Rotary Recreation Park

Rotary Recreation Park, located in downtown Red Deer, is a hub for all things recreation, sport, and culture in Red Deer. The park is one-of-a-kind in the community, and it offers activities for people of all ages.
REC - Rotaty Recreation Park Sign

Location

Rotary Recreation Park can be accessed from 47A Avenue (map).

Please note the parking lot is being reconstructed from May to July 2017. Visitors are asked to park at the gravel lot near the tennis courts, at the public lot (P7) near the Blue Grass Sod Farm Central Spray and Play or at the Sorensen Station Parkade. Accessible only parking will be provided near the Recreation Centre, Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery and Golden Circle throughout construction. More information. 

The Site Amenities

No matter where you turn in Rotary Recreation Park, you’ll find an activity to enjoy. The park has a wealth of opportunities and facilities that are operated by a variety of community organizations. Please see the contact information below for the individual park features.

Recreation Centre 403-309-8428
Recreation Centre Picnic Site Picnic Shelters online booking
Children's Playground 403-309-8428
Blue Grass Sod Farm Central Spray and Play 403-309-8428
Heritage Square Outdoor Weddings - 403-309-8537
Outdoor Speed Skating Oval 403-309-8411
Horseshoe Pitches 403-309-8411
Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery 403-309-8405
Red Deer Archives 403-309-8403

 Other Partners on Site

 
Golden Circle Senior Resource Centre 403-343-6074
Red Deer Tennis Club 403-346-7567
Norwegian Laft Hus 403-347-2055

As part of our sustainable, long-term planning for outdoor recreation, Rotary Recreation Park wading pool, which has experienced ongoing maintenance issues, will be closed permanently.

News & Notices

Open call for musicians, storytellers...

November 15, 2018

The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musical acts, performers and storytellers to provide entertainment in City Hall Park and other downtown locations during the 2019 Canada Winter Games, February 15 to March 2, 2019.

City Council hears from public on...

November 13, 2018

City Council heard from approximately 29 citizens at a public hearing about a land use bylaw amendment for a proposed future supervised consumption services site at 5233 54 Avenue, near the existing Safe Harbour site.

City and CUPE, Local 417 reach agreement

November 13, 2018

City Council ratified a new three-year collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 417, at its November 13, 2018 meeting.