1 full size floodlit 3G pitch suitable for soccer
2 grass pitches suitable for soccer, hockey & gaelic training
Changing rooms available
Keady Recreation Centre is a dual use facility with St. Patrick’s High School, created to offer a wide range of recreational activities for the local community. The getactiveabc team welcome individuals of all fitness levels, guiding them on how to accomplish their fitness goals and helping maintain them.
Come and experience the Matrix and Life fitness equipment, get the adrenaline flowing through your body with a high paced Cardio Cycle Class, play like your life depends on it on our pitches and tennis courts, you’ll feel amazing!
Planning a child’s birthday party, AHOY! Look no further than our fantastic Pirate House Bouncy castle package, let the kids have fun with their MATEYS while you relax and enjoy the celebrations. Get in touch to find out more!
Meetings room available
Complimentary WIFI available
Free car parking
To check availability and make a booking telephone 02837538388
The safety of our customers and team members is our number one priority.
Things are a little bit different, as we have introduced a range of safety measures and extensive cleaning protocols so you can get back to doing the things that you love.
Watch our video to find out what we are doing to keep everyone safe, well and active in Keady Recreation Centre.
Keady Recreation Centre has been designed with the aim of making sport, fitness and wellbeing easier to access for everybody.
There is 2 Blue Badge parking bays within the car park
The entrance door open towards you (pull)
There is level access to the reception desk
Accessible changing room with toilet, sink and shower
There is level access into ground floor of Gym, stairs only to upper gym floor area
IFI rated running machine, recumbent bike, hand cycle and dual adjustable pulley in Gym
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