Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center

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Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center

 

The bouldering cave will be closed starting April 2 through April 7 to reset climbs for the bouldering competition on April 8th.  The climbing wall will remain open during the week.

Health, wellness, fitness, intramurals, sports clubs, outdoor activities, community — these are just a few of the experiences offered through the Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center and our state-of-the-art facilities. Our professional staff is here to help you engage in ways that speak to your needs — ranging from yoga classes to help build inner strength and reduce stress to exciting outdoor trips and courses that encourage and develop leadership, teamwork, environmental stewardship, character development, and transferable life skills. Whether it’s quenching your thirst for competition or providing an opportunity to build friendships with others who love the game, we offer extensive club and intramural programs year-round. Looking to improve your fitness level or struggling to negotiate your own workout routine? Consider our fitness programs, including our personal training or group fitness classes as a fun and social change of pace.

Explore our website or visit us on the Homewood Campus to learn about the myriad offerings available. We look forward to becoming a vital part of your Johns Hopkins experience!


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