Physical Activity

Physical activity throughout your day is critical to the health of not only your body, but your mind and spirit as well. Grab a friend and take a walk or class at the fitness center.

  • Free Indoor Walking Track Access

    Faculty and staff can access the Wildermuth Intramural Center (WIC) from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Before your first visit, please stop by the Recreational Sports Member Services suite located in Wildermuth Intramural Center, 1025 E. Seventh Street.

    Day use lockers and locks are available in the main level general locker rooms free of charge. Please note that free indoor track access does not apply to the Student Recreational Sports Center facility. Questions? Call (812) 855-SRSC (7772).

    This program is offered by Campus Recreational Sports and supported by Healthy IU.

    View facility schedules »

  • Outdoor Walking Trails

    Healthy IU has mapped out four one-mile loops that feature some of IU Bloomington’s most beautiful and functional walking locations. Each loop is approximately 1-mile or 2,000 steps. Download a map of the trails.

    There are also walking routes near the CIB. Check those out here.

  • Self-Guided Walking Tour of Campus

    This walking tour is a great way to appreciate the natural beauty and architectural details that make IU Bloomington so remarkable.

    Download the self-guided tour PDF

  • Bicycle Paths On Campus

    Riding your bike on campus? Check out the IU Bloomington Bicycle Master Plan, which lists bike lanes, multi-use paths, bike rack locations, and more!

  • IU Recreational Sports

    IU Rec Sports offers a variety of sport and fitness opportunities for all levels and interests. Keep up with the activity you love or try something new!

  • IU Masters Swim Club

    Weekdays: 11:00 a.m.-Noon 
    Weekends: Noon-1:30 p.m.
    Royer Pool in the School of Public Health

    Stay fit and have fun with the IU Masters Swim Club! The club is for students, faculty, staff, and members of the general public. There is no speed requirement; participants are able to choose a lane in which they feel comfortable. The club is designed for those who need a swimming program with structure and direction, and want to improve their physical fitness. Participants must have an active membership in United States Masters Swimming.

    Learn more by contacting Joel Stager (stagerj@indiana.edu) or Walter Gantz (gantz@indiana.edu).

  • Riddle Point Rowing Association

    The Riddle Point Rowing Association (RPRA) is a community outreach organization that provides opportunities for individuals and families in the Monroe County area to learn, develop, and excel in the sport of rowing. RPRA strives to promote fairness, sportsmanship and participation, while providing coaching, education, recreational and competitive opportunities for its members.

    Learn more »

    Check out RPRA on Facebook »