About the Catskill Recreation Center
The Catskill Recreation Center (CRC) is a not-for-profit organization with a state-of-the-art swimming pool and exercise facility located in Arkville, NY (on County Highway 38 between State Routes 28 and 30).
CRC provides affordable recreational opportunities to the community and is the “go-to place” for fitness, friendships, and fun. We offer a diverse array of swimming and fitness classes, family and youth programs, personal training, and American Red Cross instruction.
The Catskill Recreation Center was conceived of by the Kingdon Gould Jr. Family who has deep roots in the Catskill Mountains. The Kingdon Gould Jr. Family funded the creation of the Catskill Recreation Center. After three and almost a half years of fitness, friendships, and fun the members of the Catskill Recreation Center wanted to say Thanks.
Check Out the Upcoming Special CRC Events
CROSS MOUNTAIN CRUSHER Saturday, April 28, 2018
The Catskill Recreation Center, in cooperation with Overlook Mountain Bikes and Catskill Brewery, invites you to tackle our resume building ride. This is the Third Annual Cross Mountain Crusher; a 55-mile gravel/road ride for the serious cyclist.
THE CROSS MOUNTAIN CHRUSHER
SATURDAY APRIL 28, 2018
RIDE STARTS AT 8:30 AM
REGISTER ON LINE: https://www.bikereg.com/cross-mountain-crusher
FEE: PRE-REGISTRATION $75.00 DAY OF REGISTRATION $80.00
PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE: tee-shirt, meal, beer.
VIRTUAL SWIM TO LAKE GEORGE
Join us as we swim the distance from the Catskill Recreation Center to Lake George Village, New York. This is a 140-mile virtual swim. All participants will have the opportunity to complete the virtual swim as a solo swimmer or as part of a two, three, or four-person relay.
SWIM CHALLENGE TIME FRAME
December 1, 2017 until May 30, 2018
Fee: CRC members $25; Non-CRC-Members $35
For more information: UPDATED SWIM TO LAKE GEORGE INFORMATIONAL FLYER
Donate to the
Catskill Recreation Center
While membership has grown steadily, membership fees cover less than half of the operating expenses; therefore, the Catskill Recreation Center relies on generous individual donations and grant awards to keep the doors open.
Given the resounding and immeasurable benefits that the Catskill Recreation Center has had in the greater community, we ask you to make a donation to the CRC to help us sustain and expand our programming, so we can continue to serve the well-being and recreational interests of both youth and adults in this area.