Facility closures and program cancellations
Recreation facilities remain CLOSED until further notice. Please note that all Strathcona County summer camps and programs have been cancelled.
The format of County summer camps and programs does not meet Alberta Health’s COVID-19 prevention guidelines due to:
- physical distancing requirements
- participant ratios
- access to facilities
Refunds* will be automatically processed starting May 20 for individuals who registered online using their credit card. Individuals who registered in person at a facility or over the phone can call 780-467-2211 to coordinate their refund.
Visit Strathcona County’s COVID-19 page often for updates.
What are the costs to play and which is the most cost effective option?
If you plan to play two times per week, the Millennium Card (which provides access to both Millennium Place and the Ardrossan Recreation Complex) is your best option.
I’m interested in learning to play pickleball or improving my game, do you provide lessons?
You don’t have to have any experience playing pickleball to come to our scheduled drop-in times – the players are great at welcoming new people and teaching them the game. But if you would like some structured lessons, you can contact the Strathcona Pickleball Association for more information at
- Gymnasium section rental at Millennium Place is $34.61/hour* (GST included). Call 780-416-7252 to inquire
- Monday – Thursday hall rental at Ardrossan Recreation Complex when court lines are set-up is: $54.52/hour* (GST included). Call 780-400-2084
Is there a pickleball association in Strathcona County?
Yes, you can contact the Strathcona County Pickleball Association at http://www.scpa.ca
Where can I find outdoor pickleball courts in Strathcona County?
Outdoor courts are located at Village on the Lake, Clover Bar School, McGhan Park, Sherwood Heights Park, and Ardrossan.
*Prices subject to change, confirm with facility staff before booking.
Millennium Place drop-in pickleball FAQs
1. Why do the number of nets at Millennium Place decrease at 8:45 a.m. from five to three during drop-in pickleball?Permanent link to Why do the number of nets at Millennium Place decrease at 8:45 a.m. from five to three during drop-in pickleball?
Millennium Place offers spontaneous use (where any guest can drop-in and use the facility to play one of our core sports) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the gymnasium. To accommodate all sports and users, half of the gym is required.
Offering spontaneous use in the gymnasium from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. is a service level we have committed to when people purchase their Millennium Card or admission passes.
To maintain this service level, the gymnasium is set up for spontaneous use at 9 a.m. and includes 3 courts for pickleball use (similar to how space is maintained for pickleball during advertised times).
2. Why doesn't the curtain in the gymnasium at Millennium Place stay down for pickleball all of the time?Permanent link to Why doesn't the curtain in the gymnasium at Millennium Place stay down for pickleball all of the time?
To make the best use of space during spontaneous use times, it is important for activities to naturally flow in the open gymnasium. The curtain is down when a space is being used exclusively, or is advertised in our drop-in guide for a specific activity, like drop-in pickleball. Guests must be participating in the advertised or exclusive activity to be in the curtained area.
Where can I go for more information?
For more information or questions, please submit a County Connect case with your feedback, name and contact information for follow up.
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