UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Hunt Arena is connected to the Knowles Fieldhouse and hosts a variety of events including Open Skate, Open Hockey, birthday/group parties, Skate School, intramural broomball and private ice rental. Hunt Arena maintains the ice sheet September-March.
Knowles Center is home to a six-lane 200-meter indoor track, four full-size basketball courts, five tennis courts and two batting cages. Knowles is open to UWRF students, faculty and staff and community members during
Open Recreation hours. Knowles has the ability to host whatever event your group may be looking to host: various sport practices and competitions, concerts, home shows, etc. Knowles is also the home to Falcon Outdoor Adventures and the climbing wall.
Cages available for hourly rentals. Call 715-425-4289 to reserve a time. View rates.
The Karges Gymnasium consists of three basketball courts (one full-size competition court) and three volleyball courts (one full-size competition court). This hardwood surface is home to Falcon Men's and Women's Basketball and Women's Volleyball. This space is also used during open recreation and is available for rent.
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The Karges Center multipurpose studio contains a hardwood floor and is lined with full length mirrors and performance bars. This space is ideal for hosting a variety of activities including dance groups and exercise classes.
This 50 foot by 66 foot space is a great for group fitness, team work outs, sport club practices and more.
New artificial turf was installed in 2014. View construction updates.
The Ramer Softball Field is equipped with two covered dugouts, dirt infield, and is a regulation sized CA softball field. This field is available for rent for practices or games.
The Tennis Courts are comprised of eight hard-court tennis courts. The courts are home to Falcon Tennis and are available for open tennis opportunities as well as rental for group or team use.
The Recreation field complex consists of 22 acres of green space and softball fields to accommodate sports activities as football, soccer, lacrosse, rugby and softball. This space is great for intramural sports, UWRF Sport Club events and community team games and tournaments.
This project constructs a new 162,300 GSF building for the Health and Human Performance programs, athletics, and student recreation as an addition to the existing Hunt/Knowles complex. The building includes classrooms, a human performance laboratory, a large gymnasium, dance studio, auxiliary gym, offices, locker rooms, training rooms, and other supporting spaces.