Red Deer is the host of the 2019 Canada Winter Games from February 15 to March 3. Many City recreation facilities will be hosting competitions. Find out how this will impact recreation programs, public use and access.x
This multi-use activity centre located in south Red Deer, sports 23,226 square meters of fun. Scream down the water slide, scale the climbing wall, take a workout class, or walk on the track with onsite child-minding.
This multi-use activity centre located in north Red Deer, offers fun for the entire family. Make a splash in our water park or experience what our arena, gymnasium, and exercise centre have to offer with onsite child-minding.
Located downtown, this facility has both an outdoor and indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam room, and fitness areas. There is also a privately operated arts and crafts space open to the public.
The Michener Aquatic Centre has a six-lane 25 metre indoor pool, therapy and play pool, separate dive tank with two diving boards (one metre and three metre), sauna, and a dryland workout area.
Construction for the new Servus Arena is underway and is expected to be complete in 2018.
This is the only indoor twin arena in Red Deer. The facility can be booked year-round for seasonal ice and dry-space use, meetings, team wind-ups, birthday parties, and other group gatherings.
This NHL size arena is located directly behind the Servus Arena. The facility can be booked year-round for seasonal ice and dry-space use, meetings, team wind-ups, birthday parties, and other group gatherings.
Get active with us, Red Deer! Check out our drop in schedules to find out when and where you can lace up your runners or skates, or suit up to swim or play your favourite sport.
Day admission or a pass card include all scheduled public use and drop in activities. Stay and play all day! Coming and going throughout the same day is subject to facility capacity.