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Disc Golf Course

The 18-hole HB Clark signature designed Disc Golf Course at the University of Richmond opened on March 16, 2011. All students, faculty, staff, and the Richmond community are welcome to use this course. 

The course is located on the Westhampton side of campus weaving from the President's House to the WC Tennis Courts, around the lake and back to Alumni Center. The course is approximately 1/2 a mile across campus from the Weinstein Center. 

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Intramural Fields

Intramural competitions, sport club practices and competitions, and outside groups use this space. In order to find free time it is necessary to consult the Intramural Field schedules posted on the shed.

There are 2 multipurpose fields that are the home to all outdoor recreational sports activities (sports clubs, intramurals, etc.). Whenever there is not a scheduled practice, competition or event, the Intramural fields are available for informal use.

Outdoor Sports Complex
The outdoor sports complex consists of a sand volleyball pit, two basketball courts, and a picnic area. There is also a grassy knoll that can accommodate a wide array of other games.

Challenge Course

The Team Odyssey High Ropes Course opened in the spring of 2008. With 2 levels of high ropes challenges combined with low challenges, this facility provides opportunities for team building, experiential education, and leadership training. The Odyssey course is operated and scheduled through Challenge Discovery. See Outdoor Adventure for more information and contact numbers.

Richmond College Tennis Courts

There are six lighted and two unlighted hard surface tennis courts. Lights are on an automatic timer. Courts are used on a first-come, first-served basis when not scheduled for practices, competitions, or instructional programs.

Weinstein Center Courtyard

The Weinstein Center offers a beautiful courtyard with a peristyle that can provide shading from the sun or cover in the rain as well as three grassy knolls ideal for lawn games, seating or whatever your group needs. The courtyard is directly in front of the Weinstein Center with easy access to all of the indoor amenities of the center.

Green Initiatives

Recreation and Wellness is actively involved in supporting sustainability practices at the University. Green initiatives include: