Recreation Facilities

  • Beverly J. Warren Student Recreation and Wellness Center
    1550 Ted Boyd Drive, Kent, OH 44242
    Phone: 330-672-4732
    Fax: 330-672-4272
    Email: recservices@kent.edu
    The Student Recreation and Wellness Center features 153,000 square feet of state-of-the-art fitness amenities and is home to the Department of Recreational Services. Opened in 1999, the facility has won numerous architectural design awards and has been featured in magazines as one of the top fitness facilities in the nation.

  • Kent State Ice Arena
    650 Loop Road, Kent, OH 44242
    Phone: 330-672-7465
    Fax: 330-672-7734
    Email: icearena@kent.edu
    The Kent State Ice Arena boasts two rinks, a party room and a snack bar. Offering Learn to Skate and Learn to Play Hockey lessons, the Ice Arena also rents ice time to local organizations and is the home rink for the Kent State Club Hockey Team and the Kent Figure Skating Club.

  • ‚ÄčTri-Rec
    Tri-Towers Rotunda, 1525 Leebrick Drive, Kent, OH 44242
    Phone: 330-672-0486
    This 7,000 square-foot fitness facility is exclusive to on-campus students only. Located above the Tri-Towers Rotunda, this convenient space includes over 70 exercise machines and free weights for an in-and-out workout.
  • Crooked River Adventures
    100 Stow Street, Kent, OH 44242
    Phone: 330-541-7467
    Crooked River Adventures is a canoe and kayak livery based at Tannery Park in downtown Kent that offers canoeing, kayaking and tubing down the Cuyahoga River. The livery is open seasonally from April to October and sees an average of 2,500 participants each year.
  • Allerton Sports Complex
    1565 Campus Center Drive, Kent, OH 44242
    Phone: 330-677-4315
    The Allerton Sports Complex includes four softball fields and a concession stand. The complex serves more than 32,000 players each year. The facility is used by intramural and community leagues in the addition to private rentals.
  • Student Recreation Fields
    1575 Johnston Drive, Kent, OH 44242
    The Student Recreation Fields feature two lighted multipurpose fields, a picnic pavilion, restrooms and equipment storage. The fields are utilized by intramural and club sports on a regular basis. They are also available for general use and rentals.
  • Kent State University Disc Golf Course
    The course begins outside the main entrance of the Beverly J. Warren Student Recreation & Wellness Center
    Developed in Fall 2014, the Kent State University Disc Golf Course offers 18 holes over a two-mile course and connects our existing facilities to establish an official Recreation Corridor at Kent State University.