20585 Ashburn Village Blvd
Ashburn, VA 20147
Welcome to the Sports Pavilion... where your neighbors gather.
Welcome to the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion (AVSP) where you'll find fitness and recreational choices for the entire family! AVSP is the hallmark of the Ashburn Village community. With more than 32,130 square feet of indoor space, the facility features both indoor and outdoor 25-Meter pools and outdoor wading pool; group fitness studio and cycle studio. The fitness floor features the latest in cardio technology and a full selection of strength training equipment. Additional amenities include, sauna and steam rooms; full-size gymnasium; racquetball, and outdoor tennis facilities that are enclosed for winter play; locker rooms; pro-shop; KidZone nursery; and a marina for non-motorized boating. The facility hosts a multitude of programs for both residents and non-residents including aquatics, community events, fitness, group exercise classes, personal and small group training, camp programs, youth programming, and indoor/outdoor tennis and so much more!
Boasting one of the largest community recreational facilities of its kind in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Association and Pavilion staff are dedicated to the health and well-being of each member. Whether you have a question, need assistance with a machine, have a suggestion, or are interested in enrolling in one of the numerous program offerings, residents should feel free to contact any one of the highly qualified department managers.
If you have any questions or would like further information about our recreation facilities, contact us directly by phone or email, email@example.com
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To create a positive, healthy environment that inspires mind, body and spirit in a safe and well maintained facility. To ensure member satisfaction via strong customer service and innovative programming through supportive and knowledgeable staff.
To improve Ashburn Village residents' health so profoundly through wellness, programming, and health initiatives that good health is inherently part of the community's culture.