The Ruzycki Center for Therapeutic Recreation


The Frank C. Ruzycki Center for Therapeutic Recreation (RCTR) is a state-of-the-art recreation complex, which opened in 1996 just before the Paralympic Games in Atlanta. The entire RCTR complex is fully-accessible with many features, including:

40 Meter Track (Outdoor)
Aerobics
Arts and Crafts
NCAA Regulation Basketball Court
Bowling Alley
Ceramics
25-Meter Swimming Pool (fed by water from the historic warm springs)
Game Room
Indoor Walking Track
Racquetball Courts
Rotary International Tennis Courts (Outdoor)
Weight Room

The RCTR also offers meeting rooms, a snack bar, and fully-accessible locker rooms, as well as the USA Wheelchair Hall of Fame. Community memberships to the RCTR are available for a nominal fee.
 
Roosevelt Warm Springs is committed to the community, and as such makes its recreational services and facilities available to the public to the extent possible. Individuals throughout the area can take advantage of the recreational opportunities offered at Roosevelt Warm Springs by taking part in any or all of the Community Programs offered. Recreation therapists trained in both land and aquatic instruction direct the classes, which can increase strength, balance, cardiovascular endurance and flexibility. The programs also provide social opportunities and motivation for other health improvements. Some of these include:

Aquatic Exercise
Circuit Training
Walking Groups
Weight Training