Recreational Spaces

As the Georgia Tech campus serves a diverse and dynamic student body, there are many recreational options available to your conference. Please see below for more detailed descriptions of the recreational amenities.


Campus Recreation Center

Campus Recreation Center

The Campus Recreation Center (http://www.crc.gatech.edu/), commonly abbreviated "CRC," is a 300,659 sq. ft. facility that was completed in August 2004. Located off of Ferst Drive on the West side of campus, this state of the art facility is a unique expansion of the existing swimming and diving venue built for the 1996 Olympic Games.

The CRC’s five floors contain:

  • Competition swimming pool
  • Leisure pool with 184 foot water slide
  • Diving well
  • Sauna
  • Indoor track
  • Studio workout rooms
  • Raquetball & squash courts
  • Basketball courts
  • Volleyball courts
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Fitness Center with weight machines, free weights, elliptical machines, rowers, stationary bikes, and stairclimbers


Roe Stamps Fields

Roe Stamps Fields

The Roe Stamps fields are adjacent to the Campus Recreation Center. The versatile fields can be used for four flag football fields, two soccer fields, or two softball fields.


Alumni Park

Alumni Park Volleyball Courts

Alumni Park contains two sand volleyball courts and is also used for general recreation, the volleyball sport club, and intramurals. Located next to Roe Stamps Fields and the new CRC Parking deck, these courts are a welcomed addition to the GT campus.


Leadership Challenge Course

Leadership Challenge Course

The Leadership Challenge Course (http://www.crc.gatech.edu/orgt/lcc) is custom-designed with a unique structure, innovative technology, and outcome-based programs. It will endow users with powerful learning experiences, taking them outside of their comfort zones with custom workshop topics created to maximize learning outcomes while providing a unique adventure. The courses are designed for intact groups ranging in size from eight to 150 or more. Complete with three towers, each forty feet tall, this doubledecker design has two cargo net entry points, four hydraulic zip line exit points, and a dozen elements to discover, solve, and cross. The course utilizes the campus-wide wireless network; online polling and data collection; communication via instant messaging, email, and video conference; and GPS navigation.


Burger Bowl

Burger Bowl Fields

The Burger Bowl can be found on the other side of Sixth Drive. Although the burger stand it was named after is long gone, the Burger Bowl is still used today for rugby, baseball, soccer, frisbee, summer camps and sunbathing.


Tyler Brown Pi Mile

Pi Mile Running Trail

The Tyler Brown Pi Mile (http://www.crc.gatech.edu) is a 3.14 running trail on the Georgia Tech campus. There are four starting points on campus (east, west, north, and south) and disc-shaped markers and maps along the way to keep walkers and runners on the trail. The sidewalk in front of the Campus Recreation Center is one of the starting points.


Tech Rec

Tec Rec Bowling Tech Rec (http://www.studentcenter.gatech.edu/rec) is located inside the student center and is designed for fun and games! Tech Rec has a pool hall with pool, billiard, and carom tables; an eight lane bowling center; and a video gaming area featuring Nintendo Wii, Playstation, and networked XBox 360's on five flatscreen televisions and three high def projector stations.