Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex

Adjusted Hours of Operation - Sports & Learning Complex

Commanders Field Event – Friday July 26 
Facility Hours   6am – 1pm
Competition Pool – 6am – 12pm
Leisure Pool – 6am – 12pm


Commanders Field Event – Saturday July 27 
Facility Hours   9am – 1pm
Competition Pool – 9am – 12pm
Leisure Pool – CLOSED


Annual Building Maintenance
Facility Closure
Monday, August 26, 2024 – Monday September 2, 2024
Reopening at 6am – Tuesday September 3

Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex

8001 Sheriff Road
Landover, MD 20785

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  • Multi-Purpose Fields

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  • Track & Field


  • Multi-Purpose Fields


Field House

Highlighting the Field House at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex is the 200-meter, Mondo SuperX Performance, 6-lane, indoor track. The facility sponsors a number of All-Comers meets throughout the year. One of the few indoor track and field venues in the region, the Field House boasts the highest quality space and equipment for all indoor track and field events.


The Field House is designed to make track meets and practices easy to manage, participate in, and watch. Sprint lanes on both sides of the track allow simultaneous sprint races, and the excellent track surface is the best available for races of any distance. The full-service scoreboard quickly displays the results of the runner’s place, time, and team score. An indoor throwing cage gives participants a chance to refine their techniques, and multiple areas for high jump, long jump, and pole vault allow field events to run quickly. Spectator seating for 3,000 gives an unobstructed view of the entire venue. The open, indoor area of the 75,000-square-foot Field House lends itself to non-track events. Overhead netting can be dropped down to partition off the infield from the track. The Field House is also a great space for exhibits and trade shows.

Programs & Services

Local teams and clubs are invited to contact staff at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex to set up regular practices and meets at the Field House. The facility is ideal for competition at all levels and competitors of all ages of competition, from youth meets to Olympic-level events. Providing meet officials is the responsibility of the team’s club or meet managers. Upcoming programs are planned to help youth participants improve their skills in different track and field events. The Field House regularly hosts beginner and intermediate track classes that promote skill development. Youth track camps are offered throughout the summer. The Field House is a great location for other events including grappling, cheerleading and ROTC/drill competitions.

Community Usage

The field house track and the outdoor track are available for scheduled community use. Personal Training is strictly prohibited.

A notice to our patrons:

The Field House and Outdoor Stadium usage availability will be limited starting Saturday June 17. Due to Summer Programming. Please reference the community usage calendars and note the schedule is subject to change accordingly

Schedules are subject to change.

Track Records

The indoor track is a Mondo Super X Performance Surface which is home to the National High School Girls 400 meter record.

Indoor Track Meets

Check back November 2024 for update and schedules. We hope to see you next indoor season.


Aquatic Center

2024 Summer Operating Schedule through August 2024

  • Monday – Friday: 6 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: 9 am-5 pm
  • Sunday: 12 noon – 5 pm

We want to remind our valued patrons that planning is underway to implement a long-term major capital improvement project for the competition pool at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex. As we move forward with the next stages of planning for this major project, the pool may be closed intermittently to address operational issues as they arise. Additionally, individuals can register for  PGParks Alerts to receive updates on their mobile devices.

General Hours of Operation

2024 Summer Operating Schedule through August 2024

  • Monday – Friday: 6 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: 9 am-5 pm
  • Sunday: 12 noon – 5 pm

The Competition Pool

Our 50-meter indoor pool can hold multiple events simultaneously. Our lap lanes are open for community members, and a host of water fitness classes and events, including swim practice for the local USA Swimming and high school teams. The pool is equipped to hold national and international swim meets with complete setups for touchpads and electronic timing systems. With seats for almost 1,000 spectators, this Aquatic Center is one of the largest in the region.

2024 Summer Operating Schedule through August 2024

  • Monday – Friday: 6 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: 9 am-5 pm
  • Sunday: 12 noon – 5 pm

Rentals and the availability of the deep end of the pool will be limited and vary. For more information regarding the competition pool operations and availability, please contact the Aquatics management team at 301-583-2573 or 301-583-2572.

Competition Pool Re-Opening FAQ

 1. What assessment was conducted on the pool? Structural engineers assessed the conditions of the competition pool’s east (deep end) wall for structural adequacy. 

2. What type of equipment was installed; Water displacement/stability sensors were installed on the deep end. What will the equipment do? The new equipment will continuously provide readings and monitor the condition of the deep end of the pool area as well as any movement of the pool wall.

3. Hours of Operation and availability? 

Monday: 6 am – 8 pm

Tuesday: 6 am – 12 pm, 4 pm – 8 pm

Wednesday: 6 am – 8 pm

Thursday: 6 am – 12 pm, 4 pm – 8 pm

Friday: 6 am – 8 pm

Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm

Sunday: 12 pm – 5 pm

Rentals and the availability of the deep end of the pool will be limited and vary. For more info regarding the competition pool operations and availability please contact the Aquatics management team at (301) 583-2573 or (301) 583-2572.

4. When will hours return to normal? The Aquatics venue has returned to normal Winter/Spring hours of operation (Effective Wednesday February 14th)

5. When will the pool close again? There may be intermittent closures of the pool to address operational issues as they arise. For more information, regarding the competition pool operations and availability please contact the Aquatics management team at (301) 583-2573 or (301) 583-2572.

The Leisure Pool

When the focus is on fun, the indoor leisure pool is the place to relax. Water effects and tumble buckets take center stage.

Swimmers can float along the Lazy River with its constant current, slide down the meandering water slide, or kick back in the 18-person spa and let the warm jets of water, with temperatures ranging from 102 to 104 degrees, ease away aches and pains. Kept at a constant 84 to 86 degrees, the leisure pool is also available for aqua arthritis classes. Both the competition pool and leisure pool are wheelchair accessible.

To prevent pool contamination, babies and children who are not potty-trained must wear plastic diaper panties over swim diapers. Those without plastic diaper panties over swim diapers, will not be able to get in the pool.

Hours of Operation

  • Monday – Thursday: 6 am – 5 pm
  • Friday: 6 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: 12 noon – 5 pm through Saturday July 27
  • Sunday: 12 noon – 5 pm

Pool Summer Holiday Schedule

Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex Indoor Pools

Facility CLOSED for annual building maintenance.  Reopens Tuesday September 3 at 6 am

Support Areas

Classrooms adjacent to the pool are great for aquatics classes that include instruction both in and out of the water. Men’s and women’s locker rooms feature showers, family changing areas, and coin-operated lockers.


Staff guarding both the competition pool and leisure pool are certified by the American Red Cross.


Don’t like mandatory contract requirements? Neither do we. You have the option to pay a daily drop-in rate or purchase a membership. For more details, please call the Activities Desk at 301-583-2500.

Classification & Codes

Age Classifications

  • Adult: 18 – 59
  • Senior: 60+
  • Youth (3 – 17): Youth must have a PARKS DIRECT account to access the Aquatic Center or be accompanied by a paying adult. 
  • Ages 12 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.


  • IA: Impact Area Residents – See staff at the front desk for details about impact area boundaries
  • R: Residents – Residents of Prince George’s County and Montgomery County only
  • NR: Non-Residents – Residents living anywhere except Prince George’s County or Montgomery County

Monthly Membership Rates

Please Note: The Family pass and the Family+ passes are meant to be used together. All families are not the same. In recognition of this, we are offering the Family+ pass add-ons to allow you to tailor your Family pass to fit your household. The Family+ passes cannot be purchased as a stand-alone pass. Family+ passes can only be purchased with a Family pass of the same duration. To purchase this pass, all family members included on the Family pass and the Family+ pass must live in the same household and be included on the same household ParksDirect account.

Monthly Membership Combo Rates

*Impact Area fees are applicable for residents living within the impact area for the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex. This fee is not applicable for membership passes sold to residents living outside of this area.

Daily Rates

Daily Rates

Classification: Adult
IA: $5
R: $6
NR: $8

Classification: Youth/Senior
IA: $4
R: $5
NR: $7

*Youth ages 12 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

The Fitness Center at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex offers a wide variety of health and fitness services.

It boasts a 20,000-square-foot venue with separate areas for free weights, strength training, cardiovascular equipment, group exercise, and Spinning®, as well as a 160-yard jogging track.

The facility and the exercise programs at the Fitness Center have been designed to provide the optimal level of exercise and enjoyment without compromising the health or safety of customers.

Our goal is to provide a safe workout environment and opportunities for people to make educated lifestyle decisions about improving their overall health and quality of life.

General Information

  • Participants may purchase a membership or pay a daily, drop-in rate.
  • The Fitness Center has a no jeans policy; shirts and athletic footwear must be worn at all times.
  • Children ages 12 & under are not permitted to use the Fitness Center.
  • Youth ages 13-15 must be accompanied by a paying adult when using the Fitness Center. The maximum ratio of adults to youth is 1:2.
  • Young adults ages 16-17 must have a guardian accompany them on their first visit to the Fitness Center.
  • Monday – Friday: 6 am-9 pm
  • Saturday: 9 am – 6 pm
  • Sunday:  12 noon – 6 pm

Senior Days

Prince George’s County seniors (ages 60 & up) are allowed access to both the Fitness Center and the Aquatic Center for FREE during Senior Day hours. Seniors must check in at the Fitness Center or Aquatic Center by 12 noon.

Hours of Operation

Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 8am-12pm

Weight Training

Exercising with top-of-the-line equipment will help you get the best workout possible. With more than 80 pieces of Cybex and Hammer Strength equipment, there’s less time spent waiting around and more time spent pumping iron.

Cardiovascular Area

Plug into the wireless entertainment system and let your mind take a vacation while your body reaps the benefits of cardiovascular training. Choose from elliptical trainers, rowing machines, steppers, treadmills, cycles and more! With more than 70 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, there is something for individuals of all fitness levels.

Exercise Orientation/Intro to Fitness Equipment

Each Fitness Center customer may participate in an exercise orientation. You will be taught the proper and preferred use of weight training and cardiovascular equipment to ensure an understanding of basic exercise guidelines. All interested participants must call the Fitness Center front desk at 301-583-2550 to schedule an appointment.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 6 am – 9 pm

Sat: 9am-6pm

Sun: 12pm-6pm

Fees & Membership

Don’t like mandatory contract requirements? Neither do we. You have the option to pay a daily drop-in rate or purchase 1-month Frequent Visitors Fitness Pass For more details, please call the Activities Desk at (301) 583-2500.

Age Classifications

  • Adult: ages 18-59
  • Senior: ages 60 & better
  • Young Adult (ages 13-17): Young adults must be accompanied by an adult when in the fitness Center

Residential Codes

  • Impact Area Residents – See staff at the front desk for details about impact area boundaries
  • Residents – Residents of Prince George’s County and Montgomery County only
  • Non-Residents – Residents living anywhere except Prince George’s County or Montgomery County

Personal Training

Personal training offers an individualized fitness program designed to help each client reach his/her specific health/fitness goals and objectives. Personal trainers are nationally certified and have a wide range of experience to help you attain your fitness goals. One-on-one training, as well as buddy training (two people, one trainer), and team training (4 to 6 people, one trainer) options are available. We offer personal training packages and monthly specials for your convenience.


  • M: Members
  • NM: Non-Members

General Information

To receive the member rate (M), you must have a valid membership at the time of purchase. A buddy session features two people working with one trainer at the same time for approximately 1 hour. A team training session includes 4 to 6 people working with one trainer at the same time for approximately 1 hour.

Additional Information

For more information, call the Assistant Fitness Center Manager at (301) 583-2560.

Member Benefits

Fitness Assessments

A key step when beginning an exercise program is determining your fitness level. Our trained fitness staff can assist you by administering a fitness assessment. During the assessment aerobic capacity, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body composition will be measured. Results will enable staff to formulate an effective, personal fitness program for customers.

We offer Deluxe, Basic and Senior Assessments. The Deluxe Assessment includes a computerized Health Risk Appraisal, which will evaluate your current lifestyle and offer suggestions for improvement. The Senior Assessment contains specialized criteria to test the fitness level of those ages 60 to 94.


All assessments are conducted by appointment only. Call staff at (301) 583-2560 for an appointment.

Group Exercise


Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex has two group exercise and spinning studios providing you a variety of popular fitness classes! Getting into shape is more convenient for patrons, as nearly 40 classes are offered weekly. Our classes are open to people of all fitness levels.

Attend a Class

To enter a class, each member must check-in at the Fitness Center front desk to receive a hand stamp. The hand stamp does not guarantee space in the class; it only verifies membership. We observe a ‘walk-in’ welcome policy until classes are full. Please see our complete set of Group Exercise Rules for more information.

Community Classes

The following classes are offered to the general public at an additional cost. For more information, please call the Fitness Center front desk at (301) 583-2525.

Holiday Schedule

Rules & Regulations

The following rules and regulations have been established for the benefit of all users of the Fitness Center at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex to assure the safe operation of the facility. All patrons hereby agree to observe these rules and to obey the instructions of Fitness Center staff. Patrons violating these rules are subject to the revocation of their Fitness Center privileges. Please note it may become necessary to amend or add to these rules and regulations. If this occurs, we will communicate them to you both orally and through signage posted within the Fitness Center.


The following is a list of rules and regulations for usage of the Fitness Center Studios. Rules and regulations may be added at any time to accommodate new and unique situations. Please consult your physician prior to beginning any exercise program or participating in any exercise classes.

  • Appropriate exercise attire is required.
    • Closed-toe athletic shoes and shirts must be worn at all times.
    • No wet suits, rubber suits, denim jeans, jean shorts (cutoffs), dresses or dress clothing are permitted.
    • Unacceptable attire includes, but not limited to: jazz or dance-style shoes, any dress shoes or dress boots.
  • All patrons must obtain either a hand-stamp (required for non-PPC classes) or a PPC pass to obtain entry into any classes. The hand stamp does not guarantee a space in class; it only verifies membership.
  • All patrons must use the lockers that are provided to store their belongings (coats, shirts, bags, etc.). Other belongings are not permitted in the studio, with the exception of a sweat towel and water bottle.
  • Maximum capacity for Studio A is 50 persons including the instructor.
  • Maximum capacity for Studio B is 30 persons including the instructor.
  • Patrons may not reserve class slots for classes or reserve equipment in the studio for others.
  • Do not enter any classes that have a closed sign displayed on the studio door.
  • Due to safety concerns, patrons are encouraged to be on time. Late arrivals (10 minutes after scheduled class start time) will not be permitted. Members should take extra precautions entering late or leaving early.
  • Please do not use equipment in the studio unless directed by a group exercise instructor.
  • No equipment is to be taken from the studio, no exceptions. This includes the moving of equipment from one studio to the other.
  • Patrons may be required to use personal towels to wipe equipment clean after use as a courtesy to others.
  • Please keep all conversations and distractions to a minimum.
  • Only drinks in closed, plastic containers with secure tops are allowed .
  • Eating and chewing gum are prohibited.
  • Patrons must return any equipment used in the class to the proper storage area after each use.
  • Children under 13 are not permitted in the Studios unless under the direct supervision of a paying adult (18 years or older). The ratio of adult to youth remains 1 to 2.
  • Any injury occurring in the Studios must be reported to the Fitness Center Staff and properly documented.
  • Management, Group Exercise Instructors and other Fitness Center Staff reserve the right to dismiss anyone refusing to adhere to the rules of the facility.

Additional Information

For a complete set of Fitness Center rules, please see a Fitness Center Staff person.

Gymnastics Center

Gymnastics Center

From tots learning the basics of rolling, balancing, and swinging, to elite athletes performing perfect 10s, the Gymnastics Center at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex has the space, equipment, and staff for all gymnastics enthusiasts.

Safety First

Safety First

The venue’s design makes the sport of gymnastics safe and fun. The unique pit system allows a safe landing for beginners; a resi-pit and loose foam pit help take the fear out of falling.

The special, child-sized equipment for ages 18 & under to 4 years old is low to the ground and has slightly different proportions in order to provide even the smallest individual a great leap into this popular sport.

For more advanced athletes, the AAI brand equipment for men’s and women’s events is top of the line. The two, full exercise floors allow simultaneous events to take place during competitions.

In addition to permanent seating for 1,000 spectators, there are also floor seats, and an unobstructed observation deck, which may be used for videotaping.

Equipment List

The Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex has a complete set of men’s and women’s competition-grade equipment including balance beams, uneven parallel bars, vault tables, rings, pommel horses, high bars, parallel bars, trampolines, and two complete sets of floor exercise equipment.

Our Instructors

All instructors are experienced in competitive and recreational gymnastics. Student-to-teacher ratios are kept low to ensure proper instruction and safety.

Contact Us

For more information about this Gymnastics Center, please call staff at (301) 583-2580; TTY (301) 699-2544.

Contact venue managers by calling (301) 583-2400 for more information on specific venues.

Home School Information

Programs Offered

We offer a variety of structured physical education curriculums for institutions such as homeschool groups/networks and private schools. These programs are offered to children ages 5 to 17 who are part of a homeschool group/network or private school group. Our physical education curriculum has been developed to specifically meet the needs of various institutions. Children will be given 1-hour lessons once a week for six weeks (sessions may be extended). The cost for each program will be determined by venue manager and number of participants enrolled. All payments are due prior to the first class. Classes will be offered in the Gymnastics and Field House.

For individuals wishing to take a homeschool class, we offer a class on Tuesdays from 1 to 2 pm for children ages 4 to 17. Please see the Guide to Parks and Recreation Classes, Programs and Events for session information and fees.

Field Trips to Gymnastics Center and Field House at PGSLC

The Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex is a great site for field trips offered by schools and other organizations. Children will have the opportunity to participate in activities for one hour. Please call or email for specific days, times, and fees. Our programs for field trip participants are designed to introduce children ages 4 to 17 to activities in a safe, fun environment.

Additional Information

For more information, please email

Learning Center

Learning Center

This venue has three classrooms with state-of-the-art technology and Internet-ready access. Technology-based programs for people of all ages and skill levels are offered in the Learning Center, which also has several multi-use rooms suitable for lectures, seminars, and traditional classroom learning.

The Learning Center is open to community groups, schools, libraries, and colleges to host programs and classes. Learning Gallery displays feature artwork by local artists. Additionally, Town Hall hosts several art displays throughout the year.

For more information about the Learning Center, please call 301-583-2400; Maryland Relay 7-1-1 for customers who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have a speech disability.


The Learning Center offers terrific educational opportunities for people of all ages.

Some of the classes frequently offered include the following:

  • Algebra Workshop
  • Academic Enrichment: Children & Mixed Ages, and STEAM
  • Chess
  • Computer Animation
  • Knitting: Mixed Ages, Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced
  • Investment Club
  • Math Skills: Children & Mixed Ages
  • Money Management: Mixed Ages
  • Money Management & Investing
  • MS Office: Excel
  • MS Office: PowerPoint
  • MS Office: Publisher
  • MS Office: Word
  • Reading Skills: Children
  • Robotics Workshop: Lego, Mixed Ages
  • Sewing: Mixed Ages, Beginner
  • Sign Language: Adults & Mixed Ages
Outdoor Stadium

Outdoor Stadium

The Marvin F. Wilson Stadium is a virtual gold mine for sports achievement. It has the capability to host extraordinary track and field meets along with football stadiummulti-sport competitions with the installation of the new FieldTurf field. The stadium is equipped with a press box and filming area, announcement system, lighting, has seating for 5,500 spectators and an outdoor support building which includes two (2) team rooms, restrooms (handicap accessible) and a concession area.

Track & Field – The 400-meter, 8-lane poured rubber surface provides an excellent backdrop for records to fall.

Multi-Sport Field – The FieldTurf field provides a safe and high performance surface, perfect for hosting sports activities. The multi-purpose field will serve semi-professional, high school and flag football games, lacrosse and soccer competitions. The field will be marked with a 100 yd. standard football field, a 110 x 60 yd. soccer and lacrosse field and a 70 x 30 yd. flag football.

Festival/Game Fields

These multi-purpose fields provide a great location for corporate gatherings, family reunions and community festivals. The 60,000 sq. ft. area provides plenty of space for activity.

Lactation pod

Mamava Pod

The Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex currently has a private lactation pod for mothers called Mamava at their facility.

For more information on using the pod, visit the Mamava website.