Carter Gymnasium/SHAPE Facility
Johnson State's SHAPE (Student Health and Physical Education) facility is home to the College's Athletic Department, Health and Physical Education Division, Intramurals and Athletic Training Department. The SHAPE facility was built in 1990 as an addition to the existing Carter Gymnasium and underwent an extensive renovation in 2008-2009. The complex includes two gymnasiums, a state-of-the-art fitness center complete with free weights and Nautilus machines, an aerobic fitness area with Life Cycles, stair climbers, Concept II rowing machines, elliptical trainers, a Gravitron, Landice treadmills, a 26-foot climbing wall, a sound-proof spinning studio, two racquetball courts, and a six-lane 25-yard swimming pool.
Featured outdoors are the Minaert Fields, located directly adjacent to the SHAPE facility, which serve as home fields for our soccer, softball and lacrosse teams. There are four resurfaced tennis courts with views overlooking the intramural field located on the eastern side of campus. Also offered for outdoor enthusiasts is a 10K trail system for running, hiking, and cross-country skiing, along with a 18-hole disc golf course positioned across the College campus and a snowboard park.