NSA Mid-South Community

Gymnasium

Need to practice your jump shot or schedule a grudge match with a competing intramural team? The gym staff at Building N-82 will be happy to facilitate that game or match for you. The gym offers the facilities, equipment and the “know how” to arrange a wide variety of sports activities including racquetball, softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, soccer and flag football for recreational participation.

 

Outdoor facilities include five softball fields, three all-purpose fields and five tennis courts with lights. The gym is equipped with full shower and dressing room facilities; wet and dry saunas are located in the men’s and women’s locker rooms. The facility also houses a fitness center and boxing room.

 

The extensive floor space can accommodate up to four basketball games simultaneously. Volleyball, badminton and command physical training can be set up at a moment’s notice.

 

Gear Issue has athletic equipment available for sign-out including racquetball racquets, balls, protective eye-wear, tennis racquets, basketballs, softball equipment, footballs, jerseys, walleyball and squash equipment.

 

The N-82 Gymnasium is open to all MWR authorized patrons and is free of charge to all active duty, retired, reserve military personnel and their dependents. DoD civilians and guests can use the center for a daily fee. Guests must be sponsored by an authorized patron.

 

The gym is open seven  days a week, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and holidays, noon to 4 p.m. Call (901) 874-5188 or (901) 874-5383 for more information.

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