Recreation & Parks
Winter is a great time to focus on your health and embrace everything St. Albert has to offer to stay active. The City has many exciting recreation and fitness programs, and activities that you can enjoy indoors in the recreation facilities and outdoors in the parks and trails.
You check out the 2018/2019 Winter Recreation & fitness guide now. Below is just a sample of all that the City has to offer.
WHAT CAN I DO TODAY?
Break free from your winter hibernation, brave the cold and enjoy some of the many outdoor and indoor fitness and recreation options today!
REgister online for swimming, fitness and recreation programs
We're here for your health. Our fitness and recreation registered programs and drop-in schedules are all online for you to check out. Find the right fit for you and register online today!
Getting active and improving your fitness is important, as are the social benefits of joining and meeting new friends along the way.
St. Albert has many fitness and recreation options are at no cost, like the walking trails, or low cost like daily admission drop-in classes. There’s even a Swiss Chalet Seniors’ Day at Servus Place!
PARKS AND TRAILS
The City of St. Albert has over 95 km of trails, 112 parks, 77 playgrounds, and 1,370 acres of designated parkland that are maintained and developed regularly, so residents and visitors can enjoy time in nature all year round.
The trail system along the river is cleared throughout the winter, so access to nature and outdoor fun is just as easy in the winter as it is in the summer.
Winter weather can look deceiving from inside so remember to dress based on the activity you’re going to do and for the temperature, even if it looks warmer out!
Take a look at all the ice safety tips to keep your winter fun safe and warm!
Our staff are exceptional in their roles. They are great leaders and truly enjoy interacting with people, especially the little ones. Read more about Amanda, Heather and Kelly.
|Amanda is an Exercise and Wellness Specialist at Servus Place and teaches a variety of water-based classes, strength and cardio classes.|
|“Life can be difficult, and it is important to be caring, kind and compassionate,” says Heather Kennedy, fitness and special needs aquatics instructor.|
|Let Kelly help your children learn fundamental movements skills by playing and being active.|
Recreation Master Plan
This St. Albert Recreation Master Plan provides a road map that leads the City into the future. It includes and involves the entire community, with the City leading some initiatives, collaborating with others, and sometimes supporting the initiatives that community groups deliver.
Last edited: December 12, 2018