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Greenheck Turner Community Center

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is a 135,000 square foot indoor turf facility, as an addition to the current Greenheck Fieldhouse, that will accommodate a full size field of 120 yards x 70 yards, walking track, jump pit, batting cages, and ample viewing spaces. This facility will enhance health, wellness, athletics and quality of life for the community for years to come. The additional space will strengthen the current indoor gym space, climbing wall, racquetball courts, fitness center, group fitness center studio and ice area for the Central Wisconsin area. 
 

As a community center, it will include space for youth and high school activities such as soccer, football, lacrosse, softball, baseball, golf, track & field, band and dance. It also will have the ability to host tournaments, camps, community events and individual user groups. This year-round facility will be open for all and includes a walking track, meeting rooms, simulators and bleacher seating.

The Greenheck Turner Community Center is named after Mary Greenheck Turner who passed away in 2019. Her father Robert C. Greenheck and her husband Scott L. Turner along with Mary’s three brothers Jim, Paul and Bobby have been supporters of the project from the very beginning. The Greenheck family supported the original Greenheck Field House which was built in 1997.

 

Greenheck Fieldhouse

The Greenheck Fieldhouse was built in 1997 and included an Olympic size ice area, 3 indoor basketball courts, 2 racquetball courts, concession stand, classrooms, and fitness center. The building has been used year-round for the 26 years by athletic teams, community events, school based classroom groups, the Boys & Girls Club, various youth programs and sporting leagues.  The space is also used for special events such as the community halloween event, craft show, and the district Imagine show. 

Youth Sports Programs