A.U. FACILITIES

Auburn Arena

Auburn, AL

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The new Auburn Arena is a showcase for Auburn University and provides first-class, state-of-the-art facilities for athletic programs such as the men’s and women’s basketball teams and gymnastics. With an estimated seating capacity of 9,600, the Auburn Arena gives fans an intimate setting that puts them in the middle of the action. Featuring chair back seats along with bleacher seating for students

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Auburn University Club

1650 Yarbrough Farms Blvd
Auburn, AL

p: 334.821.8381
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Featuring an 18-hole championship golf course, state-of-the-art practice facilities, a full-service clubhouse and more! Located off Shug Jordan Parkway, just north of campus, the Auburn University Club at Yarborough Farms opened in the fall of 1999. It features an 18-hole championship golf course, state-of-the-art practice facilities, a full-service clubhouse, with tennis and swimming facilities a

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Auburn University Horse Unit

1235 Wire Road
Auburn, AL

The Auburn Horse Unit, home of the Auburn University Equestrian Team, is part of the department of Animal Sciences in the College of Agriculture. Located five minutes from campus on Wire Road adjacent to the College of Veterinary Medicine, this spacious 60-acre facility is conveniently located and easily accessible for fans, students, faculty and staff. The Horse Unit offers two side-by-side arena

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Auburn University Soccer Complex

2340 Wire Road
Auburn, AL

p: 334.844.9287
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The Auburn University Soccer Complex has been home to the Auburn University Soccer program since 1994. Located on the corner of Samford Avenue & Biggio Drive. The AU Soccer Complex had an original seating capacity of 600 and was expanded to seat 1500 in 1995.

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James E. Martin Aquatic Center

661 Biggio Drive
Auburn, AL

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It is named after James E. Martin, the 14th president of Auburn University, because he spearheaded the project. The design of the pool incorporates a state of the art gutter system which absorbs waves. The NCAA’s Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships have been held here as well as the US Open.

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Jordan-Hare Stadium

251 South Donahue Drive
Auburn, AL 36849

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On football Saturdays in Auburn, Jordan-Hare Stadium becomes Alabama's fifth-largest city. More than 75,000 season tickets have been sold to Auburn home games in each of the last 18 years.

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Samford Stadium at Plainsman Park

351 S Donahue Drive
Auburn, AL

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Home to the Auburn University Baseball Team! Located across the street from Beard-Eaves- Memorial Coliseum, Samford Stadium at Hitchcock Field at Plainsman Park offers the brick backstop of Wrigley Field, the dark green chair back seats of Camden Yards, the Green Monster of Fenway Park, and a 50-foo

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Samford Hall

182 S. College Street
Auburn, AL

Samford Hall was officially named for Governor William James Samford in May, 1929. Through the years, the interior of this building has been renovated many times to meet the changes of a growing college. Samford Hall originally had a bell that rang every hour for classes, and although the bell still remains in the tower, an electrically controlled clock marks the time now.

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Student Center

255 Duncan Drive
Auburn, AL

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The Student Center provides services and facilities needed for the social, personal and intellectual development of individual students and groups of students. This is accomplished through structured activities, programs and resources. Well-maintained and secure facilities are also provided to stude

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Yarbrough Tennis Center

777 South Yarbrough Farms Blvd
Auburn, AL

p: 334.501.2920
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The $4.7 million, 4,300-square-foot City of Auburn/Auburn University Yarbrough Tennis Center includes six indoor courts, 12 outdoor hard courts, and 16 outdoor clay courts, one of them a stadium court.

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Jane B.Moore Softball Complex

795 W. Samford Ave
Auburn, AL

The facility features 1,500 chair-back and bench-back seats and includes a state-of the- art press box, concession stands and more. Located off Biggio Drive, this $2.3 million home of the Auburn University Softball team held its first game on April 24, 1998 when Auburn hosted the University of Georgia.. Host of the 2005 NCAA Regional Softball Tournament. More than 75,000 fans have attended games a

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Strength And Rehabilitation Center

Auburn, AL

The Center is a two-story, 13,274-square-foot facility that houses a weight room for the baseball team on the first floor and a rehabilitation and research center on the second floor. Home of the Auburn Baseball team, the Strength and Rehabilitation Center opened January of 2004 and is adjacent to Plainsman Park. The rehabilitation and research center is occupied by Plainsman Park Physical Therapy

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Campus Recreation

601 Heisman Dr.
Auburn, AL

p: 334.844.0023
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Campus Recreation fosters engagement, leadership, learning and wellness through quality programs, state-of-the-art facilities, and a professional and highly qualified staff. Structured Intramural and Club Sports, Informal Recreation, Fitness and Nutrition programs and services encourage

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Hutsell-Rosen Track

Lem Morrison Drive
Auburn, AL

The home of the Auburn University Track & Field team. Hutsell-Rosen Track is located behind the south end of the Soccer Field, off Lem Morrison Drive. Completed just in time for the 2006 season, Hutsell-Rosen Track is the best facility in the SEC. Complete with Beynon Sports Surface’s BSS 2000 track, jumping and throwing areas, and a meet control booth, it is the only Class One Facility certified

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The Earlon and Betty McWhorter Center For Women's Athletics

703 W Samford Avenue
Auburn, AL

This 30,908-square-foot practice facility for the Women’s Gymnastics team opened its doors in January of 2001 and houses offices, locker rooms, equipment rooms, and a laundry room that support both the Women’s Gymnastics team and the Women’s Softball team.

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OTHER AREA FACILITIES

Donald E.Davis Arboretum

Garden Dr & College St,
Auburn, AL

p: 334.844.5770
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Open sunrise-sunset. The Davis Arboretum provides visitors with a setting for reflection and relaxation and place for a walk through a natural setting. The primary purposes however, are those of conservation, education and research on ecosystem preservation and diversity. The Arboretum shows plants growing in the special habitats that exist in the state of Alabama, such as rocky hillsides, stream

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Chewacla State Park

124 Shell Toomer Parkway
Auburn, AL

p: 334.887.5621
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Open 8 a.m. to sunset. Admission: Weekdays $2 for Adults; Weekends $3 for Adults; Children 6 to 11 years of age: $1; Senior Citizens 62 years of age and older: $1

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Auburn Softball Complex

2560 S.College St,
Auburn, AL

p: 334.501.2976
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Admission charged for selected events. The Auburn Softball Complex staff strives to ensure that visitors enjoy the finest championship playing facilities. Built in 1992 by the City of Auburn, the complex was an effort to provide citizens within the community a state-of-the-art recreational facility for softball.. A strong emphasis is placed on expert organization and genuine Southern hospitality.

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Duck Samford Sports Complex

1720 E. University Dr,
Auburn, AL

p: 334.501.2930
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Home of the 2005 Dixie Youth World Series! Dixie Youth regulation-size baseball and softball fields, control buildings with concessions, press boxes, restrooms, playgrounds, picnic area, walking trail and lighted parking lots. The complex also has a football field with concessions, restrooms...

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West Ridge Baseball Complex

Douglas Ave,
Opelika, AL

p: 334.705.5560
Eight Dixie Youth-size and two Dixie Boys-size fields, two fast pitch girls softball fields, three control buildings with press boxes, concessions and restrooms, playground, walking trail and lighted parking lots.

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Auburn Soccer Complex

2340 Wire Rd,
Auburn, AL

p: 334.501.2930
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Six full-sized fields with lighting, one unlit field, and a paved parking lot with bus access. A concessions building also provides office space, meeting space and restroom facilities. A planned playground will be located near the concession stand. Phase II of the project will consist of a total of five fields, four of which are lighted, and Phase III will include an indoor complex where only tour

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Yarbrough Tennis Complex

1717 Richland Rd,
Auburn, AL

p: 334.501.2930
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The $4.7 million, 4,300-square-foot Yarbrough Tennis Complex in Auburn includes six indoor courts, 12 outdoor hard courts, and 16 outdoor clay courts, one of them a stadium court. The city of Auburn shares the complex, located on Richland Road, with Auburn University. Facilities include locker rooms, a lobby, director’s office, a lounge,and pro shop.

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Calhoun Tennis Center & Pro Shop

1102 Denson Dr,
Opelika, AL

p: 334.705.5556
Featuring eight hard courts, four Composition courts, tennis center with pro shop and restrooms. Pro on site. Private lessons and group clinics for youth and adults, beginners to advanced are available. Competitive Junior Tennis programs for boys and girls ages 10-18 years interested in playing tournaments are also available.

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Samford Avenue Tennis Center

857 E.Samford Avenue,
Auburn, AL

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Six hard courts, pro on site. Home to USTA tournaments and championships.

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Lake Wilmore Trail

737 Ogletree Road
Auburn, AL 36830

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Lake Wilmore Trail is a park at Ogletree Elementary School. Come bike, run and hike on Auburn's new mountain bike trail constructed by C.A.M.P. (Central Alabama Mountain Pedalers)

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Spring Villa Park

1474 Lee Rd 148,
Opelika, AL

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Park open sunrise to sunset. No admission charge to enter park. Admission charge for camping. Reservations for pavilion required. 325-acre park with 24 improved campsites, lodge and walking trails. Home to the historic 1850s William Penn Yonge home listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the annual Spring Villa Halloween Trail of Terror.

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Margie Piper Bailey Park

910 Wrights Mill Rd
Auburn, AL 36832

Margie Piper Bailey Park is used for Youth Football, soccer and other special events. The fields were donated to the city by the Bailey Construction Company and are used by the city, as well as, Wrights Mill Road Elementary School. Limited parking is available.

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