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Fitness Center

The Orange Fitness Center is located in the High Plains Community Center across from the Park and Recreation office. The room is furnished with a variety of equipment designed to meet all your fitness needs. The cardiovascular equipment includes 5 stationary bikes, 2 rowing machines, an elliptical machine, 2 stair climbers and 4 treadmills. The Fitness Center is fully stocked with over 900 pounds of Olympic free weights and dumbbells ranging in weight from 1 to 90 pounds. There is a squat rack, a smith machine, cable row/lat pull down machine, a hyperextension machine, a free standing leg press, an abdominal machine, Cybex torso rotation machine, and three adjustable benches for incline lifting and curls.

The center also features strength training equipment including an eight station Universal Gym with a leg press, military press, bench press, lateral station, hip flexor station, abdominal board, dip station and a
chin-up station.

Cardiovascular Equipment

  • 2 Rowing machines
  • 2 Stair climbers
  • 4 Treadmills
  • 5 Stationary bikes
  • Elliptical machine

Free Weights

  • 3 Adjustable benches for lifting
  • Abdominal machine
  • Cable row/lat pull down machine
  • Cybex torso rotation machine
  • Free standing leg press
  • Hyperextension machine
  • Smith machine
  • Squat rack

Strength Training Equipment

  • 8 Station Universal Gym including:
    • Abdominal board
    • Bench press
    • Chin-up station
    • Dip station
    • Hip flexor station
    • Lateral station
    • Leg press
    • Military press

Fitness Room Hours

Days Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Schedule Changes:

October 9 - Closed
November 10 - Closed
November 23-24 - Closed
December 25 - Closed
January 1 - Closed

Membership Guidelines and Rules


  • Members must be at least 15 years old.
  • Membership cards must be scanned before each use.


  • Foul, inappropriate language and/or horseplay is not allowed.
  •  Chalk is not permitted.
  • Weights must be put away after use.  Equipment must be used properly and all damage must be reported immediately to the Park and Recreation office.
  • Failure to abide by these rules may result in suspension.
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