Know before you go: indoor fitness tracks

Non-medical masks required

As part of Strathcona County’s efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, non-medical masks (face coverings) will be required for people (10 years of age and older) entering all County-owned buildings (including recreation centres) and transit, effective August 4, 2020.

Updates and notices

To visit a recreation centre, you must have a pre-booked activity time slot, group booking, or program registration. Learn more including new procedures in place and what to expect when you arrive.

To visit a recreation centre you must pre-book and prepay for your activity time slot. To book your activity time slot, you must have a Recreation Online account or call 780-467-2211.

Use of the indoor fitness track is included in the Wellness centre activity booking.

Activity time slots and pricing options

    • Pre-book and pre-pay for your activity time slot with Recreation Online or by calling the recreation centre you wish to visit.
       
    • Time slots range from 60 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the activity.
       
    • You can cancel your activity time slot before it begins and receive a credit on your account by calling the recreation centre.
       
    • You can only visit the area you have registered for (ex. if you booked for the wellness centre, you can not visit the gymnasium).
       
    • Each individual attending the facility with you must have a pre-booked time slot as well. 
       
    • You can come to the facility at any time during your time slot, but you must leave at the end of it, regardless of what time you arrived. (Ex. If you book 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. you must leave by 10:30 a.m. even if you arrive at 9:45 a.m.)
       
    • After each time slot, staff will sanitize equipment and clean the area for the next group. 
       
    • Use of the gymnasium, indoor fields, or dry surface spaces is not included in activity time slots. These spaces must be booked by calling 780-416-7252 or by emailing mpbooking@strathcona.ca
  • You can purchase an single activity time slot, buy a package of 10, or get a one month pass. All passes are non-transferrable.

    Single visits

    • Tots under 2 - Free
    • Child (2-12 years) – $4.00
    • Youth (13-17 years) – $5.50
    • Adult (18-64 years) – $$7
    • Senior (65+ years) – $5.50
    • Free for children under 2 years old

    10-visit packages

    10-visit activity time slot packages can be purchased with a 10% discount. This package can only be used for the ​facility and activity it was purchased for and is available at RecOnline.strathcona.ca. For additional packages for family members, please call a recreation centre starting July 15.

    • Tots under 2 - Free
    • Child (2-12 years) – $36.00
    • Youth (13-17 years) – $49.50
    • Adult (18-64 years) – $63.00
    • Senior (65+ years) – $49.50
    • Free for children under 2 years old

    One month pass – now available

    An interim one-month pass (valid for 30-days) will be offered at the Millennium Card price. This is a simplified version of the card that does not include the additional family pricing when added to an adult/senior membership.

    • Tots under 2 - Free
    • Child (2-12 years) – $23.25
    • Youth (13-17 years) – $39.25
    • Adult (18-64 years) – $49.00
    • Senior (65+ years) – $39.25

    To purchase this pass, please phone:

    • Millennium Place at 780-416-3300
    • Glen Allan Recreation Complex at 780-467-4404
    • Ardrossan Recreation Complex at 780-400-2084

    You will be asked to provide credit card information to make your purchase. This pass is valid at any recreation facility. Once purchased, this pass can be used when making your online timed activity booking using RecOnline.strathcona.ca

    Millennium Cards - on hold

    To support the changes in service levels, Millennium Cards that were put on hold until September 15 will continue to remain on hold with no payments being taken until further notice.

Questions?
780-467-2211
recreation@strathcona.ca

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Last updated: Friday, August 14, 2020
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