Recreation Facilities

A family walking into the Collicutt Centre

Collicutt Centre

This multi-use activity centre located in south Red Deer sports 23,226 square meters of fun. Scream down the water slides, scale the climbing wall, take in a workout class, or walk on the track with on site child minding.

G.H. Dawe - exterior

G.H. Dawe Community Centre

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 gymnasium, and exercise centre have to offer with on site child minding.

Recreation Centre 2014 - Ghosts Public Art - Feature Image

Recreation Centre

This downtown facility has both an outdoor and indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam room, and fitness areas. Discover a community art gallery and a clay studio operated by the City; home to the Red Deer Pottery Club.

Outside view of the front doors of the Roland Michener Recreation Centre.

Michener Aquatic Centre

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), and sauna.

Photo of the outside of the Servus Arena

Servus Arena

The Servus Arena features an NHL sized rink, room temperature seating, a two lane walking track, meeting space, plenty of team spaces and designated warm up areas.

Photo of the outside of the Kin City Arena

Kinsmen Community Arenas

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.

Great Chief Park in summer and winter split screen

Great Chief Park

Great Chief Park boasts two baseball diamonds, two fastball diamonds, a combined soccer/football field, the Kiwanis Picnic Site, an 8-hole pitch n’ putt, horseshoe pits, and a natural surface speed skating oval.

News & Notices

Traffic disruption on 50 Street

June 11, 2024

A portion of 50 Street from 38 Avenue to 39 Avenue will be closed with no through traffic as crews work to replace water and sewer infrastructure.

Council reviews future of Snow and Ice P

June 10, 2024

After piloting an enhanced snow and ice control program this year, The City will revert to pre-pilot service levels while working to implement changes and improvements where possible, within its existing budget.