Community and Recreation Center

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Located in the heart of Oro Valley, the Community Center is a fixture of the Town. Featuring fitness classes as well as cardio and strength equipment. You can play racquetball, pickleball, tennis, or swim. Two 18-hole golf courses are on premises. The center also has two meeting rooms for rent, a golf shop and full service restaurant/bar.

Daily Drop-In Fees

  • Child (under 4) FREE
  • Individual $5
  • Family $14

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Fitness Class Schedule

The Oro Valley Community Center offers many fitness classes per week.
Classes offer something for everyone and range from low impact to high intensity.

Please register for fitness classes online at under the Community Center tab. Space is limited so register before coming to the Community Center for your class.

October-Group-Fitness-Schedule(PDF, 77KB)

Community Center Classes -

Aqua Aerobics: Not just aerobics in the water!  Utilize 12-15% more resistance than exercising on land. Consistently work opposing muscle groups for a full class.

Adaptive Aquatics: Class participants can achieve levels of conditioning that will preserve their mobility and independence. Many people experience age related degenerative musculoskeletal and metabolic challenges, class formats will be decidedly more Cardio-centric. However, emphasis on preserving, if not improving, Range of Motion and Functional Fitness will be emphasized as well.

Aqua Boot Camp: Bring your aqua skills to the next level! Utilize 12-15% more resistance than exercising on land. Consistently work opposing muscle groups for a full class.

Aqua Tabata: This workout uses tabata intervals to get a high intensity cardio & strength building workout that works your whole body. Great for calorie burning and losing fat! This workout is appropriate for all fitness levels.

Aqua Yoga: Get in the water and pose. in the water you utilize 12-15% more resistance than exercising on land. This 30 minute class will test your yoga poses while keeping you cool in the pool.

Barre Concepts: Using a chair for assistance and your own body weight as resistance. This workout will help you tone while increasing strength and flexibility.  

Beginner Barre: Using your own body weight as resistance, workout targets the muscles in your arms, thighs, seat and abs to the point of fatigue then stretches. Tone your arms & tighten up that beautiful core. It's going to burn into small muscle groups & help to strengthen and elongate your entire body! 

Boot Camp: Boot Camp class mixes traditional calisthenics and body weight exercises with interval training and strength training. You can push yourself to new levels of fitness and the instructors will coach you along.

Body Balance Stretch: A stretch class that takes you through exercises designed to enhance breathing, muscle strength, range of motion, and flexibility while enabling better focus with balance activities that promote good posture.

Chi Kung/Qigong: Qigong means energy and breath, efficiently flowing through the entire body.  Chi Kung practice will awaken the flow of chi that channels life energy into the body for detoxifying, cleansing, healing, and strengthening the internal organs.  

Core and Stretch: Improve your core strength while increasing flexibility.

Core Galore: From the core on out to the limb, CORE GALORE is a full body workout on a freeFORM board or other board on wheels which will improves balance, coordination, increase strength and flexibility while performing multi-plane movements.

Functional Fitness: This class places emphasis on proper execution, fundamental conditioning (e.g. mobility, core strength, balance), and improving neuromuscular integration throughout the human movement system (aka “kinetic chain”). Exercises and modalities selected represent those which prove most efficacious for the greatest number of participants and which can be performed seated (with a few exceptions) as needed. 

HIIT: A full-body workout. The class is a rigorous interval training sequence with high-intensity exercises. It builds cardiovascular fitness while improving muscular strength and endurance. This class combines resistance training with plyometric moves to improve your strength and power.

Just Weights: This low impact class will utilize a mixture of dumbbells, resistance bands, and body weight to sculpt and define arms, back, legs and glutes.

Line Dancing: Learn basic line dance steps set to music.  Great low impact cardio. No partner necessary.

Pilates With Props: Pilates mat-work spiced up with using a foam roller, a Swiss Ball, an elastic band or stretching straps. 

Power Tone: Some cardio, mostly weights and toning. All integrate Interval Training and Boot Camp style.

Retrospective Workout: Come and workout to some of the best tunes you can remember from the 1950's-1980's.

Sit and Be Fit: Function better in your daily life - sitting, standing up from a chair, walking and fall prevention. Increase strength, tone, muscle endurance & bone density. This class will improve core stability, balance, coordination, and maintain good posture.

Spin: Spin is a highly effective way to build cardiovascular strength and endurance. Designed for all ages and fitness levels, Spin offers a challenging ride with fun energizing music. It's the perfect opportunity to get your heart pumping while you burn some serious calories.

Spin & Strength: Take a cardio workout on the bikes for about 20 minutes then continue on with intervals of weights, bands and lots of core work.

Tai Chi: A series of gentle physical exercises and stretches. Each posture flows into the next without pause, ensuring that your body is in constant motion. Tai chi is sometimes described as meditation in motion because it promotes serenity through gentle movements connecting the mind and body.

Tai Chi 108: An advanced Tai Chi class that will go through all long form movements. The classical Yang 108 form is constructed of 37 postures, or moving patterns, repeated with transition forms to total 108 movements.

Beginning Yoga: Learn the fundamentals of a safe and effective yoga practice, (it’s not just stretching;) presenting in a fun fashion, exploring principles of posture, balance,  strength, and stress management techniques.

Restorative Yoga: Ease into the week by helping the body create a relaxation response through yoga. Poses will be held a bit longer utilizing props (blankets bolsters blocks etc.) to place the body in to healthy positions to release tension. Experience recommended and students are strongly encouraged to bring their own props.   

Yoga Flow: Vinyasa means linking breath with movement. This faster paced, advanced practice will emphasize a safe " flow" technique. You will be challenged by creative sequences, smooth transitions and postures including arm balances and inversions set to a fun musical playlist. Students are expected to have a solid yoga background.

Yoga- Restorative: Ease into the week by helping the body create a relaxation response through yoga. Poses will be held a bit longer utilizing props (blankets, bolsters, blocks, etc.) to place the body into healthy positions to release tension.  Experience recommended and students are strongly encouraged to bring their own props. 

Yin Yoga: Stretches and targets both the deep connective tissues between the muscles, and the fascia throughout the body, with postures on the floor and held longer (3-5 minutes) to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility as the poses stretch and exercise the bone and joint areas. Mindfulness is encouraged as one gains awareness and introspection while in deep relaxation. All levels welcome.

Yoga Stretch: This class will increase your flexibility through stretching and specific Yoga poses. 

Zumba: A Latin inspired dance fitness class that incorporates Latin & International music and dance movements. 

Zumba Gold: This class is for active older adults looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower intensity.

Fitness Membership and Fees

Which membership is best for you?

If you have decided which membership you would like stop in at the Community Center front desk and we will get you set up.

Classic vs. Premium Membership


  • Cardio and strength equipment
  • Fitness classes (including Yoga, Zumba, Tai Chi, and a wide variety of cardio and strength classes)
  • Spin studio
  • Two Racquetball courts
  • Lap Swimming pool
  • 15 tennis courts
  • Six pickleball courts


  • All Classic benefits
  • Access to the Oro Valley Aquatic Center
  • Access to the Pusch Ridge Tennis Center (16 additional tennis courts)
  • 72-hour advance tennis court reservation privileges
  • 15% Overlook Restaurant discount
  • 20% discount on hard goods (sports equipment)
  • 25% discount on apparel


  • Youth: $20
  • Adult: $40
  • Senior (62 and over): $30
  • Couple: $60
  • Family: $70
  • 6 month and 12 month memberships also available


  • Youth: $25
  • Adult: $60
  • Senior (62 and over): $50
  • Couple: $75
  • 5 Family: $100
  • 6 month and 12 month memberships also available

There is a $20 activation fee added to the first months membership each time a member signs up. Activation fee waived for 6 or 12 month memberships. 12 month membership also includes a 10% discount.

Rates are for Oro Valley residents. Fees for non-residents are an additional $5/month for individual membership and $10/month for Couple or Family Membership. 

Family membership covers members in the same household or dependents of the Primary Member.

"Resident" is defined as any individual or family who lives, owns property or rents in the Town of Oro Valley.
Fees apply only to fitness and tennis.



Need to get a workout in but don't have anyone to watch the kiddos? We've got your covered! KidZone! KidZone has experienced and professional staff who will ensure your children have a safe and fun experience. Register your child for KidZone at Registration opens at noon, two days before the date of service.

Ages: 3 months to 12 years | Two-hour maximum per day

For members: Children up to 3 years old do not need to be a member of the Community and Recreation center to utilize KidZone as long as their parent or guardian is a member. Children 4 and up must be on a family membership or have a youth membership.

Non-members: $5 per child, up to 2 hours per day

Hours: Monday – Sunday : 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Activities: Arts and crafts, games, reading, movies, outdoor play and fun! Contact 520-229-5358 or 520-544-1900 for more information

Facility Rentals

Sunset Room: 120-person capacity

$85 per hour for residents/non-residents. Includes beverage station (iced tea, lemonade and water) Catering available through the Overlook Restaurant. No outside food permitted. Contact 520-229-5355 or 520-229-5366 for more information and reservations.

Sunrise Ramada: 50-person capacity

$10 per hour Contact 520-229-5050 for more information and reservations.

The Community Center also reserves indoor fitness/studio space. For rates and details, please call the front desk at 520-544-1900.


Golf and Tennis

The Community Center offers golf and tennis programs through our partners, Indigo Golf Partners and El Conquistador Tennis. To find out more information, please follow the links below:


Pickleball Play at the Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center

  • Open play is drop in and does not require a reservation. Non-members pay a $5.00 drop in fee.
  • Come meet other players and get some pick up games going. 
  • Monday - Saturday 6:00 am - 11:00 am: all level open play
  • Friday 5:00 pm -8:00 pm: beginner open play 2.5 and under
  • Courts are available for reservation when there are no other activities taking place. Reserve courts under the Court Reservations tab at
  • Leagues, tournaments and clinics are also offered. Call 520-544-1900 for more information.
    • Times and days vary depending on season. Tentative league schedule is as follows.
      • Sundays 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
      • Mondays 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, Beginner clinics 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
      • Tuesdays 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
      • Thursdays 2:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Facility Project Update

UPDATED 10/1/21

The Community & Recreation Center will be undergoing several projects and improvements this fiscal year. Staff is in the process of laying the groundwork to accomplish these projects, working with contractors and other Town departments. Some of these projects include: upgrading and expanding security cameras and doors throughout facility, purchasing new shade cloths around the facility, enlarging a racquetball court door to create ADA accessibility (back court used for youth camps), purchasing new treadmills and new flooring. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we complete these necessary improvements. Please see the list below for project details and projected completion timelines:

NEW EQUIPMENT AND RELOCATION: The goal is to maximize the space/constraints in the facility to provide and expand community wellness/fitness opportunities for current and future members. The following changes/improvements will be made to expand and reimagine the fitness opportunities at the center:

  • Treadmill Upgrade and Relocation: The center’s current treadmills are over five years old with several hundred miles on them. Staff are working to replace these with new models that have mounted TV screens with cable access, similar to the existing elliptical equipment. These machines will be relocated to the wall next to the ellipticals and recumbents. This relocation will provide additional fitness opportunities by maximizing the space and reorganizing fitness equipment in a way that will improve flow and functionality. The infrastructure demand on these new pieces of equipment will require them to placed facing the wall to provide the required safety distance (six feet) behind each machine. This change is anticipated to be completed by the end of the calendar year.
  • Relocation of Ellipticals and Recumbent Bikes: The decision was made to change the orientation of the machines following a meeting and discussion with a fitness company representative who we will be leasing new treadmills from. As we look to upgrade the equipment in the fitness center it will become necessary to adjust the location of some equipment, specifically cardio equipment in the facility, to maximize our limited space and provide additional exercise opportunities to our members. As well, safety and circulation played a large factor in this decision. There are areas within the space that create a few pinch-points or “traffic jams.” The long hallway in the center narrows as you walk toward the weight room. People in the hallway are too close to the equipment, creating an uncomfortable and unsafe environment. This is especially true when people stop to talk to members on the equipment, and during busy times including summer, fall and winter camps when 100+ youth are in the facility. Another challenging location is into the weight room where several pin-in-plate pieces of equipment create pinch points. By relocating the equipment, there is more walkway space and it eliminates the standing/talking while members exercise. In addition, the direction of the machines provides for better ventilation of the facility, creating a safer and healthier environment by directing aerosols away from main thoroughfare of the fitness area.
  • Circuit Machine Relocation: Once the treadmills are relocated, the space in which the current treadmills occupy will be the new home for the pin in plate circuit machines. Currently the center has 13 circuit machines and they are spread out in two different locations. This new location will fit all 13 machines and allow for users to do “circuit workouts” where they move through several machines in a short period of time. Keeping these machines together will improve functionality/flow and is also a standard setup throughout the fitness industry.

EXPANDING SECURITY CAMERAS: The safety of facility users and staff is a top priority for the Community & Recreation Center. The expansion of the security cameras ensures staff will be able to monitor activity throughout the facility, including all entrances and exits. This improvement will provide a safe environment for facility users and staff. To further improve security of the facility, the former Garden Café door will be upgraded to include badge access, which will help secure the facility. Staff are currently working with the contractor to identify locations and scope of work. This upgrade is anticipated to be completed by the end of the calendar year.

NEW SHADE CLOTHS: Staff has identified shade cloths outside of the facility that require replacement based on current condition. This improvement will ensure the shade structures remain functional and the center maintains a sharp and attractive image. In addition, a shade structure will be constructed over the pool pumps. Keeping the Arizona sun off of the pool equipment will improve the longevity of the system and reduce replacement of equipment from sun damage. Less maintenance and repairs means the pool will require fewer closures and the overall water quality will remain exceptional. The contractor has been selected for this project and its anticipated to be complete by the end of the calendar year.

ENLARGING RACQUETBALL COURT DOOR: Staff  and programs utilize one of the back racquetball courts as the main hub for youth camps. This space is not only used for programming but also stores most of the center’s recreation program supplies. Enlarging the door allows for ADA accessibility and improves overall functionality and safety as staff and children navigate in and out of the space. This project is currently in progress with anticipated completion date of September 15. STATUS: COMPLETE

NEW FLOORING: In order to improve overall functionality, cleanliness, and the overall image of the center, staff have identified alternative flooring options in multiple high traffic areas in the center. This project will be ongoing and a competition date has not been identified at this point. Improvements include:

  • Replacing carpet in locker rooms with a vinyl flooring option, this will ensure a cleaner surface that will hold up better to spills and general wear and tear of this area. This project will also include the replacement of the carpet in the hallways outside of the locker rooms.
  • Replacing carpet in the former Garden Café to a vinyl flooring option. Staff have identified alternative uses for this space, which includes a potential stretching area for facility users. Before this space can be reimagined, general updates will need to be completed, including an updated floor that can be sanitized and cleaned with ease.
  • Replacing carpet in the golf pro shop with a vinyl flooring options, which will be a stronger, more durable vinyl option that can withstand the soft spikes from golf shoes. This improvement will enhance the overall image of the space with a fresh and sharp look that will welcome all visitors to the golf course. This project will include the space just outside of the pro shop at the bottom of the stairs.

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