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The Hanover Country Club is a College-owned facility under the direction and supervision of the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation.
Learn more about the Hanover Country Club.
Dartmouth Skiway offers big-mountain challenges in a family-friendly setting with more than 100 ski-able acres spread over two mountains and enough terrain variety to thrill any ski or snowboarding enthusiast. The Skiway has something fun for everyone: a 968-foot vertical drop, full-service day lodge, superb grooming, and exciting terrain features. A special ticket price also means a family can enjoy a weekend of skiing and riding at the Skiway for one great price.
Learn more about the Dartmouth Skiway.
The Dartmouth Yacht Club (DYC) summer sailing fleet consists of: 3 - Rhodes 19', 1-19' Lightning, 12 - Lasers, 6 FJ's, and 2 Hobie 16'. These boats are available to the members who are “Skipper Qualified” without a fee.
Learn more about the Dartmouth Yacht Club.
Thompson Ice Arena is one of two Dartmouth sports facilities designed by the Italian structural engineer Pier Luigi Nervi, known popularly as the "poet in concrete" in tribute to the buildings he designed for the Rome Olympics. Thompson Arena is located just across South Park Street from Leverone Field House, the other Nervi-designed building. Built in 1975, the 83,600 square foot building is home to the Big Green's Men's and Women's ice hockey teams and seats 3,500 spectators.
Learn more about Thompson Arena.
Originally built in 1893 and completed as it stands today in 1923, Memorial Field consists of a 30,000 square foot stadium, a football field and a track.
The stadium facilities include concession areas, restrooms, and a pressbox. The stadium is a brick and concrete structure and features black wrought iron fencing that encloses its West Stands.
State-of-the-art FieldTurf surface was installed on Memorial Field in 2006. The newest generation FieldTurf surface features reinforced spine monofilament, silica sand, and cryogenic rubber infill that simulates natural grass. In conjunction with construction of Floren Varsity House, the upper tiers (about two-thirds of the 9,500 seats in the East Stands) were removed. The remaining seats in the East Stands have been extended to match the 7,100-seat West Stands. Including temporary end-zone seating, Memorial Field has a seating capacity for about 15,000 spectators.
When no varsity sport practices or games are in progress, the facility is open for general use.
Dartmouth swimmers and divers have the advantage of exceptional pool and weight-training facilities. The Big Green swimming complex features two pools with a total of 15 25-yard lanes as well as two 50-meter lanes.
The cornerstone is the Karl Michael Pool, which features six racing lanes and seating for 400 spectators. Built in 1963 and designed by former Dartmouth swim captain R. Jackson Smith '36, the Michael Pool was host to the 1968 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championship. In 1970, it was formally named in honor of the legendary Big Green swim coach, who headed the Dartmouth program from 1939-1970. The Michael Pool's diving area features one- and three-meter boards with Durafirm and Maxiflex equipment and a water well 12 to 17 feet deep.
Adjacent is Spaulding Pool, a 25 yard, 4-lane pool constructed in 1919. The walls surrounding Spaulding still feature the beautiful mosaic tile installed during the original construction phase 85 years ago.
Located less than a mile north of the Dartmouth College campus, the 6,000-square foot Corey Ford Rugby Clubhouse nestles into a slope of the former Garipay Farm property (now owned by Dartmouth). The clubhouse is destined to be one of Dartmouth’s distinctive buildings. It may be the only rugby clubhouse in the world designed to provide symmetrical, unified facilities that serve men and women.
The men's and women's rugby programs at Dartmouth, rank with the best teams in the nation. Each has won Ivy League and New England championships and competed in national tournaments. The Corey Ford Clubhouse gives Dartmouth rugby players a place they call “home,” a facility that is unmatched in the spectrum of collegiate athletics.
The Berry Sports Center racquetball and squash court area consists of 10 international squash courts (one of which is a glass enclosed exhibition court), two North American squash courts and three racquetbll courts. The squash courts are home to the Dartmouth men's and women's squash teams. The courts were dedicated in November of 1987. The Racquet Center features the Herrick Court, one of only three permanent exhibition courts in North America with three glass walls. The building's architecture is one of its most striking features, as a large skylight brightens the interior and gives the building and court area an expansive feel.
Learn more about the Berry Sports Center.
The Boss Tennis Center is open from Monday, September 11, 2017 through Friday, June 1, 2018. Hours are 7:30am - 10:00pm weekdays and 8:00am - 8:00pm on weekends. The facility is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. To make a court reservation, please call the front desk at 603-646-1101. Members may make a court reservation four days ahead, non-members two days ahead.
Learn more about the Boss Tennis Center / Gordon Pavillion.
The Zimmerman Fitness Center at Dartmouth College is a beautiful, light-filled facility designed to meet the needs of the Dartmouth College and broader Hanover community. The 16,000 square foot facility houses over 70 pieces of cardio equipment (many with their own TV's), 40 strength machines, 3 different dumbbell areas a full free-weight area, and open spaces for functional fitness and stretching. The Zimmerman Fitness Center also has certified Personal Trainers available for individual one-on-one training and rehabilitation.
Learn about Memberships.