The Physical Education Activity Program Building is located at the corner of Penberthy Road and John Kimbrough Boulevard, on the Texas A&M campus, across the street from Reed Arena.
The PEAP building has a large open-court area, which can be configured to four full-size basketball courts, six volleyball courts or 12 badminton courts. Other features include areas for gymnastics, archery, fencing, boot camp activities, self-defense, yoga, dance and Pilates.
A lighted walking trail is located behind the building, this running and walking trail is open is open to the public.
Over 25,000 Texas A&M students take classes from PEAP faculty, with thousands of others using the facilities through Texas A&M’s Department of Recreational Sports.
The Department of Health and Kinesiology will continue this partnership with Rec Sports in the new building, and more students are expected to use the building for recreational activities before and after scheduled class times.
The PEAP building replaces physical education programs that were housed in G. Rollie White Coliseum and the Read Building. Both buildings were razed as part of the redevelopment of Kyle Field.