The 32-acre RMU Island Sports Center, a sports and recreation destination in Pittsburgh, offers activities for the entire family. Facilities include ice and inline skating rinks, golf range, mini golf, athletic field, and a pro shop.
Things to Do
- Bring your family for a fun weekend of a public skate session accompanied with great music. Come as early as possible as the Center cuts the admission once the skate capacity is reached especially during the busy months from November to March.
- Take your toddler to his first skating experience and enrol him in a Skating Class. The Center has a Little Stars program for kids ages 3 and up. This instructor-led program is fun and safe for the kids. There are also other of skating lessons that you can take depending on your skating skill level.
- In the summer, take the kids to a Hockey Summer Camp and keep them busy. Classes are divided per age bracket based on the USA Hockey age classification. The Center keeps a low student-to-instructor ratio to ensure that all the students will be given focus and individual attention.
- Visit the golf range or go for an outdoor mini-golf round with the family. Mini-golf costs $3.
- Girls from ages 8-14 can learn to throw, field, baserun, and other baseball skills at the Girls Softball Camp. Lessons are held at the Sport Dome. There's also a Youth Flag Football and Adult Soccer nights.
Robert Morris University Island Sports Center Insider Tips
- Athletes and sports enthusiasts congregate in the Sports Center. You may find PGA professionals on the staff giving out golf lessons too.