Facility Admission Fees & Pass Prices

As The City prepares to welcome guests back to recreation facilities, admission prices have been temporarily reduced. This fee reduction reflects the reduced service and program offering as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.
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Effective immediately, prices are as follows:

 Adult (18+)Senior (65+)Youth (13-17)Child (3-12)Infant (0-2)
Activity Admission $5.40 $4.90 $3.85 $2.75 Free
Activity Reservation Pass $27.00 $24.50 $19.30 $14.20 Free

Please note: Activity reservation passes will be available mid-July. At this time, activity fees are per activity.

Activities, programs and services at City recreation facilities have been modified in line with the provincial Relaunch Strategy guidelines and public health orders. Some of the changes users can expect include:

  • Reservation or pre-booking is required for all activities, including those that were previously on a drop-in basis. This includes outdoor fitness classes, lane and public swimming, use of the track and fitness areas and use of the fieldhouse/gymnasium. To reserve an activity, visit Look n Book.
  • Capacity limits on spaces and activities.
  • Participants should arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to their reservation and leave as soon as their activity reservation is over.
  • Reduced hours of operation.
  • Access to lockers will be free in the interim. However, there will be limited availability of lockers and change rooms. Participants are asked to come dressed for their activity and bring only the essentials. Participants are also encouraged to shower at home after their activity. 
  • Program participants may be asked to bring their own equipment, and fitness facility users will find access to equipment has been reduced.
  • A number of amenities will not initially operate during Stage 2, including hot tubs, steam rooms, saunas, childminding, drop-in skating and climbing. In addition, spectator areas will remain closed with caregivers only dropping off and picking up participants.

Reduced program fees will be in place for the foreseeable future as service and program offerings continue to be restricted.

Admission Categories and Definitions

The City of Red Deer's Recreation, Parks and Culture department uses a set of category types to defined our admission and pass fees.

CategoryDefinition
Adult (18+) 18 years and older, but under the age of 65 years.
Senior (65+) 65 years of age and older.
Student (18+) A person who is attending a post secondary educational institution. Valid ID from the post secondary institution must be provided.
Youth (13-17) 13 years of age, but less than 18 years.
Child (3-12) 3 years of age, but less than 13 years.
Infant (0-2) A person who has not yet had their 3rd birthday
Family Consists of up to two adults and his/her/their children/youth, living in the same residence. Proof of legal guardianship and residency may be required.
Fee Assistance Program

The Fee Assistance Program offers financial support to people who are currently facing some financial challenges and want to use City-operated recreation facilities or take part in City offered Recreation, Parks or Culture programs or activities.

Waiver for Support Persons' Admission and Fees

If you are a support person providing one-on-one assistance to a person with special needs visiting one of our facilities or attending a registered program, then your admission or fee is free. Any program material costs are required to be paid.