Hornet Park Fitness Center
Hornet Park Community Center
5245 Hornet Avenue
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday, 7:00am - 8:30pm
Friday, 7:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday and Sunday, 8:00am - 4:00pm
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Any additional closings will be posted in advance at the Center and on the City website.
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Hornet Park Community Center Closed
Memorial Day Holiday
Sunday, May 29 and Monday, May 30, 2016
The Hornet Park Fitness Center offers the community an affordable facility, where you can choose to workout on your own using the cardio and other equipment or join a class for group exercise. A variety of membership options are offered to meet your needs.
Student memberships are available for youth ages 10-17. Students will be allowed to use all fitness equipment as well as attend any group exercise class for as long as they and their parent or guardian holds a current membership.
For Students age 10-15 the parent or guardian must accompany the student for each visit to the fitness center and hold a current fitness center membership.
Members age 18 and older have full access to the fitness center based on their membership package.
All members must present their membership card to enter the fitness center.
New memberships will be charged a one time $15 administrative fee.
Membership Options and Fees/Group Exercise Class Schedule - Revised 05.24.2016
All guests must be in the company of a HPFC member.
Each guest is limited to one free visit in a calendar year.
Thereafter, guest fees are $5 a visit.
Group Exercise Descriptions:
Each class will consist of warm-up, cardio and/or resistance training, cool down, and stretching.
Zumba - A Latin inspired dance/aerobics class.
Step n Tone - This is a combination class using step training for the first half and toning with weights & exercise bands in the second half.
Toning and Abs - This class uses bands, weights and your own resistance in toning all the muscle groups (15-20 of solid abdominal moves).
Ball/Weights/Rebounding - Mixing stability ball and rebounding is an excellent way to achieve cardio conditioning with core strengthening.
Kickboxing - This class offers a complete muscle-sculpting and cardio workout while gaining better balance, agility, and self-confidence.
Yoga - Excellent for developing relaxation techniques while improving flexibility and strength.