, 2022-07-18 09:00:00,
The brand new PATH Recreation & Fitness Center will open to the public Friday, July 29 across from the DMV in Culpeper.
Located at 19002 Crossroad Parkway along Lovers Lane, the wellness facility includes two full-size, multisport courts lined for basketball, volleyball, and pickleball, batting cages, multisport simulator, and activity room.
These amenities are adjacent to a fully-equipped fitness center that opened earlier this year offering a robust schedule of group exercise and youth fitness classes, yoga, meditation, small group training, and personal training, according to a release from Culpeper Wellness Foundation.
The public is invited to come check it out during a Grand Opening Celebration happening from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 29 and July 30.
Attendees can try their hands (and feet) at spikeball, a new sport that is sweeping the nation, according to the release, as well as pickleball, volleyball, kickball and basketball.
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The batting cage will be open to try along with adult and youth fitness classes in Boot Camp, Cycling & Kettlebell Strength and Family Boot Camp.
“Grand Opening activities will give visitors a sampling of the many programs that will be offered. We’ve asked lots of kids and adults to share their ‘wish lists’ for activities and we look forward to putting together a schedule that offers something for everyone,” said Tracie Massey, director of the new facility, in a statement.
Upcoming programs will provide an introduction to court sports, and beginner golf lessons on the multisport simulator, which also has bowling, baseball, softball, and disc golf. Art classes and a youth iPhone photography class are planned.
“The expansive space in the new recreation center will allow us to serve more kids in some of our most popular youth programs, such as tumbling and taekwondo. We’ll also be able to expand our physical education program for children who are homeschooled and offer the kids a wider selection of activities,” Massey said.
Day passes, monthly and annual memberships are being offered along with need-based scholarships and free passes for those unable to pay, according to…
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