Whether it’s ice, turf, or court you seek, Massachusetts’ best sports centers can provide it with top-notch sports facilities. Sports centers offer its guests an opportunity to hone their skills, and stay in shape. Here are the 9 best in the Bay State!
Danvers Indoor Sports touts itself as the place where “athletes come to train, compete, and have fun,” and it seems that’s the consensus among its members. They afford athletes of all ages the opportunity to train in soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, basketball, and volleyball in a safe and modern environment. Their coaches have extensive training and come highly recommended.
A state-of-the-art facility, Athletic Evolution offers programs for just about any type of athlete or sports enthusiast. Whole families come here to improve their overall physical fitness. Teams and team members come to up their game. Check out their performance training for kids in elementary, middle and high school.
Located on the Worcester Polytechnic Institute campus, the WPI Sports & Recreation Center opens its facility and programs to the community. Assisting with fitness regimens and training athletes of all levels, this is the place to go in Worcester. Their swimming program is hard to beat.
The South Shore Sports Center is family owned. It offers both adult and youth sports leagues, including field hockey, basketball, football, and soccer. Check their website for summer sports camps for kids.
Strictly an ice facility, the New England Sports Center offers both adult and children’s hockey leagues. They also have several figure skating classes and groups one some of their six ice surfaces. Their pro shop is impressive.
Featuring individual and group adult fitness training, tennis training, and a comprehensive swimming program for all ages, Dedham Health will have you in tip top shape in a safe and timely manner. Check out their summer swimming programs for kids.
Featuring two NHL-sized hockey rinks, the Foxboro Sports Center is home to several local hockey leagues. Learn hockey skills all summer long with their programs for all ages. Check out their figure skating opportunities, too.
Featuring “Edge Ice” and “Edge Turf” programs, the Edge Sports Center trains hockey players and league teams, and trains those interested in playing soccer, too. Check out their field hockey program and their list of camps for all ages.
Check out TJO Sports Facility if you want your team or group to engage in their comprehensive sports clinics. Check the website to learn when signups are for seasonal sports.