Collicutt Centre

The Collicutt is a leisure and wellness centre in Red Deer with 23,226 square meters (250,000 square feet) of fun; there's something for everyone. Come and take a dip in our pool, scream down our water slides, scale our climbing wall, play badminton in our field house or practice your golf swing.

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Hours of Operation

Access to this facility is available by reservations or rentals only at this time. Click here for more information.

Main Contact Information

3031 - 30 Avenue, Red Deer, AB (map)

Main Phone Line: 403-358-PLAY (7529)
Email: collicuttcentre@reddeer.ca

Collicutt Reception desk

Facility Admission and Passes

One low fee will give you access to the Collicutt Centre's amazing facilities and programs. You can pay per visit, or save money with a membership.

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Activity Reservations

We are excited to welcome you back to our facilities. Activity-specific guidelines are in place to ensure the safety of all users and staff. Drop-in activities are not available and all activities must be pre-booked.

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Facility Bookings

Have an upcoming event? Book our fitness facilities, meeting rooms, or multi-purpose rooms.

My Activity Guide

My Activity Guide

My Activity Guide is a web tool that allows you to build a customized Activity Guide that can be bookmarked, saved and printed.

News & Notices

Mayor Veer addresses COVID-19

April 20, 2021

“The rising number of cases of COVID-19 in our community and in our province is affecting us all, and although we are pandemic weary we need to continue to be diligent in ensuring we limit the spread of the virus.

City Administration recommending

April 20, 2021

A new agreement between Westerner Park and The City of Red Deer will be considered by City Council at a Special Meeting on April 22 with the goal to ensure financial and operating stability for Westerner Park

City reviews Federal Government budget

April 19, 2021

This year's Federal Government budget is the first in two years and identifies focus areas of: COVID-19 relief programs, the economy, business resilience, affordable housing and infrastructure funding; however, The City awaits further detail on how much Fe