Rutgers University-New Brunswick Walking and Running Maps
Discover the beauty of each campus at Rutgers–University New Brunswick with these running and walking maps. They are marked for one-mile, two-mile, and a 5k loops.
Busch campus is also home to some notable landmarks such as SHI Stadium, The Rutgers Golf Course, The Sport Club Field, University Park, The Rutgers Visitor Center, Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Werblin Recreation and several academic buildings that focus on science and engineering.
College Avenue Campus
College Avenue Campus, the oldest campus of Rutgers University– New Brunswick, was initially known as Old Queens. It is also home to The College Avenue Gym, The Honors College, The Yard, Voorhees Mall, Zimmerli Art Museum, and many more. The Rutgers Big Chill 5k starts at The College Avenue Gym and has been a 20-year tradition at Rutgers University. The location behind College Avenue Gym was also where the first college football game was played with Princeton University.
The Cook-Douglass Campus is home to the Cook-Douglass Recreation Center and is one of the more scenic campuses at Rutgers University. It is home of the famous Passion Puddle, and within this area is an eclectic mix of farms within an urban setting. The renowned Mason Gross School of the Arts is located here and boasts and impressive list of notable alums.
Livingston Campus is home to Jersey Mike’s Arena (formerly known as the RAC), the Livingston Recreation Center, Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Cinema, The Rutgers Ecological Preserve, the Rutgers Club, and The Plaza at Livingston.