N. E. Tarble Athletic & Recreation Center
In addition to several recreation and fitness facilities, Tarble’s Field House is one of the largest venues in the Milwaukee-Chicago corridor with the ability to host events for up to 4,000 attendees. From expos, conventions, and concerts, this venue has played host to artists such as Phillip Phillips, The Fray, The Script, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, T-Pain, and Bob Dylan.
- Capacity: 4,200
- Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
- Amenities: Chairs, tables, and basic linens
- Optional Upgrades: Stage, professional sound, and video services
The Field House offers custom sound and lighting capability, stage rigging capability, and multi-use general recreation capability.
Tarble Arena houses games and practices for men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s volleyball. The facility features a parquet floor, arena seating for 2,385 fans with all red seats and theatre-style chairs on the west side, a giant video board, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment.
The Koenitzer Aquatic Center features 10 deep-water lanes for competition and an additional six lanes for warm-up and cool-down. A separate whirlpool is available for swimmers.
The Semler Fitness Center, a 5,000-square-foot fitness center, has cardio equipment, weight machines, TRX Suspension, free weights, and other exercise equipment.
The TARC houses the Snap-On ACE Climbing Wall. Rock climbing is a full-body workout and is an excellent way to improve core strength and stability.
The McNamara Indoor Baseball/Softball Facility features three indoor batting cages, a large soft-toss and hitting-tee area, and space for pitchers and catchers to throw.
The Dale Golf Center is a state-of-the-art space for practicing golf indoors.
The dance studio in the TARC hosts dance courses and also serves as a rehearsal space. The studio features a professional dance floor, mirrored walls, movable barres, and a sound system.
The Marconi Weight Room, located in the TARC, is home to a variety of free weights and weight machines.