The Wade King Student Recreation Center (commonly called the Rec Center), also referred to as the Aerobic Center and the Fitness Center, is a fitness and recreation center at Western Washington University.

The Wade King Student Recreation Center features 100,000 square feet of indoor recreational and athletic space. The facility includes three basketball/volleyball courts, a six-lane swimming pool, two cardio exercise areas, two group fitness rooms, a 1/10-mile three-lane indoor track, climbing and bouldering walls, a weight room and a multi-activity court.  Schedules for the various areas of our facility, as well as for Carver Gym and our outdoor sports areas.[1] 

The Rec Center is named for 10-year-old Wade King, one of three boys killed during a Bellingham pipeline accident on June 10, 1999.[2]


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