Rogers Community School Recreation Association

Locations: 315 W Olive St, Rogers
Phone: 479-631-0336
Website: http://www.rogersarkansas.com/recreation

Mission:  It is the Mission of the Rogers Community School Recreation Association to provide a variety of activities and sports that promote health in both mind and body, through fellowship and good sportsmanship in a purely recreational environment.

About:  The Rogers Activity Center is open eighty-nine hours per week, year round.  The center features two full court gymnasiums, an interactive health club for youth, an indoor track, a cardio/strength training facility, an aerobic suite, four classrooms, and a banquet room.  The Rogers Activity Center has served the recreational needs of all ages for over 30 years.

Rogers Community School Recreation Association is a 501c3 non-profit that offers sports programs, fitness classes, and enrichment opportunities, as well as oversees the direction of the Rogers Activity Center, RCSRA, in conjunction with the City of Rogers Parks and Recreation Department, strives to offer high-quality recreation opportunities for all ages.

What we offer:  We are pleased to offer our citizens a range of amenities reaching all age groups.  Two (2) gymnasiums with basketball and shuffleboard courts; men and women dressing rooms with showers; a walking track; aerobics room; cardiovascular room; several classrooms; meeting rooms, and an interactive game room will be available with your membership to the Center.  Our dedicated staff of professionals has put together a wide range of activities to meet your needs.
The RAC is proud to announce the opening of XeR Station, the gaming adventure in Northwest Arkansas.  This high-tech child’s play will give all participants an excellent, fun, and challenging work out.  Children will get their heart racing and adrenaline pumping by dancing on dance pads, racing game bikes, challenging friends on the SportWall, and competing on the XerStation by using their body strength.  Children will also have the opportunity to jump on the Hoggan Airbounder, or as we like to call it, a personal trampoline and use other kid-friendly cardio or strength training equipment.

Scholarships:  Thanks to the generous contributions from United Way and other agency donations, the RAC is pleased to offer assistance to those who qualify.  If you would like to apply for a scholarship to cover any program fee, you must fill out the required paperwork and bring in a copy of your 2 most recent pay stubs and last year’s tax information.  If you do not turn in the correct paperwork, you will not be considered.  If you have any questions about scholarship opportunities, please contact Robin Rounds at 479-631-0336, ext. 448.

Hours of Operation:  Monday – Friday 6am-9pm, Saturday 8am-6pm, Sunday 1pm-5pm.