GYM AND FITNESS CENTRE HOURS

FALL AND SPRING HOURS

Monday - Thursday     7am -11pm 

Friday                          7am - 9pm 

Saturday                      9am-9pm

Sundays                       3pm-9pm

SUMMER HOURS 

Monday - Friday           8am-8pm

Saturday                      10am - 6pm 

Sunday                         Closed


Gym Schedule


History

Trinity Western University constructed the David E. Enarson Gymnasium in 1969. It was a major undertaking, with a 100-by 110-foot span. At the time of construction, it was the largest auditorium in the Fraser Valley, capable of hosting basketball, volleyball and badminton. The gym originally had a stage area, trampoline area, locker rooms, and change rooms for referees, equipment rooms, offices, classrooms, a kitchen, an athletic therapy room and a fitness centre.  In 2001 the stage area was taken out and offices and classrooms added in its place. The gym floor was replaced in 2002 along with new lighting.  The lower bleachers were replaced in 2006 and the upper bleachers were replaced in 2011.  A bouldering wall was added to the mezzanine in 2010, along with a Spartan Athletics Strength and Conditioning space (Sparta). In 2016 Sparta was moved from the upper mezzanine into the old Annex classroom where the varsity Spartan athletes now have their own space to train. In 2015 the new addition to the Fitness Centre was complete adding over 3000sq feet to the previous Fitness Centre with new equipment and various new machines. As well as the expanded Fitness Centre, a Fitness Studio was created on the second level.


Previous Events

Today the gymnasium houses many university functions, convocations, baccalaureate services, banquets, concerts, career day, dramas, sports clinics, tournaments, a daily chapel service, as well as academic classes, recreation activities, varsity practices and games .  The Fitness Centre is now able to shut doors to the second part of it, which is used for weight lifting and fitness classes in the HKIN department.  The Fitness Studio is an amazing space that is used for various dance classes, fitness classes, rental groups and much more.


Booking: Jotform - Coming Soon

And contact Jason.Vandyck@twu.ca for more information and booking.