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About Us


To create a fun, friendly, and healthy experience for our entire community.

Core Values

We strive to deliver a consistent high-quality experience from start to finish. Our people and practices reflect a club-wide commitment to safety, cleanliness, and reliability.

We work towards a common goal to continuously improve the member experience and foster team member engagement.

Forward Thinking
We have a proactive mindset and listen to the needs and interests of our community. We continuously improve Liberty's facilities, equipment, and instruction to remain a leader in our industry.

We're passionate about what we do! The positive energy at Liberty is contagious.

Liberty Athletic Club is a welcoming place to be. We build connections and strengthen relationships to create a feeling of belonging. 

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Check out our guide to learn all about our facilities and the diverse array of equipment, programs and activities, for adults and children.

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Club History

Liberty Athletic Club opened its doors in 1973 as an indoor tennis facility. Since then, a remarkable journey and a lot of hard work have produced the 'one of a kind' athletic club it is today.

Liberty's growth and improvements, over the years, evolved through four major stages. "Those stages," owner Brian Eisner described, "included tennis, exercise, wellness and preventive medicine."

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Looking for the perfect gift?

Always in style, Liberty Athletic Club gift cards are the perfect gift.

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Guest Passes

To insure the availability of Liberty Athletic Club's facilities for its members, all non-members, regardless of age are required to pay a guest fee. Both member and guest must register at the Front Desk. If you are unable to be present with your guest(s), please contact the front desk in advance of their arrival. Members are responsible for their guests while they are in the Club, including any charges the guest might make to their account. Liberty reserves the right to limit the number of guests a membership may bring at any one time to five (5). Guests are not allowed at the outdoor facility on Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day.

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