- For additional clarification on Youth Eligibility for specific Fitness Centers, view the SFA Youth Eligibility available here.
- Saunas (Must be 18 years or older)
- Daily use lockers (Bring your own lock)
- Men's and Women's Locker Rooms
- Basketball/Volleyball courts
- 200 meter indoor running track
- Racquetball courts
- Variety of cardio equipment
- Group Fitness Classes
- Personal Trainers (By appointment)
- Strength and free weight equipment
- Selectorized strength equipment
- Plate loaded equipment
- Third floor multipurpose/aerobics room (Reserved during group fitness classes)
Gymnasium and Soldier Fields may be reserved for your organization's use. Fees may apply. Download the reservation form, available here.
- INDOOR POOL
The Collier Indoor Pool, located on the first floor, offers a 25 meter, 8-lane pool with depths ranging from 4 to 5 feet. Amenities include adjacent locker rooms with toilet and shower facilities, separate wet toilet areas, a sauna and family changing rooms.
- INDOOR TRACK STROLLER HOURS
Stroller Hours on the 2nd floor track have expanded! The track is available for all patrons with strollers during all hours of operation except during PT (Monday-Friday, 5-8 a.m.) The outside lane is designated for strollers, leaving the inside 2 lanes for other walkers/runners.
NOTE: Children must be in a stroller at all times. Children not in strollers are not permitted on the track. Strollers must be clean and dirt-free before entering.
- OUTDOOR CONEX BOXES
SFA Conex Boxes are now available to eligible patrons after completing a mandatory orientation, Connect To Conex. Conex boxes are available to assist with training power and strength, conditioning and the new ACFT.
Eligible patrons include Active Duty, DoD Civilians and their dependents 18 years and older.
Inquire about taking the CTC orientation or a conex class at the front desk or by emailing Mr. Kim, ChiHyon, Certified Strength and Condition Specialist.
- INTRAMURAL SPORTS
Intramural Sports offers a variety of sports throughout the year including men's and women's basketball, softball, flag football, soccer, rugby, volleyball and much more. Intramural sports are open to all Department of Defense active and retired military, civilian and Family Members ages 18 and over at no cost.
For more information, contact Mr. Kim, ChiHyon, Intramural Sports Coordinator.
- ALL ARMY SPORTS
All Army Sports provides athletically skilled Soldier athletes the opportunity to excel at the highest levels while competing for our Army and our country. Soldier/athletes train and compete in individual and team sports. The best may find themselves competing against Air Force, Marine and Navy athletes on a national level in Armed Forces championships. The best military athletes may even advance to compete on an international field of play against athletes from around the world. All Army Sports also contributes to the Soldier/athlete's readiness and overall well-being. When finished with competition, Soldiers return to their unit in better physical condition, along with a new appreciation of team building and enhanced leadership skills. Their unique perspective as a Soldier/athlete and first hand-experience gained in competing on the international stage makes them better athletes, but more importantly, better Soldiers. The espirit de corps and camaraderie developed on the field of play stays with Soldier/athletes long after they return to their unit, strengthening the bond between them and their fellow Soldiers. To apply or learn more about All Army Sports, visit their website or call DSN 753-8807.
For eligibility and usage, we strictly enforce Command Policy #47 and AR 215-1 for fitness centers and pools.
Eligibility and priority of use (as stated in Command Policy #47) is as follows:
- Active Duty and their Family members
- Reserve Component and their Family members
- Retirees and their Family members
- U.S. DOD Civilians (APF/NAF) and their Family members
- U.S. DOD Contractors and their Family members
- ROK Armed Forces*
- Local National Civilians: KGS, KWB and KCS*
There is a 100% ID Card check at all fitness centers and users must be registered in RecTrac. Click here to learn about registering your household in RecTrac.
*Not permitted to bring Guests. See Guest Policy below for more information.
According to Command Policy #47, a "Guest" refers to an individual not normally authorized access to USAG-Humphreys and this individual does not hold or possess a US Military issued or ROK Armed Forces Identification Card. Their access to a US installation is subject to an authorized Sponsor and must comply with USAG Humphreys Sponsorship Policy and procedures. Eligible Patrons may bring Guests into the fitness centers, except for ROK Armed Forces and Local National Civilians (KGS, KWB and KCS). Eligible Patrons may only sponsor dependents on their RecTrac household. Patrons may not sponsor dependents of other households.
Sponsors are required to present their Guest to the Staff on duty. Guest must present their issued Visitor Pass and be signed in by their Sponsor into the fitness facility. Sponsors are required to remain with their Guest at all times while the Guest is in the fitness facility.
Located near the Charlton Gate (formerly Hamjeong-Ri), the Collier Community Fitness Center stands three stories tall, measures 109,512 square feet. Facility highlights include an indoor pool with family changing rooms, an indoor running track, first and second floor strength areas, cardio rooms, the adjacent multi-purpose Soldier Field Complex and a parking garage connected by a skybridge. Jamba Juice is located on the first floor.
Youth Use Policy
IAW AR 215-1 (8-2d): Youth ages 13-15 years old may use gym equipment if they are supervised by a parent or guardian participating in the same activity, at the same time. Youth 12 years and younger must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and cannot use: treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes or any other mechanical equipment, free weight and machines, saunas or jacuzzi area.
An exception for use: Youth may use gym equipment if participating in special programs such as child, youth and school service programs, school activities and other sanctioned youth organizations.