Located on the main campus in Montreat, McAlister Gymnasium is home to men's and women's basketball and volleyball. After an extreme makeover in the summer of 2008 where new bleachers, wall padding, and state-of-the-art scoreboard a new floor was installed the gym floor was repainted in the summer of 2013 with the new athletic logo. McAlister Gymnasium houses the athletic administration offices in addition to offices for men's and women's basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's track & field and women's soccer. McAlister Gymnasium has served as home to both the men's and women's Tennessee Virginia Athletic Conference basketball champions in 1999-00, women's basketball TVAC regular season and tournament champions in 2001-02 and Appalachian Athletic Conference Volleyball Champions in 2011 and 2012.
Howard Fisher Memorial Field
Located on the college's Black Mountain Campus, Howard Fisher Memorial Field serves as home to men's and women's soccer and is the future home to men's and women's lacrosse. Named officially, Howard Fisher Memorial Field, Oct. 10, 2011 after the giant 6-foot-7 Kingston, Jamaica, native who worked between the pipes for the Cavaliers men's soccer program ('06-09) but was taken abruptly due to a rare blood disease that cut short the favorite Cav's life shortly after his senior season in 2009. Fisher a four-time all-conference selection led the Cavaliers to their first "modern day" NAIA National Coaches Pool ranking of No. 24 ('07) and to a program-high No. 11 in the nation in his final season ('09). Howard Fisher has been the host to the 2011 Men's Soccer Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament Championship and 2013 Women's Soccer Appalachian Athletic Conference Regular Season and Tournament Championship squads at Montreat College.
Located is also located on the main campus of Montreat College, Newell Field is the home to baseball. Newell Field previously served as the home for men's soccer prior to the development of Howard Fisher Memorial Field has been home to five Appalachian Athletic Conference championships, 1996, 1997, 1998 along with the 2000 Regular Season and Tournament titles.
Roxy Hines Memorial Softball Field
Located on the college's Black Mountain campus, Roxy Hines Memorial Field is the home to softball. While playing at Roxy Hines Memorial Field the Cavaliers won the 2000 Appalachian Athletic Conference regular season and the 2001 AAC Regular Season and Tournament champions who went onto win the NAIA Regional Championship to advance to the NAIA National Tournament.
Black Mountain Golf Course
Home to the men's and women's golf teams, Black Mountain Golf Course is a beautifully maintained 18 hole municipal golf course located in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Black Mountain plays to 6215 yards, and offers challenging approach shots and greens. The course was opened in 1929 as a 9 hole course designed by Donald Ross and was turned into an 18 hole course when the back side was opened in 1962.
Cross Country Course
Located on the college's Black Mountain campus, the picturesque course begins across Howard Fisher Memorial field and winds through the 72-acre property, passing the Manor House, a 24,400-square-foot home built in 1920 and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally the summer home of electrical industrialist F. S. Terry, the Manor House now houses classrooms, a computer lab, outdoor education offices and men's soccer and men's and women's lacrosse offices.