Campus Life

Athletic Facilities

Athletic Facilities

List of 10 items.

  • Barnes Field

    This field, named for Richard Storrs Barnes, class of 1866, is located below the Haddick Field House. The field was converted to a multi-purpose turf field in 2014.  It is used by the Field Hockey program for practices and games in the fall. The Football team also uses it for some practices and for all its home games, as it has since 1928.  The baseball diamond, which was relocated in 2002, is at the far edge of the field.
  • Beebe Boathouse

    Named for the founder and first coach of Gunnery crew, Rod Beebe, Beebe Boathouse is located on Lake Waramaug, approximately seven miles from campus.  The facility provides heated, winterized storage for up to ten crew shells, outdoor boat racks for additional equipment and three Jetfloat docks for launching.  Lake Waramaug is also home to The Gunnery’s 6-lane buoyed Founders Day Regatta course, set up by Gunnery coaches and volunteers each May.
  • Football Practice Field/Softball Field

    This field is used for practices by the Football program in the fall and converted for use by the Softball team in the spring.
  • James R. Haddick Field House

    Named after beloved faculty member and coach, James R. Haddick, this building, dating from 1928 and extensively renovated in 2000, is home to locker rooms for boys and girls teams and faces the Barnes Field, with bleachers for home field hockey, football and baseball games.
  • Linen Rink

    Linen rink is home to Gunnery’s ice hockey teams.  There are locker room facilities for the boys’ and girls’ varsity programs and two locker rooms for visiting teams.  The rink is also available during the winter for students, faculty and the Washington community to use for skating, hockey, or broomball.  In the spring season, the space is used for baseball batting cages.
  • Ogden D. Miller Memorial Athletic Center

    The Athletic Center is the central hub for Gunnery’s athletic programs.  There are two gyms, a wrestling room, locker rooms and changing areas for Gunnery programs and for visiting teams.  The Noto Fitness Center, equipped with free weights, weight machines, and cardiovascular equipment that was upgraded in January 2015, allows teams to do additional training and provides open hours for students and faculty use in their free time.  A certified athletic trainer is on staff at The Athletic Center to support students with sports-related injuries and recovery.
  • South Street Fields

    The South Street property is located at 28 South Street, Washington CT. The property is less than a mile from The Gunnery's campus, and consist of two natural grass playing fields that our soccer and lacrosse teams use during the fall and spring athletic seasons.
  • Tennis Courts

    The Gunnery has eight courts for use by students and faculty throughout the year and the tennis teams during the spring season.  There are four DecoTurf hard courts and four Har-tru clay courts, which offer lighting for evening play, as well as a covered viewing platform between the courts.
  • Underhill Memorial Field

    Underhill Memorial Field is used by the Soccer programs in the fall and is the home field for Lacrosse in the spring.
  • Washington Golf Club

    The Washington Golf Club course, two miles from campus, serves as home to our golf team. The team also hosts matches at Stonybrook Golf Course and Fairview Farm Golf Course.

Facilities Rental Inquiry

If you are interested in renting a space or learning more about facility rental please contact Shane Gorman

The Gunnery

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mail address: 99 Green Hill Road, Washington, CT 06793
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Founded in 1850 by abolitionist, educator, and outdoorsman Frederick Gunn, The Gunnery is a coeducational college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12/post-graduate. Dedicated teacher-mentor-coaches challenge students to reach their full potential in a home-like setting where character and citizenship are valued as much as intellect and achievement. Individualized attention and high expectations help young learners develop not only the skills and confidence they will need in college, but also the moral compass and love of learning that will serve them well in life. The school attracts ambitious, academically curious students who will both shine as unique individuals and thrive as contributing members of a deeply connected community. By the time they graduate, Gunnery students have become well rounded, grounded young adults with a sharpened sense of who they are and who they want to become.