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Miami Recreation

Welcome to Miami University Recreation, where we pride ourselves on providing top-notch facilities and programs for students, faculty, staff, and the community.


Miami University's recreation center is a state-of-the-art facility that provides students, faculty, and staff with a diverse range of fitness and wellness opportunities.


Miami University (Oxford Campus) students receive a facility membership as part of their enrollment. We also offer comprehensive facility memberships for faculty, staff and community.


Miami Recreation offers a wide range of programs for students, faculty, staff and community in the areas of Aquatics, Intramurals, Club Sports, Fitness, Equestrian and Outdoor Pursuits.

Community and Youth

Miami Recreation offers a variety of enrichment opportunities for people of all ages in the community. 

Events and Updates

Effective 7/8, the north side (Goggin/Parking Garage side) of the Rec Center will be closed for entrance/exit. Rec Center members can park in the Campus Avenue or Oak Street surface lots FREE of charge until the north side re-opens. Thank you for your patience.

In the News

  • Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center
  • Rock Climbing Center
  • Basketball Courts
  • Racquetball Court
  • Pro Shop
  • The Fitness Center at the Rec
  • Chestnut Field House
  • North Quad Fitness Center at Martin Dining Hall
  • Phillips Hall
  • Sawyer Hall Gymnastics Facility
  • Clawson Fitness Center
  • Western Lodge
  • WRA Cabin
  • Cook Field
  • John W. Browne Equestrian Center
  • Club Sports Field
  • DeWitt Fields
  • Wilson Tennis Courts
  • Chestnut Fields
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Sand Volleyball Courts

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Miami Recreation prides itself on its commitment to meeting the diverse recreational needs of its patrons. With state-of-the-art fitness centers, a wide range of programs and services, and outdoor adventure opportunities, Miami Recreation offers something for everyone. Miami Recreation is dedicated to enhancing the physical, mental, and social aspects of community well-being.