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The Art and Val Fleming Commons is an entrance located on Brock’s south side. It is the main outside entrance used to access the Walker Complex and South Block.
Located in the Walker Complex, Walker Food Court features a wide variety of fresh food, including creative market-style food court offerings such as Teriyaki Experience, Main Street Deli, Tim Hortons, freshly baked pizza, home made soups, fresh fruit and convenience items.
Located within the Walker Complex, The Zone Fitness Centre includes over 50 pieces of cardio equipment and strength training equipment. Membership is open to students, faculty and staff, alumni and community members.
Located within the Walker Complex, the Leo LeBlanc Rowing Centre is the training facility for the Badgers varsity Rowing teams and the St. Catharines Rowing Club. A weight-training facility is available to members with a Rowing Centre membership upgrade.
Located on the main level of the Walker Complex, the Ian D. Beddis Gymasium accommodates multiple recreational activities at one time, hosts intramural sports, exams, and Convocation.
Located on the lower level of the Walker Complex, the Bob Davis Gymnasium is home to the Badger Basketball and Volleyball teams, and is where Convocation and many exams are held.
There are three Tim Hortons locations on campus. Brock’s Tim Hortons locations feature freshly brewed coffee, iced cappuccinos, flavoured teas, donuts, muffins, tea biscuits, cold beverages, yogurt parfaits and more.
Gym 2 is a multipurpose gymnasium. It has numerous educational gymnastic tools and is the main facility for our PEKN Children’s Movement Program. It also houses intramurals and various recreational programs.
The Walker Complex is the hub of Brock’s athletics and recreation activity. It contains the Ian D. Beddis and Bob Davis gymnasiums, an indoor track, The Zone fitness centre, the Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre, the Leo LeBlanc Rowing Centre and a food court. Named after a family of local philanthropists, the Walker Complex was built in 1973. Its most recent addition was in 2002.