Students are more than content with the quality of the facilities at West Point. According to the majority of the cadets, West Point is trying to do everything it can to ensure that its facilities are as up-to date as possible so that it can continue to attract top athletes and students. As with any college campus, some students will complain about crowds, no matter how many facilities there are available. But with so many physically active students in one place, it would be hard for places like the weight room not to get crowded.
The only other gripe that students have with the facilities is that they all seem to enforce some positive impact on your overall moral, physical, academic, or military development. For example, you would never find a game room or a place where cadets could just go to have fun. This can get annoying when all you want to do is lounge around and watch TV. But sometimes it's nice to have so many people constantly working to better themselves. Some students complain about not having a "real college experience," but that's not what West Point is all about. (When students apply to this school, they should know what they're in for.) At any rate, whatever you're into, there's a good chance that West Point provides it. And, if the Academy doesn't have it yet, you can always make your own club.