Rock Lake Activity Center
The Rock Lake Activity Center opened its doors to the public on Jan. 22. Located in the former St. Paul’s Lutheran School at 229 Fremont Street in Lake Mills, the facility offers all the services of a health club and community center combined.
Members will find a complete cardiovascular center including elliptical equipment, stair climbers, treadmills, exercise bikes and more. There is also a fully equipped weight room with free-weights, benches and circuit equipment. Golfers can enroll in the Golf Swing Analysis & Enhancement Program just in time for pre-season training.
Fitness classes such as Pilates, yoga, “Amazing Abs,” “Tone and Sculpt,” step cardio and “Over 50 Toning” are scheduled. All classes are taught by certified instructors.
According to board member Kurt Anderson, the RLAC is more than just a fitness center. Programming will foster a sense of community that will appeal to teens, seniors and everyone in between. RLAC will house a cafeteria, game room, arcade center, a community/computer room and after school programming and tutoring.
RLAC has been designated a 501 (c) (3) non-profit agency. Fort HealthCare is a sponsor of the center, providing financial and programming support. Fort HealthCare staff will regularly offer educational activities for adults focusing on fitness, nutrition, wellness and exercise. Other organizations and individuals have also provided critical assistance to the center’s creation, including the Lake Mills Area Community Foundation, the Optimist Club and the Lake Mills School District.
Membership fees begin at $25 per month for high school age students. Family memberships are set at $45 per month.
To read more membership and general information visit their website by clicking here. You can also contact the center by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (920) 945-0156. Volunteer opportunities are also available.