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Ann Arbor works hard, plays hard. Whether it's competitive fervor or a solitary stroll you're looking for, Ann Arbor offers a superb variety of recreational opportunities.


For information on children's recreation and sports, see Youth Sports and Activities for Kids in the Children section of this guide. Fees, unless otherwise noted, are current as of summer 2013.


S at the end of a listing indicates special programs or prices for seniors.

CCRB: U-M Central Campus Recreation Bldg. (401 Washtenaw, 734-763-3084)

IMSB: U-M Intramural Sports Bldg. (606 E. Hoover, 734-763-3562)

NCRB: U-M North Campus Recreation Bldg. (2375 Hubbard, 734-763-4560)

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