Campus Rec News

Welcome, Summer B Students – Join Us For Upcoming Events!

FSU Campus Recreation welcomes Summer B students with a number of events to jump right in to Campus Recreation programs – for free! Interested in sports? Intramural Sports registration for flag football, pickleball, soccer, kickball, and bowling is open from Monday, June 24 at 12 noon through Thursday, June 27 at 3 p.m. You can also learn more and try out the sports first at our Summer Sports Fest on Tuesday, June 25 from 7-10 p.m. at the Westside Courts. Interested in the outdoors and a great time? Visit the Lakefront Park on Saturday, June 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for our summer Lake Days. You can enjoy paddling, swimming, sand volleyball, food trucks, music, and more! Like prizes and meeting new people? Kick off Summer B with Kickin’ It with Campus Rec + Housing on Tuesday, July 2 from 8-10 p.m. Grab your punch card and attend the following four Tuesday events at the Leach Center to win – every Tuesday from July 9 through July 30 from 6-8 p.m. for different fitness challenges!

Use the myFSU Mobile App to Find FSU Rec App Features on Your Phone

The FSU Rec standalone mobile app has been discontinued. All users will now find access to your ID barcode for entry, class registration, and forthcoming new features on the FSU Rec page in the myFSU mobile app. Yes, simply click on the Campus Rec circle spear logo in the University’s myFSU mobile app, login with your FSU credentials as needed, and you’ll find all the features of our previous app there. Download the myFSU app and get help with account management and registration tips on our FSU Rec in myFSU mobile help page.

On May 28th, Campus Recreation moved to a new web platform for class and program registration, membership management, and facility reservations. You’ll see also see changes in our Rec Connect web portal. Our new portal will enable us to provide additional online functionality to improve your experience with us. Watch for new features rolling out in the coming months!

Campus Rec Facilities Now Open Summer Hours

The Leach Center, Main Campus Fields, Westside Courts, and FSU Lakefront Park are now open with regular summer hours. The Rec SportsPlex is partially open for scheduled events as the facility is repaired following major damage from a tornado on Friday, May 10th. The Fitness & Movement Clinic is closed for the summer, except for scheduled F45 classes. Check our facility hours page for all the details.

Limited Spaces Remain for Camp Flastacowo Youth Camp

Summer camp season is here. Register your children, ages 8-14, for our nationally-accredited outdoor adventure camp, Camp Flastacowo. The weeklong camp keeps youth active outdoors at FSU’s Lakefront Park. Limited spaces remain for sessions through the end of July. Jump to our Camp Flastacowo page for all the details.

Graduates and Students Taking Summer Off: Buy a Campus Rec Membership!

Not taking classes this summer?  If you are returning this fall, you can purchase a Continuing Student Membership for $40 per summer term (A or B) or $80 for the entire summer to continue accessing the Leach Center, outdoor sports facilities, and Lakefront Park in the summer months.  New graduates can purchase an Alumni Membership at monthly or semesterly rates.  Learn more on our Memberships page and make a purchase at the Leach Center Member Services Desk during normal operating hours.

Fitness

Finding your favorite way to move is essential to your college success. It’s more than breaking a sweat – exercise helps you sleep better, lowers stress levels, and increases focus. Hit the gym on your own, get a personal trainer, workout with friends in a small group, join a fitness class, take a swim, or relax in the spa. There’s something for every interest and ability in Campus Rec!

  • Dr. Bobby E. Leach Student Recreation Center

  • Fitness & Movement Clinic

  • Group Exercise & Personal Training

  • Indoor Pool, Spa, Sauna, & Steam Rooms

Sports

Play to win, play for fun, play year-round. Whether you’ve never played before, or you want to continue with your favorite sport, we have opportunities to get involved. Our two sport programs, Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs, offer different experiences and sport offerings. Or, just join a pick-up game at one of our four outdoor sports facilities.

  • Intramural Sports

  • Sport Clubs

  • Athletic Training Services

  • 6 Rec Sports Facilities

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Outdoor Adventures

Our Outdoor Recreation programs create unique experiences on-campus, at our Lakefront Park, and all across the Southeast. Whether you complete a Challenge team building course, kayak on Lake Bradford, or take a trip with Outdoor Pursuits; each experience is built to develop new skills, enhance your appreciation of the wilderness, adapt to new and challenging situations, and build lifelong relationships.

  • FSU Lakefront Park & Retreat Center

  • Outdoor Pursuits

  • FSU Challenge Team Building Program

  • Camp Flastacowo Summer Youth Camp