Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Fri 11 a.m - 5 p.m., Closed Sat and Sun
Address: 5800 Enrique M. Barrera Parkway (formerly 5800 Old Highway 90 W.)
Phone Number: 210.207.3221
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Si necesita asistencia en español para inscribirse en clases o necesita información sobre nuestros programas llame al 210-207-3047.
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If you're looking for the best fitness deal in town, you need look no farther than the Enrique Barrera Community Center. It features a 4,800 square foot multi-purpose room, a 1,700 square foot aerobic room, and a 1,700 square foot fitness center featuring exercise equipment and a wellness library. Equipment includes four treadmills, three elliptical machines, two multi-station workout areas, one recumbent bike, an adaptive motion trainer, functional training system glide machine, a rower, weightlifting bench and dumbbells ranging from five to 100 pounds. Take a tour and sign up today to Get Active and Get Fit!
Enjoy a wide variety of fitness classes ranging from a basic beginners workout to an intense, advanced workout. Home School F.I.T. is offered free for all home schooled students. For additional fees, you can sign up for Jazzercise, Kenpo Karate, aerobics, yoga, boot camps and Zumba.
Weight Room Fees
|Youth 12 to 17
|| $30 Annually
Adults 18 years and older
$120 Annually or $10 Monthly
|Seniors 60 years and older
November 1st -30th receive free entry into the Enrique Barrera Community Fitness Center when you donate 2 non-perishable items.
Friends and family of former Councilman Enrique Barrera, and the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department celebrated the opening of the Enrique M. Barrera Community Center, 5800 Old Highway 90 West, on March 7, 2008.
The center was part of a larger project in which the former Levi Strauss & Co. sewing plant was converted into office space for Parks and Recreation Department administrative, recreation, maintenance, warehouse and park police academy. The headquarters opened earlier the same year. The request to name the center for the former councilman came from Councilwoman Delicia Herrera. Barrera was appointed to the City Council in 2000 and later won popular election for two terms, serving until 2005. He was an ordained deacon at San Fernando Cathedral. He also served on the Edgewood Independent School District Board of Trustees from 1978 to 1990.
The 22,000 square foot community center features a wellness component with fitness as its focus. It includes a fitness room with cardio equipment and weights, and an aerobics studio where dance classes such as zumba and jazzercise are offered.