Mid America Sports Center

The MidAmerica Sports Center, the region’s premier indoor sports facility. opened in October, 2002. Our beautiful facility features:

● 64,000 square feet

● 9 volleyball courts or 5 full-size basketball courts – or any combination in between.

● All courts surfaced with SportShield™ by Sport Court™, the most advanced playing surface available.

● Team training court equipped with hitting machine and video cameras to make the most of practice time.

● Seating at each court for spectator viewing, with Stadium Court seating up to 1,000.

● Two scoreboards on each court.

● Two video cameras and a sound system at each court.

● 4,000 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center completely equipped with the latest strength, cardiovascular and sport training equipment. Staffed with professional on-site personal trainers to work with individuals, groups or teams.

● Concessions with eating/viewing area.

● Conference rooms for events and team meetings.

 

DIRECTIONS:
From Downtown Louisville 
Take I-64 East to Hurstbourne Parkway. Get in Industrial Park Lane. Cross Hurstbourne, which becomes Bluegrass Parkway. Take the Parkway approximately 1 mile to Watterson Trail. Turn right, and go 1 block, turning right at the top of the hill. Our sign sits high up on the right-hand side of the road.

From Lexington Take I-64 West to Blankenbaker Parkway Exit. Turn left, and follow 1 block to 1st light, which is Bluegrass Parkway. Turn right, and go about 1 mile to the next light, which is Watterson Trail. Turn left, and go 1 block, turning right at the top of the hill.

From I-65 South Take I-264 East to I-64 East, and look for Hurstbourne Parkway Exit. Get in Industrial Park Lane. Cross Hurstbourne, which becomes Bluegrass Parkway. Take the Parkway 2 miles to Watterson Trail. Turn right, and go 1 block, turning right at the top of the hill.

From Gene Snyder Freeway Take I-64 West to Blankenbaker Parkway. Turn left, and follow 1 block to 1st light, which is Bluegrass Parkway. Turn right, and go about 1 mile to the next light, which is Watterson Trail. Turn left, and go 1 block, turning right at the top of the hill.

 

MidAmerica Map