filled afternoon or schedule your next party on-site.
G3 Sports and Fitness offers personal or group training, cross fit memberships, volleyball, pickleball, basketball, baseball, softball, and tons of training classes. Located in Corvallis, Oregon, G3 requires a paid membership, but grants access to cardio equipment with personal TV’s, weight machines, free weights, indoor Jacuzzi, sauna, 14,500-sqaure-foot turf, spring track, café, lounge, outdoor obstacle course, and more. Check their website for a full list of attractions and updated pricing.
The Indigo Wellness Center in Salem, Oregon, is focused on yoga, massage, and chiropractic care. Over 30 yoga classes are offered per week. The award-winning center offers annual memberships or walk-ins. Yoga classes include Pranayama Yoga, Hatha Flow, Gentle Yoga, Pilates, Sunday Flow Down, and much more. For those that are looking for a more holistic center instead of a pure sports center, Indigo Wellness may very well be for you.